August 10, 2017                                                           

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Vince Lombardi Cancer Foundation Rebrands and Expands Nationally; Partners with Capture Marketing to End Cancer

Milwaukee, WI – The Vince Lombardi Cancer Foundation (VLCF) is thrilled to announce it will be expanding throughout Wisconsin, as well as across the nation, to increase fundraising levels benefiting cancer research and compassionate care. 

“To date, with our amazing supporters, we have raised more than $19 million to fund cutting edge research and compassionate care for those diagnosed with all types of cancer,” stated Paul Soltwedel, President of the Vince Lombardi Cancer Foundation Board of Directors. “However, there is much more work to be done and taking this organization nationwide opens up doors to help even more people fight this battle, until cures are ultimately found.”

The launch of the national expansion also includes new branding for VLCF to more closely embody the spirit and tenacity of the late, great, Vince Lombardi. The National Football League championship Green Bay Packers’ Coach continues to lead and inspire VLCF efforts and through his legacy, people across the country will now have an opportunity to join the cancer ending movement in this great leader’s honor.

In addition, VLCF will be partnering with Capture Marketing, LLC, a marketing firm from Pewaukee, WI, known for its work in sports and cause marketing throughout the state and nationally. “Capture’s expertise in the nonprofit market, in addition to their exceptional fundraising track record, will benefit VLCF greatly,” said Soltwedel. “Together, we will focus efforts to raise awareness and take this Foundation to a whole new level of impact across the country.”


The Vince Lombardi Cancer Foundation was established in 1971, in memory of five-time National Football League championship Green Bay Packers Coach, Vince Lombardi. His spirit, enthusiasm and commitment to excellence touched countless lives, and on September 3, 1970, he lost a battle to colon cancer, dying at only 57. In his honor, the Foundation is committed to raising funds for cutting-edge cancer research and compassionate care. For more information on the Vince Lombardi Cancer Foundation, visit our new website:


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