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Big Ass Fans Founder and Chief Big Ass Carey Smith, left, presented a check for $25,000 to University of Kentucky Radiation Oncologist Dr. Jonathan Feddock to help complete funding for a new, state-of-the-art cancer treatment suite at University of Kentucky Markey Cancer Center. In September, Big Ass Fans began donating five percent of all sales in Kentucky in order to raise $25,000. The promotion was conducted in partnership with Dr. Jonathan Feddock, a radiation oncologist at the University of Kentucky Markey Cancer Center. Feddock had raised about $175,000 of the $200,000 down-payment needed for the project through his fundraising organization, Ironcology. Feddock, who garners pledges by running in Ironman-style triathlons, met Smith at a race the company sponsored, and Smith offered to raise the remaining $25,000. The new radiation implant suite will provide comprehensive care for cancer patients using brachytherapy, an advanced form of treatment that delivers radioactive implants directly into cancerous tissue. Learn more about the company's products for industrial, commercial and residential spaces at Bigassfans.com.
dkjfnvbkjdfb Big Ass Fans Founder and Chief Big Ass Carey Smith, left, presented a check for $25,000 to University of Kentucky Radiation Oncologist Dr. Jonathan Feddock to help complete funding for a new, state-of-the-art cancer treatment suite at University of Kentucky Markey Cancer Center. In September, Big Ass Fans began donating five percent of all sales in Kentucky in order to raise $25,000. The promotion was conducted in partnership with Dr. Jonathan Feddock, a radiation oncologist at the University of Kentucky Markey Cancer Center. Feddock had raised about $175,000 of the $200,000 down-payment needed for the project through his fundraising organization, Ironcology. Feddock, who garners pledges by running in Ironman-style triathlons, met Smith at a race the company sponsored, and Smith offered to raise the remaining $25,000. The new radiation implant suite will provide comprehensive care for cancer patients using brachytherapy, an advanced form of treatment that delivers radioactive implants directly into cancerous tissue. Learn more about the company's products for industrial, commercial and residential spaces at Bigassfans.com.
dkjfnvbkjdfb Big Ass Fans Founder and Chief Big Ass Carey Smith, left, presented a check for $25,000 to University of Kentucky Radiation Oncologist Dr. Jonathan Feddock to help complete funding for a new, state-of-the-art cancer treatment suite at University of Kentucky Markey Cancer Center. In September, Big Ass Fans began donating five percent of all sales in Kentucky in order to raise $25,000. The promotion was conducted in partnership with Dr. Jonathan Feddock, a radiation oncologist at the University of Kentucky Markey Cancer Center. Feddock had raised about $175,000 of the $200,000 down-payment needed for the project through his fundraising organization, Ironcology. Feddock, who garners pledges by running in Ironman-style triathlons, met Smith at a race the company sponsored, and Smith offered to raise the remaining $25,000. The new radiation implant suite will provide comprehensive care for cancer patients using brachytherapy, an advanced form of treatment that delivers radioactive implants directly into cancerous tissue. Learn more about the company's products for industrial, commercial and residential spaces at Bigassfans.com.

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