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Just Ask Bus Gets a Face Lift. Finally!!!

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Thanks to the kindness and generosity of John Coleman, at Auto Upholstery by Coleman in Houston, we have a totally new interior with seats, cabinets and everything! I can’t tell you how proud I am to have our new bus represent the Just Ask Foundation as we raise awareness of neurofibromatosis throughout the United States and Canada!

We are so grateful to all of our friends who donated their time and money to make this bus a reality! Of course, we’re broke now but very happy! Thank you all for your nonstop support!!! Onward and upward!

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“Hard to Prounounce” – Our newest ad to promote awareness of neurofibromatosis

new Just Ask ad promoting neurofibromatosis awareness
JustAskFoundation.org

In preparation for our Just Ask World Tour promoting awareness of neurofibromatosis, we are preparing special ads that we will send to the newspapers of the cities we are about to visit to see if they would run them as a Public Service Announcement (meaning for FREE!) while we are in town or afterward as a reminder or before as a teaser.

We have a bunch of really cool headlines but this is, by far, my favorite!

If anyone would like copies of the ads to try to get your local newspapers to run them, I would be happy to supply the files. Like Reggie says, Just Ask!

 

For more medical type definition of neurofibromatosis, I like the Mayo Clinic description best: http://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/neurofibromatosis/basics/definition/con-20027728

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We proudly present the 2014 Just Ask World Tour Bus!

busindrivewayThe Just Ask Mobile is in Reggie’s driveway! We would like to take this opportunity to thank those hundreds of friends and family who have given of their time, encouragement, love and, yes, money, to make Reggie’s dream a reality!

Please, stand up and take a bow!!!
And, while you’re standing up, we humbly ask if you could take out your wallet, once again, for we still have a long way to go, literally and figuratively!
We are now wrapped and road worthy. Now we just need to raise enough funds to keep us on the road to as long as possible to educate people and raise awareness of neurofibromatosis throughout the United States, Canada and, soon, the world!
To donate, please click here:
http://www.gofundme.com/JustAskWorldTour?utm_medium=wdgtBus Design: Kim White Bus Photography: Arthur Meyerson Scott Dickson Bus Wrap: Bayou Graphix Bus Donated by: Deer Lake Lodge Spa & Resort
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It’s Official!!! The “Just Ask Mobile” is now legal in all 50 states and parts of Canada!!!

photo 5 photo 4 photo 3It’s Official!!! The Just Ask Mobile has passed inspected and is now officially APPROVED for travel! This is going to be so great! I can’t wait to get going.

The lady at the Jiffy Lube on Hillcroft at the Beltway was so nice!

Her name was Crescenda I think. Lou knows. Anyway, she was fussing all over me and made me feel like I was really important! From now on, I know where we will be taking the Just Ask Mobile for oil changes and inspections…the Jiffy Lube at 14450 Hillcroft and the Beltway!

Lou and I drove around in the bus after we passed inspection. It was a great feeling knowing that this was the final hurdle and we passed! Like Lou says, Upward and onward!

Also, we are still in need of continual donations to keep us on the road for basic travel expenses like fuel, food, motel, French masseuse, and soft drinks. We are currently at $2,740 but, hopefully, once we’re on the road, people will see us, we’ll talk to them and hopefully educate them a little about NF.

Please feel free to DONATE HERE NOW, SOON and OFTEN! Thank you very much!

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Dr. John M. Slopis Answers Your Questions about Neurofibromatosis, 8-16-12

A while back, we asked Facebook friends of Reggie Bibbs to submit any questions that they may have about neurofibromatosis. We then asked our favorite NF doctor, John M. Slopis, of M.D. Anderson Cancer Center to share some of the answers he had to your questions. The attached video is what he had to say.