Students at Salisbury University to hold donor drive

The Salisbury University chapter of the American Marketing Association will hold their “AMA Saves Lives” event on Wednesday, November 16th at Brew River Restaurant. The event’s goal is to increase organ donor awareness and help fund the AMA’s 34th Annual Collegiate Conference.

Attendees will be educated about organ donation and will have the opportunity to sign up that evening to be an organ donor through AMA Saves Lives. The Collegiate American Marketing Association created AMA Saves Lives as the catalyst for increasing awareness through university chapters all over the nation. Collegiate chapters raise awareness through social media, events and videos. Every year the SU chapter of AMA participates in AMA Saves Lives.

All tips made from food and beverages will benefit SU AMA and will be used to send the student organization to their annual marketing conference in New Orleans during spring break.

There will be live entertainment from duo “Alex and Shiloh” at the event and attendees will be able to enter various raffles to win prizes from local businesses. Attendees wearing red in honor of organ donation will receive a free raffle ticket. Courtney Brooke’s Salon in Snow Hill will be selling red hair tinsel.

“AMA Saves Lives” is open to the community and will be held on Wednesday, November 16th starting at 7 p.m. at Brew River Restaurant located at the port of Salisbury.

Registering as a donor is easy!

For SU AMA to receive credit for your donor designation, follow these four easy steps:

  1. Visit
  2. Choose your state from the drop-down menu or by clicking on your state on the map.
  3. Select “Salisbury University” when you are asked how you heard about AMA Saves Lives.
  4. You will then be redirected to your state’s organ, eye and tissue donor registry where you can complete your donor designation.

About Lauren

Lauren Muskauski is the communications associate at The Living Legacy Foundation. She heads up many community outreach initiatives and projects, with a focus on middle school, high school and college outreach. She also manages The LLF’s and Donate Life Maryland’s presence on social networking sites, such as Twitter and Facebook. Lauren’s commitment to donation started early when she registered as an organ, eye and tissue donor at the MVA upon receiving her first drivers’ license, but was then reinforced a few years later when her father passed away while waiting for a liver transplant. Now, she continues to be inspired on a daily basis by the generosity of donors and their families, as well as the gratitude exhibited by every recipient she meets.
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