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News Release – For Immediate Release

Media Contact: Kendall Rich – Development Intern, Indiana Chapter

(317) 879-0321 ext. 203

Money Will be Flying at the Indianapolis Arthritis Walk® Kick-off

Indianapolis, Ind. (February 1, 2010) – Next Monday, February 8th the Arthritis Foundation will be holding
the kick-off for the 2010 Indianapolis arthritis walk and money will be flying as team captains step in to the
money booth thanks to Indiana Members Credit Union.

During this year’s kick-off the names of three team captains will be drawn, by Lexi Freeman, 2010 Walk
Honoree, to step in to the IMCU money booth for 30 seconds as money flies around. The amount they
collect will then be donated by IMCU to the Arthritis Foundation on behalf of the team captains’ teams.

“The money booth will give three lucky team captains a chance to jump start their teams’ fundraising,” said
Kellea Wright, 2010 Indianapolis Arthritis Walk Chair.

The Indianapolis Arthritis Walk kick-off will take place at Robin Run Village located at 5354 W. 62nd
Street in Indianapolis from 6-7 p.m. To be eligible for a chance in the IMCU money booth team captains
must have their team registered at by noon on Monday, February 8th and be
present at the kick-off.

Amgen and Pfizer are the national presenting sponsors of the Arthritis Walk. Other national sponsors
include Nature Made, Biomet, Tylenol Arthritis Pain and Arthritis Today. Local sponsors include AARP,
Conseco, Greenwood Orthopaedics, Indiana Members Credit Union, Marsh, Mason Family Chiropractic &
Wellness, Robin Run Village and Steven F. Farrell, CPA, ABV, CFF.

The 2010 Arthritis Walk will take place on Saturday, June 5th at Admiral Spruance Basin around 7 p.m. To
participate in the Indianapolis Arthritis Walk, volunteer, form a team or for more information contact the
Arthritis Foundation at 317.879.0321 ext. 203 or visit

The Arthritis Foundation

The Arthritis Foundation is the only nationwide, nonprofit health organization helping people to take
greater control of arthritis by leading efforts to prevent, control and cure arthritis and related diseases. The
Arthritis Foundation also provides a large number of community-based programs and services nationwide
to make life with arthritis easier and less painful.