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No Limits will be a proud sponsor of the Cascade AIDS Project (In Portland, OR.)is a non-profit organization in the Pacific Northwest working to prevent HIV infections, care for and empower people affected and infected by HIV/AIDS, and eliminate HIV/AIDS related stigma. We provide HIV/AIDS education and prevention services to nearly 15,000 people and coordinated housing and support services for 1,680 people affected and infected with HIV/AIDS. Our programs include rapid HIV testing and risk reduction counseling for anyone in Oregon and Southwest Washington, regardless of gender, sexual orientation, or ability to pay, CAP's "Kids Connection" serving 60 families and 93 children living with HIV/AIDS, and our "Youth HIV Education" reaching 7,500 youth through workshops, peer education, and social media.


Official No Limits Model, 2012. John Quinlan
Bio: John Quinlan has been involved in athletics, professional wrestling, fitness & modeling over the years since the age of 19. He has been an image model for dozens of apparel brands over the years along with appearing in television documentaries, commercials, art gallery print work and having his likeness used on childrens literature book covers. He has been a spokes model for apparal brands as far away as Japan and Asia just to name a few. HUF magazine named him model of the month for January 2011. He is a physique competitor and a romance book cover model as well.


Amazing true story! This was an email sent to us recently from a well known blogger.
"Did you know that the whistle you gave me had been super functional for me and had actually saved a life this afternoon? So I was with a worker that works for my Dad's coffee farm, we were in the middle of the farm, and this is in the mountains so the terrain is really steep. He was just hired so I was showing him the area where he will start working on, which is basically just cleaning up the weeds and preparing the area for tropical trees which my dad collects. So, anway, he slipped and he literally rolled down the mountain, luckily he was able to hold on to an orange tree cause there is a big drop that leads to the main highway and thats very far away.. I don't have my phone with me, and I can't go down to where he was, it was impossible to shout to ask for help because it will just be carried in the mountain air. I had made your whistle as a pendant, so I used it to call the attention of a car that passed by. The driver stopped, long story short, had called for help and the paramedics came with the ladder from the fireman. He's ok, no fractures, he just was unconcience for a while., but he's ok.
I had just realized that it's amazing how a simple small device can actually make a difference in an emergency situation. Thank you! So, I'll definitely wear it all the time:) It just strikes me the life is totally unpredictable"