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Thank you, Madison Times, for sharing our “Double Rainbow Guy” story

By July 23, 2020 No Comments

Bear Vasquez’s passing deeply affected many of us, especially Rainbow Movement Founder Bill Ulrich. To him, Paul “Bear” Vasquez was an inspiration. So, we were pleased when The Madison Times decided to tell our story to its readers in the Madison, WI area. 


The article explained to readers why Vasquez is the reason why The Rainbow Movement is focused on raising awareness and money for worthwhile causes. Ulrich recalled in the article, “I was in the middle of trying to figure out how to put another business together to make money. He had no interest in money. He only wanted to live life. He taught me that money is not as important as I thought. I believed this was an opportunity of a lifetime for both of us: to work together to make the world a better place.”


To honor Vasquez’s legacy, The Rainbow Movement is raising money for The Haven, an organization that enhances quality of life for people with disabilities by encouraging independence, championing inclusion and advocating for their individual rights.


Paul “Bear” Vasquez was a very gentle person who changed people’s lives for the better. Please visit https://thehavensrq.org/ to honor Vasquez’s legacy with a donation.