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					    Haitian Telecom Operator Voilà, Trilogy International
    Partners and the Jack Brewer Foundation to Host NFL
     Players on “One Team 4 Haiti” Service Trip to Haiti

“One Team 4 Haiti” Campaign Created in Collaboration with the Clinton Bush
                              Haiti Fund
Seattle, Washington, USA – February 5, 2010 – Haitian telecom operator Voilà and its parent
company Trilogy International Partners are partnering with The Jack Brewer Foundation
(JBF Worldwide) and the NFL Players Association (NFLPA) to bring NFL athletes to Haiti for
a service trip to continue to raise awareness and relief funds. The trip will highlight the NFL's
commitment to continue helping Haiti recover from the devastation of the recent earthquake.
This partnership, along with the Clinton Bush Haiti Fund, has created the "One Team 4 Haiti"
campaign. A national public service announcement featuring professional NFL athletes and
announcing the campaign will air during the Superbowl.

“We are excited to host the NFL players in Haiti. Their influence and public personas can do a
lot to keep the public connected and the awareness going,” said Brad Horwitz, CEO, Trilogy
International Partners. “We will work with them to organize projects in which they can make a
lasting contribution to Haiti’s reconstruction.”

The service trip will bring continued awareness about the ongoing need to rebuild and support
this impoverished country. The NFL players committed to this relief effort include William
Joseph, Jonathan Vilma, (both Haitian-born), Ryan Grant, Bryant McKinnie, Danny Clark,
Barrett Green, Kevin Little, Jack Brewer, Sidney Rice, Abe Elam, Ronald Fields, Bobby
Engram, Abdul Hodge, Jeremiah Finley, Charles Fisher, EJ Henderson, Champ Bailey, Corey
Chavous, Anthony Becht, Robert Griffith, Fred Robbins, Darrelle Revis, Matt Spaeth and more.

“I am heartened by the outpouring of support for the people of Haiti after this terrible
earthquake,” said Jack Brewer, Founder of JBF Worldwide. “Every corner of America has
contributed resources and attention to the needs of this affected country. The NFL and NFLPA
are looking to create a sustained engagement in Haiti’s recovery through this partnership.”

The trip will promote continued focus on, and support of, Haiti. The NFL players will have an
opportunity to create written and video diaries of their experiences, so their fans can join them on
the trip. Fans will be able to read first-hand the thoughts and messages of their favorite players
and connect to Haiti through their eyes.

Voilà and Trilogy are committed to the recovery of Haiti. After celebrating 10 years in Haiti,
Trilogy and Voilà received the prestigious Award for Corporate Excellence from Secretary of
State Hillary Clinton in December 2009, honoring Trilogy’s and Voilà’s commitment to social
improvement through youth and education programs and through significant contributions to the
economic development of Haiti.

Voilà is a leading mobile telecommunications operator in Haiti, providing high-quality,
affordable wireless service. Since its inception, over US$200 million has been invested in Haiti.
Voilà employs over 500 local staff and provides indirect employment to more than 15,000
Haitians through a micro-enterprise venture whereby local entrepreneurs sell time on a
customized cell phone.

Trilogy International Partners, LLC
Trilogy International Partners, LLC (Trilogy) invests in wireless telecommunication operations
in international markets that exhibit strong opportunities for significant growth. Trilogy and its
businesses hold licenses to provide wireless services to over 31 million people. For more
information, see Trilogy’s website:

CONTACT: Carol Wilson, + 1 425‐458‐5958; carol.wilson@trilogy‐ for Trilogy 
International Partners 

The Jack Brewer Foundation
The Jack Brewer Foundation (JBF Worldwide) - is a non-profit organization founded by former
NFL safety Jack Brewer, committed to the empowerment of women and children living within
the world's most impoverished and underdeveloped communities. Through JBF Worldwide's
numerous initiatives, the foundation has enabled food security, access to educational resources
and foster local enterprise. JBF Worldwide will be offering nutritional products and various aids
to help provide food security for the Western Hemisphere's poorest nation. JBF Worldwide
currently offers food security to more than 15,000 impoverished individuals through its self
sustaining microfinance program. JBF Worldwide had an extraordinarily successful past year
including ringing the closing bell at the New York Stock Exchange on February 27, 2009 and
Founder Jack Brewer being honored with a Congressional Certificate of Appreciation by US
Congressman Charles B. Rangel for foundations work in Africa. For more information about the
Foundation, please visit
For more information on JBF Worldwide, please contact Carolyn Bass by email at

The NFL Players Association (NFLPA)
The NFL Players Association is the exclusive collective bargaining agent for all players
employed by clubs of the National Football League. Founded in 1956, the NFLPA works to
ensure that the rights and interests of NFL players are protected. In addition, the NFLPA strives
to be a valuable resource and to maximize player opportunities on and off the field through
membership programs and community activities. For further information, visit
Clinton Bush Haiti Fund
The earthquake that rocked the coast of Haiti killed or injured a devastating number of people.
Even more were left in need of aid, making this is one of the major humanitarian emergencies in
the history of the Americas. In the aftermath of the disaster, President Barack Obama asked
President Bill Clinton and President George W. Bush to raise funds for immediate, high-impact
relief and long-term recovery efforts to help those who are most in need of assistance. In
response, the two Presidents established the Clinton Bush Haiti Fund (CBHF) to respond to
unmet needs in the country, foster economic opportunity, improve the quality of life over the
long term for those affected, and assist the people of Haiti as they rebuild their lives and "build
back better." The Clinton Bush Haiti Fund will do this by working with and supporting the
efforts of reputable 501(c) (3) nongovernmental and nonprofit organizations. Presidents Clinton
and Bush oversee the CBHF through their respective nonprofit organizations, the William J.
Clinton Foundation and Communities Foundation of Texas. One hundred percent of donations
made to the Clinton Foundation and the Communities Foundation of Texas go directly to relief
efforts. For more information, visit
You can contribute in any of three ways:
·    Web: visit our secure online donation page
·    Mobile Giving: Text the word "QUAKE" to 20222 to donate $10 to the Clinton Bush Haiti
Fund charged to your cell phone bill.

·    Mail:
The Clinton Bush Haiti Fund
c/o William J. Clinton Foundation
Donations Department
610 President Clinton Avenue
Little Rock, AR 72201
The Clinton Bush Haiti Fund
c/o Communities Foundation of Texas
5500 Caruth Haven Lane
Dallas, TX 75225

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