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Michael Haltman of Hallmark Abstract Service is fighting for charity!

Long Island Fight for Charity

*Donate $50 or more and receive a Fight for Charity t-shirt!

Michael Haltman, President of Hallmark Abstract Service, is entering the boxing ring later this year to raise money for the great and deserving charities supported by the Long Island Fight for Charity (LIFFC)!

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While our clients typically know HAS as the firm dedicated to their commercial or residential real estate transaction, today we seek your support to whatever extent you are able as Michael trains to enter the boxing ring later this year at the “Main Event’ taking place at the Long Island Hilton in Melville, New York.

Glen Cove Boxing Club outside

Michael is currently working out at the Glen Cove Boxing Club with 35-year boxing veterans Frank Pena and Billy “Kid” Strigaro who have trained Olympic fighters and with Billy holding a Marine Corp boxing title.

Glen Cove ring

At the ‘Main Event’ November 25, about 1,500 Long Island businesspeople are expected to attend  first for a dinner buffet catered by 25 top Long Island restaurants followed by the 12 3-round bouts pitting two Long Island businesspeople against each other who have been matched by age and weight to end the night.

Michael seeks to raise a minimum of $10,000 understanding that this goal will primarily be attained through the contributions of many people donating whatever they can.

We are also very aware that these are difficult economic times and not everyone can spare money for anything beyond the necessities of life.

However, if you find yourself in the position where you are able to donate, there are opportunities to do so through one of the fantastic sponsorship opportunities described below that will provide excellent exposure for your business, by purchasing a ticket for the ‘Main Event’ taking place on November 25, 2013 or by donating some other amount that you feel comfortable with.

This is a description of the Long Island Fight for Charity along with sponsorship opportunities and links to donate at PayPal.

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Screen shot 2013-04-17 at 4.52.52 PMTo discuss sponsorship or advertising opportunities contact Michael Haltman at 516.741.4723 or by email at mhaltman@hallmarkabstractllc.com

Donate to the Long Island Fight for Charity here!

You do not need a PayPal account to donate as you can pay using a credit card there as well (click on don’t have a PayPal account at the lower left when you are at PayPal).








A press release for Michael Haltman appears at LongIsland.com.

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Hallmark Abstract Service and the Long Island Fight for Charity!

Long Island Fight For Charity

Michael Haltman, President of Hallmark Abstract Service, is one of  the first members of the Long Island business community to be selected to participate as one of the fighters in the 2013 Long Island Fight for Charity!

The following article appeared in Long Island Newsday recapping the event on November 19, 2012 at the Long Island Hilton at which Michael and the other 7 fighters were announced. In the coming months another 12 to 18 fighters will be selected.

If anyone is interested in participating as a sponsor for Michael he can be reached at orders@hallmarkabstractllc.com.

First 8 chosen for 2013 LI charity boxing event

Eight members of the business community now have a little over one year to get in fighting shape for the 10th Long Island Fight for Charity exhibition boxing event.

At a Monday night meeting to preview the charity fight, the organizers revealed the first eight volunteers — chosen from members of the local business community — who will participate in boxing matchups at the event slated to take place Nov. 25, 2013.

About 12 to 16 more volunteer boxers will be announced periodically at preview events leading up to next year’s fight, for a total of 20 to 24 fighters.

The first eight participants’ business backgrounds include manufacturing, the nonprofit sector, real estate and advertising.

One of the volunteer boxers, Kevin Kelly, the chief creative officer at Big Buzz Marketing Group in Melville, said his only disappointment was that the matchup was so far in the future.

“I had boxed a little as a kid and my great grandfather was a pro boxer . . . so it’s in my blood,” Kelly, 45, said. Kelly also participated in the 2012 fight, which took place in March, and said he has continued his training.

Long Island Fight for Charity began in 2003 and has raised over $700,000 for local charities.

The first eight volunteer boxers are:

1. Keith Dawson, of Prudential Douglas Elliman in Patchogue.

2. Anthony Giallanzo, of Ultimate Performance and Fitness in Glen Cove.

3. Michael Haltman, of Hallmark Abstract Service LLC in Woodbury.

4. Joanne Hutchins, of Moms Who Kick Inc.in Bayville.

5. Kevin Kelly, of Big Buzz Marketing Group in Melville.

6. Bill Mabanta, of Lab Crafters in Ronkonkoma.

7. Leaf Steuernagel, of Veteran Landscaping in Bellport.

8. Chris Whittelsey, of NBC Solutions Corp. in Huntington Station.