Dan poses with a copy of the Roxbury Register, where Layups 4 Life made the front page!
CEO Dan Exter is a Guest on 'Walt's Kitchen Table' Podcast
April 14th, 2019
CEO Dan Exter is a guest on Walt Blau’s podcast, ‘Walt’s Kitchen Table’, a podcast featuring captivating stories from fascinating people. Click to listen for a great conversation about life, overcoming obstacles and turning a negative into a positive.
UMass Alumni Spotlight - Alum Uses Degree to Give Back
In this edition of the McCormack Alumni Newsletter, Dan’s alma mater, the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, wrote an article on the work that Dan is doing with Layups 4 Life and how his degree helped him get launch his non-profit organization
Tapinto Parsippany Podcast Episode: 1on1 with Founder/CEO Dan Exter
Founder/CEO of Layups 4 Life, Dan Exter joins TapInto Parsippany’s Laura Ali on her weekly podcast show. The story behind Layups 4 Life, the difference L4L is making in the fight against cancer and all of their 2018 events are discussed during this episode
The Inspiring Story Behind Layups 4 Life
December 27, 2017
According to Dan Exter, you can be one of those people that spend a lifetime participating and supporting different cancer causes, but there is nothing that puts a spark and a fire in your life’s mission until you awake one morning to a doctor with bad news.
Layups 4 Life featured on 'Heads 'N Tales' Podcast
March 6th, 2016
Layups 4 Life was featured on the popular podcast Heads ‘N Tales where Dan spoke to host Kevin Saum about his journey in his fight against cancer and what inspired him to create Layups 4 Life . To listen to this episode, look for ‘Episode 24’ here
Cancer survivor brings fundraising hoops game back to Roxbury High
January 25, 2016
Last year, Exter said, the inaugural event raised $10,000 and attracted 100 players, ages 15 and up. All of the proceeds go to Sloan Kettering in New York City, where Exter, now 30, was treated for a rare form of leukemia.
Roxbury Cancer Survivor Launches Fundraiser
April 6th, 2015
“More than 20 teams have registered for Layups4Life, exceeding Exter’s planned capacity. Two dozen businesses have donated prizes for the raffle and silent auction. He has already raised more than $2,000 for clinical trials at Sloan Kettering.”