LOS ANGELES — Susan G. Komen’s Los Angeles County Race for the Cure will hold its 20th annual event at Dodger Stadium on March 12.
This year’s race, sponsored by AutoNation, Ralph’s and Food 4 Less, is expected to surpass last year’s record of 12,000 attendees, with more than 300 survivors in attendance, and over 900 members on the largest corporate team.
“We are proud to be advocating for the breast health needs of LA County families for two decades, but we have a long way to go before we end this disease entirely. Please join us and support this milestone event through participation and fundraising so we can continue to provide for free services to those most in need,” explained Mark Pilon, executive director of Susan G. Komen Los Angeles County.
Join Susan G. Komen Los Angeles County in creating a world without breast cancer.
Through events like the Los Angeles County Race for the Cure, Komen LA County invests 75 percent of the funds raised to support vital local breast health services, and dedicates the remaining 25 percent to national research to find the cures.
To participate, call 310.575.3011 or visit http://komenlacounty.org/race.
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