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Dollar Loan Center CEO Lands On Howard Stern Show To Recognize Charity Donation Charles Brennan joins Stern and Robin Quivers to announce gift to 15 Foundation Las Vegas, Nevada (I- Newswire) November 29, 2011 - Dollar Loan Center CEO Charles Brennan found himself on the Howard Stern Show this month to announce a major charity donation. The Las Vegas- based business owner and philanthropist committed more than $50,000 to the 15 Foundation, an organization founded by Howard Stern Show co- host Robin Quivers. "15 Foundation is an incredible organization that helps those who are in the trenches helping people every day," said Brennan. "I am honored to assist in their efforts to improve academics, nutrition and arts education in schools across the country and look forward to seeing what they can do with this donation." 15 Foundation is a philanthropic initiative Quivers founded in 2010 with a mission to target organizations that are tackling some of the most pressing issues in U.S. communities. Proceeds from its donations have benefited organizations nationwide. Proceeds from its latest fundraising efforts went towards the assistance of two California based youth charities-- The Edible School Yard in Berkley and Connolly Ranch in Napa Valley. Both are dedicated to teaching children about good food nutrition and helping them establish the right eating habits early in life, setting a pattern for success. "That was a dream experience for me, but there are many other ways to help deserving organizations at any budget," said Brennan. "I support nonprofits through charitybuzz, a company that helps raise money for deserving non- profits that donors may not know about." charitybuzz is a New York City- based cause marketing organization and the leading website for online charity auctions. It connects nonprofits with international brands and celebrity icons to raise funds through innovative online auctions including pop culture experiences, VIP events, luxury travel, fine art, couture fashion, coveted internships and upscale merchandise. Since launching, charitybuzz has raised more than $50 million for charities around the globe. Charles Brennan recently began bidding at charitybuzz and said it has multiple benefits for individual and organization donors. "They find non- profits in all areas of the country that are doing great work and need funding," he said. "Plus the auction format makes giving even easier… especially when you get to have unique experiences that are tailored to your interests." Charles Brennan's experiences through charitybuzz have included a day on the set of HBO's hit show Entourage as well as a meeting with television producer and star Larry David. "I spent the day with the cast and crew of Entourage when they were filming the series finale. It was a once- in- a- lifetime experience." Charles Brennan, whose companies span nearly 20 U.S. states, is a well- known philanthropist in Nevada and South Dakota where two of his companies are headquartered. This year alone, he has given more than $100,000 to community organizations including Opportunity Village and Henderson Little League, both in Southern Nevada. Dollar Loan Center is a premier provider of signature loans in 50 locations throughout Nevada, South Dakota and Utah. The company and its employees give to dozens of organizations in Nevada. Dollar Loan Center is also the largest provider of short term credit services in South Dakota and Clark County (Las Vegas) Nevada. In 2007, Entrepreneur Magazine listed the company among its "Hot 500" Fastest Growing Businesses and Entrepreneurs."

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Published on: November 29, 2011 Original Source: Dollar Loan Center CEO Lands On Howard Stern Show To Recognize Charity Donation


Dollar Loan Center CEO Lands On Howard Stern Show To Recognize Charity Donation