Announcements

September 23, 2015 – Caregivers Fundraiser
After 9 years living with ALS, Kimberly’s caregivers are exhausted, but finances make it hard to justify hiring additional caregivers, which is why we’re having this fundraiser! All donations will be used explicitly for caregiver salaries, so Jin won’t have to worry about this expense. Since caregivers are a monthly expense, monthly commitments would also be very much appreciated. The fundraiser ends on Kim’s birthday, October 23rd!

April 11, 2011 – Lion Tail Publishing Press Release
Lion Tail Publishing and The Kroger Co. are pleased to announce plans to distribute “Dancing the ABCs” through their Georgia Kroger stores starting Thursday April 12, 2012.

January 9, 2012 – “Dancing the ABCs”
The 2nd edition of “Dancing the ABCs” has finally arrived stateside and is available for sale online. They should also be in Atlanta Krogers soon! Please help spread the word!

October 28, 2011 – WSBTV Interview.
Kimberly was a victim of identity theft and a reporter found out about it through the police report filed. The story was on WSBTV.

May 26, 2011 – Fox 5 News Interview.
Kimberly and her family talk about living with ALS and “Dancing the ABC’s” with Tacoma Perry on Fox 5 News.

May 1, 2011 – ALS Awareness Month.
May is ALS Awareness Month! Kimberly will be profiled as part of MDA’s “Anyone’s Life Story” series. She will be featured on Saturday May 7, 2011!

December 22, 2010 – 11Alive Interview.
The Kim family talks with Duffy Dixon on 11Alive News.

November 2010 – “Dancing the ABC’s”
Kimberly’s book is here! Details and ordering for her book “Dancing the ABCs” can be found at Lion Tail Publishing. Copies are also availableat theKim Firm.

Feel free to call the office to order to save on shipping. Thanks to Brian Greene for making Kim’s book a reality & Michael Bodack of Air Tiger Express and Michael Griffin @ Old Dominion for shipping the books for free!

September 2010 – ALS Nascar Unveiled.
“There have been quite a few designs that have been really, really cool,” said Kyle Busch, who drives a Camry for Joe Gibbs Racing. “It’s neat that my No. 18 Camry was selected and designed by Jeff and Ethan and became the winning Sponsafier design. The ‘Lou Gehrig aka ALS’ design will bring awareness to a serious problem affecting many people and I’m glad to be a part of it.”


Image from Toyota Racing