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Brian Pendleton received the State Farm Good Neighbor Award at the 3rd Annual GMCLA Voice Awards for his lifelong commitment to producing athletic charity events and his personal support of community and collegiate education programs.

LOS ANGELES, May 4, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- OmniForce, LLC Chief Executive Officer Brian Pendleton received the State Farm Good Neighbor Award on Saturday as part of the 3rd Annual Voice Awards benefitting GMCLA in Los Angeles, CA.  Pendleton, and other high-profile leaders who received awards, is honored for his domestic and international commitment to producing athletic charity events for cancer hospitals and his personal support for community and collegiate education programs.

Brian Pendleton (center), his partner Chad Goldman (right) with friends & colleagues at the 2014 GMCLA Voice Awards Presented By First Investors

"It's an honor to be included with such a dynamic and inspiring group of people tonight," said Brian Pendleton during his acceptance address. 

"I humbly thank GMCLA and The Voice Awards committee for this incredible honor, and I salute you and celebrate the vital work you are carrying out each day to encourage tolerance and acceptance through the performing arts in schools across The United States," Pendleton added.

Brian Pendleton is an expert in the active lifestyle industry whose personal experience, entrepreneurial vision and motivating approach to leadership have enabled him and his teams to plan and produce over 150 athletic events across 5 countries since 2002.  A native of Southern California and active competitor himself, Pendleton applies extensive personal experience participating and producing events to provide comprehensive solutions for 34 athletic events across The United States, Canada, Australia and New Zealand each year.

In 2002, Pendleton created CauseForce, LLC, an athletic event and production company that works directly with charitable organizations to help them raise money for their mission.  In 11 years, CauseForce events raised over $700 million life-saving cancer research, treatment, care and prevention programs worldwide. 

Earlier this year, Pendleton created RaceForce, LLC, a Los Angeles-based endurance and athletic event production company that invests in athletic events and collaborates with event owners to deploy customized support where helpful while specifically maintaining the event's grassroots identity.

Privately, Pendleton is working to help communities gain access to academic facilities and scholarship programs.  Pendleton supported the development of the "Goldman-Pendleton West Hollywood Library Mall" in Los Angeles, CA, a landmark facility for the community's commitment to lifelong learning.  In the Philippines, two state-of-the-art "Pendleton-Goldman Learning Centers," are serving local communities to help break the generational cycle of poverty in their communities.  The "Chad Goldman and Brian Pendleton Endowed Language and World Business Scholarship" enables students at The University of Tennessee, Knoxville to complete domestic internships and study abroad programs.

Pendleton has served on board positions for national organizations including Board Chair of The Trevor Project, and a Board of Governors Member of The Human Rights Campaign. 

For more information on Brian Pendleton and OmniForce, visit www.omniforcellc.com

ABOUT OMNIFORCE, LLC:  www.omniforcellc.com

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