This post is brought to you by Invisalign. Over the past two years we’ve had the opportunity to work with the fine folks at Invisalign. Nick is on the tail end of his treatments and the changes in his smile is in a word – incredible. But more amazing has been the change in his attitude and confidence around his peers.
One area of his life that has always been a constant for Nick to immerse himself when he was younger was his baseball. The camaraderie of working together towards a common goal, teamwork, knowing that you can make a difference through determination and follow through. Kind of like the folks at Invisalign.
(top: winning World Series as a Babe Ruth player – middle: playing High School baseball – bottom: playing college ball for Manchester)
We all know that having kids involved in sports or really any extracurricular activities can be expensive and trying to balance those costs against everyday needs can sometimes prevent families from allowing their children to participate. We can related to this all too easily.
Once when Nick was just into his teens we went through a rough patch financially and without the help of some generous individuals he may have had to make a decision whether to play baseball one summer or not.
We have always looked for ways to help other individuals in some way or another, big or small and it has always put a smile on everyone’s face. Their’s and Our’s. Invisalign has allowed us to Smile It Forward and we’ve chosen to do so with our local Babe Ruth Baseball Organization.
Baseball is a huge part of our family, so giving to another family so that baseball can be a part of their lives means the world to us! So thank you Invisalign, for giving us the opportunity to do this.
Invisalign is giving everyone an opportunity Smile It Forward. And what puts a smile on people’s faces? Money! Enter their Smile It Forward Sweepstakes for the opportunity to win $500 for you and $500 for a friend.
Disclosure: I’m part of the Invisalign Mom Advisory Board and my son received free Invisalign treatment. As always, the opinions and experiences are my own.