Fight Pancreatic Cancer with the Official GTPlanet 2011 Automotive Calendar

Site Announcements 39 December 23, 2010 by

The GTPlanet Forums are home to some incredible real-world photographic talent. Last year, we tapped in to that talent by putting together a calendar filled with some of the best automotive shots our members have taken throughout the year. Today, I’m proud to unveil GTPlanet’s official 2011 Calendar, available now for $25. I am even more proud to announce that all proceeds will be donated to the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network, funding private research, patient support, and raising awareness of this horrible disease.

You may recall my brief blogging hiatus earlier this summer, which was actually prompted by the loss of one of my closest family members to pancreatic cancer. I saw first-hand how quickly it can painfully destroy the lives of even the healthiest among us in only a few months. I want to do all that I can to help fight it, and I hope you do, too.

In addition to all of the calendar sales, between now and December 25th at 11:59 EST, 100% of all revenue generated by GTPlanet Premium subscriptions will be donated to pancreatic cancer research. As a Premium subscriber, you’ll be able to enjoy the site ad-free along with many other perks. Upgrade your account in just a few minutes right here (no PayPal account is required). If you’re already a Premium subscriber, now would be a great time to give a subscription as a gift. Just click anyone’s username in the forums and select “Give GTPremium” to upgrade their account.

Thank you to everyone in our forums who helped organize this year’s calendar, thanks to all of our photographers who have graciously donated their work for this cause, and thanks to all of you for your continued support. Have a great Christmas!

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