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Remo Tulliani Donates Courting Kings Proceeds To Muhammad Ali Center

Renowned accessories designer and author of Courting Kings, Remo Tulliani, is happy to announce that $25.00 from each Courting Kings book sold on Tulliani.com until the end of 2017 will be donated to The Muhammad Ali Center in Louisville, Kentucky. Courting Kings profiles 20 men, all “kings” of their respective industries, delivering introspective, inspiring, aspirational profiles of each detailing their personal journeys to greatness, including the closing chapter where the late Muhammad Ali is interviewed. The title will be available starting December 1 on Amazon.com, Tulliani.com and select high-end retailers across the country.

Remo Tulliani, founder of his namesake accessories brand, Remo Tulliani, sees donating to The Muhammad Ali Center as “A wonderful way to tribute such an inspiring human being who I looked up to and saw as a mentor as well. The stars also aligned with the book launch timing and holidays; it’s a season to especially embrace the giving spirit.”

The Muhammad Ali Center promotes the Six Core Principles of Muhammad Ali, one of which is “giving”. With the holidays around the corner, Remo Tulliani wanted to honor the legacy of Muhammad by giving back to the organization charged with preserving and sharing the legacy of global humanitarian and the Greatest boxer to ever fight.

The mission of the Muhammad Ali Center is to preserve and share the legacy and ideals of Muhammad Ali, to promote respect, hope, and understanding, and to inspire adults and children everywhere to be as great as they can be. “Muhammad Ali was once the King of Boxing, so it is befitting that he would be featured in Remo Tulliani’s Courting Kings,” said Donald Lassere, president and CEO of the Muhammad Ali Center.We are extremely grateful to Remo for wanting to donate proceeds from this book to the one and only organization in the world charged with preserving and sharing the late Muhammad Ali’s legacy.”

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