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Gearing up for The Good Ride May 10

The Good Ride — a cycling event designed to bring awareness to cancer research, survivorship programs and public policy initiatives, as well as create a positive change in the community — will roll out from Blakeney Professional Center on 8835 Blakeney Professional Drive in Charlotte on May 10 for its first annual ride. 24 Hours […]

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Vote to Bring a LIVESTRONG Community Impact Project to Charlotte!

There are only a few days left to vote for a LIVESTRONG Community Impact Project to come to an organization near you! The LIVESTRONG Foundation’s Community Impact Project (CIP) replicates successful programs that have supported people affected by cancer within a region, state, or city in the United States. In more than 300 communities serving tens of […]

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Booty Madness Wraps Up April 6th – Recruit to Win!

Booty Madness is on its fourth day and competition is fierce! Here are today’s city standings: First place: Indianapolis Second place: Columbia Third place: Charlotte Fourth place: Atlanta Indianapolis has been hard at work to maintain a good lead in points over the other cities. Columbia, Charlotte and Atlanta are steadily climbing in points. Let’s […]

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Booty Madness: Gain a Competitive Edge with Fundraising & Recruitment Emails

Booty Madness is on its third day and competition is heating up! Here are today’s city standings: First place: Columbia Second place: Charlotte Third place: Atlanta Fourth place: Indianapolis Columbia remains in the lead, but Charlotte is creeping up in total points. Atlanta has tripled their points since yesterday. Indianapolis is keeping it steady and […]

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Final Four: Shoot to Win Booty Madness!

Squeaky shoes, three point shots, the sound your bracket makes when it breaks wide open – it’s March Madness! In the spirit of the Final Four, 24 Hours of Booty is hosting a challenge next week that will pit city vs. city. Each city will be assigned a staff coach to help develop a game plan […]

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Take a Seat & Try Your Hand in All-In To Fight Cancer

Tonight marks the 4th annual All-In To Fight Cancer Benefit Poker Tournament at the Fillmore Charlotte starting at 5 p.m. and cards will be dealt at 6:30 p.m. sharp. All-In To Fight Cancer is a grassroots, non-profit organization founded in 2010 by Rob Eubank and Steve Amedio that is dedicated to increasing public awareness and […]

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24 Hours of Booty Staff Run in Memory of Jen Pagani at Run Jen Run 5k

The 24 Hours of Booty staff kicked off March by participating in the 2nd annual RunJenRun 5K at Symphony Park in South Park. Proceeds from the event benefitted the GoJenGo Foundation, a non-profit organization founded by longtime 24 Hours of Booty rider, Jen Pagani and her husband, Joe. Go Jen Go provides financial assistance to […]

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Win up to 15 custom Giordana jerseys!

24 Hours of Booty is giving away two sets of 15 custom Giordana jerseys, and your team could win! Starting Monday, March 3rd at 9:00 a.m., your team will receive one contest entry per three riders you have join your team. The winner will be chosen at random on Friday, March 7th at 5:00 p.m. […]

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How to Create a Fundraiser and Have Fun!

This blog is third in a series from Sweet Rides team members Tracy Begley and Therese DeLashmutt.  When Therese and I talk about what fundraisers we want to do each year there are some basic criteria that they have to meet: 1. Do we have the time and resources available? 2. Do we have an […]

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Bob’s Story

In February 2009, Bob Falkenberg was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL). He was treated with six months of chemotherapy. This was followed by a bone marrow stem cell transplant from an unrelated donor on October 27, 2009. In between treatments, Bob and his wife Karen, residents of Alpharetta, Ga., walked the Peachtree Road Race […]

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