Affiliate Summit West 2014 Has Raised $11,851 So Far to Fight Breast Cancer

by Shawn Collins on December 28, 2013

The Race to Affiliate Summit West 2014, a dailymile challenge where Affiliate Summit will donate $1 to benefit the Avon Walk for Breast Cancer in support of Affiliate Marketers Give Back team for each mile cycled, run, swam, or walked through the challenge, is going through 12/31/2013.

Affiliate Summit Against CancerThere are currently 56 folks involved in the challenge, and the top ten competitors have already accumulated 8,896 miles.

Overall, there have been 11,851 miles tallied by all of the participants, so it’s $11,851 raised (so far).

I got bounced from the top 10 (see my dailymile profile) with my 357 miles. I hurt my neck in late November and was sidelined a while.

Here are the top ten affiliate marketing exercisers, as of December 28, 2013.

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dailymile syncs with Garmin devices, Nike+ device and iPhone app, as well as a number of iPhone and Android clients.

You can also manually enter your cycling, swimming, running, and walking efforts.

In order to participate in dailymile activities, you will need to friend me on dailymile and I will invite you to the challenge.

Get more details at Race to Affiliate Summit West 2014.

Affiliate Summit West 2014 is taking place January 12-14, 2014 in Las Vegas.

The participant with the most total miles at the end of the challenge will receive a VIP Pass to Affiliate Summit East 2014. 2nd to 5th place finishers will each receive a Networking Plus Pass to Affiliate Summit East 2014, and 6th to 10th place finishers will each receive a Networking Pass to Affiliate Summit East 2014.

Please note that all information you provide as part of the contest is public and may be used by Affiliate Summit in our marketing efforts for this event.

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