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"Trey Day" Benefit for Trey Love Being Held October 6th at Giovanni's Pizzeria in Royersford

On Tuesday, October 6th, Giovanni's Pizzeria in Royersford will be donating 10% of their sales to the Trey Love Foundation. From the Facebook page for the event:
Come and enjoy a meal out @ Giovanni's in ROYERSFORD! Eat in or take out, Giovanni's will donate 10% of the days profits to the Trey Love Foundation. The more we eat, the more they donate!

Trey Love will be turning 3 yrs. old next month. For most parents, this means they will be leaving behind the terrible twos, and moving on to the next level of parenting. For the Love's, this is numerical evidence that their son is a warrior, a soldier taking on a microscopic monster.

In July of 2006, Trey was diagnosed with Stage IV Neuroblastoma; a rare form of cancer that affects nearly 650 children a year.

Since his diagnosis, Trey has survived several rounds of chemo, 2 stem cell transplants and weeks of an experimental immunology study. As little as 2 weeks ago, Trey was hospitalized in ICU w/ a near fatal blood infection. And.....once again.....Trey has proven to medicine and science that miracles DO exsist. He is living proof.


Giovanni's Pizzeria is located at 466 Main St. in Royersford. For more information, please contact Kim Williams-Grosser at 610.620.5410 or Karin Williams at 610.476.0997.

For more information on Trey Love, please visit his site at treylove.org.

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