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In memory of the hero who helped us get our start, here's an exclusive look ‪#‎behindthebillboard‬ ‪#‎passiton‬ ‪#‎muhammadali‬ ‪#‎ali‬
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Who controls this site? Why are they sending me programming/ propaganda?
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OK..I found out who is behind this campaign.. A very wealthy multi billionaire oil tycoon who left $700.000 million in his will to fund this and similar public education campaigns.
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A multimillionaire left 700 million in his will for the values.com site and other public education initiatives.
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The values we live by are worth more when we pass them on.
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The Foundation for a Better Life creates public service campaigns to communicate the values that make a difference in our communities. These uplifting messages, utilizing television, movie theaters, billboards, radio and the internet, model the benefits of a life lived by positive values. We believe people are basically good but sometimes just need a reminder. And we believe that the positive values we live by are worth more when we pass them on.