MyGradPad announces a 1,000 Mile Run across the country, raising money and awareness for NYU Langone Medical Center
NEW YORK, Oct. 8, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — Today, MyGradPad is announcing a nationwide 1,000 Mile Run to raise money and awareness for NYU Cancer Center. The run will start Monday, October 21(st) in Central Park with employees and friends of the company, and will end on Sunday, October 27(th). With over 150 Brand Ambassadors at the top colleges and universities around the country, the MyGradPad Team will collectively run 1,000 miles over the span of one week! MyGradPad will be pledging $5 for each mile, and encourages each MyGradPad Brand Ambassador to match this donation from friends and family. All runs will be logged using MapMyRun – follow their progress at www.MyGradPad.com and on their Facebook page. As a National Cancer Institute (NCI)-Designated Cancer Center, the NYU Langone Medical Center is committed to establishing and developing Research Programs aimed at understanding the origins of human cancer and in using this information to prevent and treat cancer and ease its burden on patients and their families.
MyGradPad was founded in 2012 to provide recent college graduates with complete transparency throughout the apartment rental process. By utilizing innovative scheduling software, MyGradPad acts as the tenet’s representative, allowing clients to automatically schedule appointments online. It also allows users to input their individual housing needs, producing a more stream-lined search. From there, graduates can expect to see 7 to 10 apartments that fit their specific criteria. By signing up for a meeting with a rep on their website, customers will guarantee a discount of 20%-40% on broker fees that are required in cities like New York and Boston. In other cities like Miami, Chicago, or Dallas the broker’s service is free to the renter and is paid by the building owner. MyGradPad also offers a roommate recommender service that will periodically notify clients about potential roommate candidates.
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