Charging Bull: Zurich Volunteers Help American Heart Association

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Charging Bull: Zurich Volunteers Help American Heart Association

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Did you know? #chargingbull came to NYC in 1989. #Zurich100 employees met here for the @american_heart run & heart walk

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The Charging Bull of Wall Street was the starting place of Zurich's NYC Bus Tour and the American Heart Association's Wall Street Run and Heart Walk.

Wednesday, June 13, 2012 - 5:00pm

CAMPAIGN: 100 Ways

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On June 13, 2012, thirteen Zurich interns travel around New York City in style on a double-decker bus decked out with Zurich insignia for the company's 100-year anniversary of serving America. As part of the 100 ways campaign, an ongoing project that encourages Zurich employees to complete 100+ projects of service during its centennial year, the interns are visiting several of the organizations and charities that Zurich has recently helped.

Their first stop was the Charging Bull on Wall Street, which was also the starting point of the American Heart Associations’ Wall Street Run and Heart Walk in which 104 Zurich employees participated on May 31, 2012.

Through matching donations made by its employees participating in the Heart Walk, Zurich donated more than $21,000 to the American Heart Association.



Jennifer Nowacki
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Zurich, North America