October 22, 2013

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Be More.

There are some projects that you have to battle to get through and then there are those projects that make you feel as though you have made a difference. The work we have done for More Than Sport is one of those life changing experiences. More Than Sport was created by professional triathlete Chris Lieto to provide a way for athletes to invest in those communities of need. Creating a culture of athletes who live for more than sport, improving the lives of children and communities around the world. The philosophy is simple, “Do More”. Do more in your life, do more for the people around you, do more for the world we live in. The concept is so amazingly easy, and its one that we believe in 100%.

Everything that we do for More Than Sport we do pro-bono because we believe in the message and the work that they do. Many don’t understand, and may say that its bad business to do give a way work. In fact, some people have told me that I must be crazy for doing so much work for free. On the contrary, I wouldn’t do it any other way. At Ten26 we believe that there is more to life than just making a buck. We don’t want to brag, but we feel that we are pretty darn good at what we do, and like Peter Parker says, “With great power comes great responsibility”.

“Tony Demakis is a creative branding genius. Not only is he fast to deliver new ideas and super easy to work with, but he is also a designer that pays attention to every detail which in turn produces exemplary work. Tony has certainly helped us develop an identity that we can be proud of.  I would recommend Ten26 Design Group to any business looking for excellence!”
- Chris Lieto, Pro Triathlete and Founder of More Than Sport

If you would like to learn more about More Than Sport and how you can make a difference visit them at morethansport.org

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