CEO Embarks on 3,000-Mile Cross-Country Cycle to End the Cycle of Child Abuse

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Tim Markison, lawyer, inventor and golf shoe company founder and CEO, has planned a cross-country bicycle ride this fall to increase awareness of child abuse prevention and to promote healing for those who were victims of abuse. He will kick off the 3,000-mile ride in San Diego on September 29 and will end the trip in Jacksonville, Fla. in early November. The cross-country route also includes stops in PhoenixAustin, TexasBaton Rouge, La. and Tallahassee, Fla.

Markison and his team at Athalonz, a leading golf shoe technology company, have launched the Interwoven Circles Foundation with the hopes to raise $1 million from the cross-country bicycle ride. All monies donated will be provided to non-profit organizations that focus on child abuse prevention and/or healing the wounds of child abuse.

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