Dick Hoyt has pushed his son Rick, a wheelchair quadriplegic, through over 65 marathons. What extraordinary devotion.
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Most kids resent a dad who is constantly pushing them. But not Rick Hoyt! For years Rick has been pushed, pulled, and carried by his dad, and he loves it. That’s because Rick, a wheelchair quadriplegic since birth, and his father Dick together have competed in over 65 marathons. What extraordinary devotion…Pass It On. From the Foundation For A Better Life at Values.com.
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This radio ad about Devotion features Team Hoyt.
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