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    The ‘End ALS’ Camaro Project

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Camaro - Sam begins work (on camera)

Seth and his his 13-year-old son, Sam, are working to transform a 1968 Chevy Camaro into the “End ALS Camaro” – a symbol of the fight against ALS: with vision, hard work, and collaboration with a wide variety of talented and resourceful people, an old vehicle can be transformed into a cutting-edge, high performance version of a celebrated classic. Click here for more information!

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ALS Crowd co-founder, friend and ALS patient supporter. Jenny launched the CrowdCare Foundation in 2012 to bring patient involvement into the acceleration of a cure for rare and orphan diseases.
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