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Precision Camera sponsors the 2008 Black Woods Never Surrender Blizzard Tour

Enfield, Connecticut, January 15, 2008 - Precision Camera and Best Buy are again serving as presenting sponsors for the 2008 Black Woods Never Surrender Blizzard Tour to help raise money and increase awareness of ALS, otherwise known as Lou Gehrig’s disease. ALS is a progressive neurodegenerative disease that affects nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord. Over 30,000 Americans suffer from ALS at any given time. Precision Camera is committed to “Never Surrender,” and supports the fight to find a cure for ALS!

This year’s Black Woods Never Surrender Blizzard Tour will take place February 6th through February 9th, 2008. Sponsored participants, such as Precision Camera CEO/ President John Malinosky, will ride snowmobiles over 380 miles in three days in an effort to raise as much money and awareness as possible for the cause. Last year, the Never Surrender Blizzard Tour raised over $400,000 dollars for ALS research. A lofty goal of $500,000 has been set for this year’s Never Surrender Blizzard Tour. Precision Camera’s goal is to raise more than $30,000 this year with the support of the Precision Camera team and its partners.

By giving to this noble cause, a donor is supporting nationally sponsored research efforts to find a cause and cure for this crippling and fatal disease. Precision Camera is currently accepting donations as late as February 1, 2008 to benefit this year’s Blizzard Tour and the ALS Association. Credit card donations can be made at http://web.alsa.org/goto/precisioncamera. If the preferred method of donation is check or money order, a donor can simply send a check or money order payable to the ALS Association to:

ALS Blizzard Tour Fundraiser
c/o John Malinosky
1 Anngina Drive
Enfield, CT 06082

Christopher Davis, Precision Camera’s Charitable Campaign Manager, explains: “ALS is one of the most common neuromuscular diseases worldwide, and people of all races and ethnic backgrounds are affected. Precision Camera is proud to once again help in the fight for a cause and cure of this devasting disease. By donating to the Blizzard Tour and the ALS Association, together we can make the lives of those affected brighter and help research efforts to lead the fight against ALS.”

For more information on this dibilatating disease and the ALS Association, visit http://www.alsa.org.

About Precision Camera: Precision Camera is the market leader in camera and camcorder repair. Precision Camera is the only service provider capable of offering a one stop, full-service solution on virtually all models of digital cameras and camcorders. Precision Camera is the world’s largest service center for this product category. Precision Camera’s corporate campus, housed in eight facilities is strategically located in close proximity to a major transportation hub, which allows for the efficient transfer of product. With a staff of almost 600, half of which are repair technicians, Precision Camera has the largest team of highly trained professionals focused on providing a suite of best-in-class service solutions. For more information on Precision Camera visit http://www.precisioncamera.com