Brett Merl And Legal Club Of America Recruit HR
Directors In Battle Against Breast Cancer
Sunrise, Florida -- Brett Merl, CEO of Legal Club of America, knows that Human Resource Directors wield a
tremendous amount of influence. They're also a crucial source of business for Legal Club of America® and its
sister company, Saturday Holdings, Inc®.
Merl has taken advantage of that relationship by donating 2% of all revenues earned by both companies this
year to the Breast Cancer Awareness Fund. Legal Club of America, Brett Merl's flagship company, will also
display the BCRF logo on its website, press releases, advertising, and promotional materials in order to
spread the word about one of his favorite causes.
Brett Merl stressed the importance of the campaign and noted that Legal Club could only reach it’s goal of
raising a quarter of a million dollars by the end of the contract year with the assistance of brokers, agents,
and consultant affiliations. According to the CEO of Legal Club, the goal is a modest one.
"Legal Club of America has been directly affected by breast cancer in a number of ways. Several employees
working for Legal Club of America have survived breast cancer, while many others have helped friends or
loved ones through the long process of treatment and recovery. A few have lost people they loved to breast
cancer. When it hits so close to home, you can't help wanting to do something to turn the tide. Anything Legal
Club of America or Saturday Holdings, Inc. can contribute is well worth the price of it brings us even one step
closer to a cure for breast cancer. I believe everyone should contribute in some way to furthering a cause
close to the heart. At Legal Club of America, we're doing just that," said Brett Merl, CEO of Legal Club of
The Breast Cancer Research Foundation is a not-for-profit organization created by Evelyn H. Lauder in 1993.
It focuses on finding funds for innovative clinical research into breast cancer around the world, without regard