Life is Good

{of course these images are from the LIG website}

You know who he is, and you know just seeing him makes you smile big!

Jake is in action once again spreading good vibes and helping children with his optimism and spirit. Every time I see a LIG shirt I smile, you see I know that the boys that started this company are two of THE biggest hearted and kind spirited guys you could meet. They were spreading sunshine long before the creation of their company. When they started the festivals and every time I hear about what the accomplishments are for the Life is Good Kids Foundation
, I am blown away. With most overwhelming admiration, well, I give those Jacobs boys standing O's... They are truly ambassadors of optimism.

If there is one company that stands out among the many, in any industry, LIFE IS GOOD is clearly the most creatively dedicated to making our world a better place to live in, one smile at a time.

Join Life is Good in Boston on June 20th for the concert or for a walk to raise money for children. Click the link to find out all the fun you can have, doing good, spending time with your family and spreading sunshine. You can't beat a great spring day in Boston and helping children. Good stuff.

From the Life is Good site:
Life is good is on a mission to spread much-needed good vibes nationwide in 2009. We're calling all optimists to join us on our favorite playground, Boston Common, on June 20, 2009 from 11am to 5pm, for a free, day-long family-friendly festival.

Our outdoor bash features fantastic live music from Grammy winners The Blind Boys of Alabama, rising national recording artist Brett Dennen, and family-favorite SteveSongs. As always, there will be heaps of classic backyard food and a colorful mix of good-time games and activities for all ages. From seed spitting and Double Dutch to soccer kicks, tug-o'-wars and football flings, we promise a day of big smiles and healthy play.

All funds raised through donations onsite and all profits from the sale of Life is good merchandise at the event will be directed via the Life is good Kids Foundation to Project Joy, a grassroots nonprofit that uses the power of play to heal and strengthen children whose lives have been deeply impacted by fear and trauma. Their mission: to ensure that nothing (not poverty, not violence, not natural disasters) destroys the playfulness of children. Nothing.

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