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2012 Fight for Air Stair Climb

Wed 02/27/2013

It's more than a walk, it's more than a run... go vertical for a unique challenge!

Join the American Lung Association and Florida Hospital for the 2012 Fight for Air Climb on Saturday, November 3rd. Not only is this a unique challenge but also for a great cause.

Too many lives are lost to lung disease and this is your chance to climb, raise money and make an impact in their honor. By joining the Fight for Air Climb, you are making the commitment to fight lung disease so everyone can breathe easier- including you!

To register for the Fight for Air Climb, click here.

Why Should You Climb?

By joining the Fight for Air Climb, you enable the American Lung Association to continue their lifesaving work. Every step you take, is one step closer to a world without lung disease.

We climb for:

  • research that will cure lung disease.
  • asthma education to stop fatal attacks in children.
  • those who can't quit smoking and those who shouldn't start.
  • laws that improve air quality, both indoors and out.
  • lungs that burn from exercise, not ozone pollution.
  • all those who can't.

2012 Fight for Air Climb Event Details:

When: Saturday, November 3, 2012

Where: Bank of America Center, Orlando, Florida

Time: 6:30am - Registration Opens

Course Information: 25 floors / 512 steps

Free Stair Climb Training Schedule

Florida Hospital locations throughout Central Florida will be providing free stair climb trainings to all registrants of the Fight for Air Stair Climb. Trainings will help prepare you for the actual climb on November 3rd. See below for locations and dates:

 

Ginsberg Tower Trainings (14 floors)

Florida Hospital Orlando
601 E. Rollins Street
Orlando, Florida
Every Wednesday & Thursday from 5:30pm - 7:00pm.
For information, call (407) 701-3708 or email Eddie.Braga@flhosp.org.

Altamonte Trainings

Florida Hospital Altamonte
601 East Altamonte Drive
Altamonte Springs, Florida
Every Tuesday from 5:30pm - 7:00pm
For more information, call (407) 314-2585 or email Paige.Heath@flhosp.org.

 

For addition information and to learn how to register, click here.