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Written by Maury Brown   
Friday, 02 April 2010 23:03

On the night of April 1, buildings around the US were lit up blue as part of Autism Speaks’ “Light It Up Blue” campaign. Whether it was the Empire State Building, the New Meadowlands, Stadium, Citi Field, or the Benjamin Franklin Bridge in Philadelphia, there were monuments everywhere aiding in the effort (see a  video slide show here http://www.lightitupblue.org/).

The Boston Red Sox also got involved, and have deep ties to Autism Speaks. We were proud to have Larry Cancro the Senior Vice President of Fenway Affairs for the Boston Red Sox join our Business of Sports Network Autism Awareness Campaign (see the complete listing here). Cancro  is also the Chairman of Autism Speaks, New England as well as a board member Melmark, New England a school that specializes in autism and similar cognitive disabilities.

As a salute to the end of Autism Awareness Day (but remember, just the second day of International Autism Awareness Month) we present this image of Fenway Park bathed in blue as part of the “Light It Up Blue” campaign

Fenway Park - Light It Up Blue

Image Courtesy Boston Red Sox

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