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Seven Years of Service – Thank You Annie Ray

24 Hours of Booty has been home to Annie (Jackson) Ray in more ways than one. Annie has had close ties to the organization, as her older brother and cousin participated annually in the Charlotte event and former executive director, Patti Weiss is a longtime family friend. This relationship springboarded Annie’s involvement as the first […]

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You Don’t Choose, You Just Become: Wife Turned Caregiver

November is National Family Caregivers’ month, a month dedicated to focusing on the emotional, personal and financial challenges caregivers face whether they provide assistance to a loved one for a few years or for a  lifetime. Debbie Hevesy, 24 Hours of Booty Atlanta rider and former caregiver to her husband Brian, knows all too well the […]

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24 Days of Thanks

It’s the season for giving and 24 Hours of Booty would like to give our gratitude to the well deserved groups and individuals we have had the pleasure of meeting and working with over the years from beneficiaries and sponsors to riders, volunteers and booty crew members. We are a community united by a common […]

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Vote for 24 Hours of Booty in SOCIETY Charlotte’s Best of Philanthropy 2014 Survey!

It’s that time again to show some more love to 24 Hours of Booty! SOCIETY Charlotte has opened its Best of Philanthropy 2014 survey that highlights nonprofit event receive extra attention they deserve. SOCIETY Charlotte is a free monthly magazine that publishes informative and exciting photos and articles about philanthropic organizations and events in the community. […]

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Breast Cancer Awareness Spotlight: Shannon Carney

Cancer affects each individual differently, but nearly all those affected can agree that cancer is not a solo battle, but a battle that is best fought as a team. Shannon Carney, long time 24 Hours of Booty rider, found her support system to be her key to survival when she was diagnosed with stage II breast […]

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Breast Cancer Awareness Spotlight: Kate Nowrouki

Young, no family history, healthy. These three thoughts circled in the back of 24 Hours of Booty Columbia rider, Kate Nowrouki’s mind, after she was diagnosed with breast cancer at age 36. It all began to unravel when Kate inadvertently found a lump in her breast during a self-examination. Kate immediately went to her OBGYN to […]

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Vote for 24 Hours of Booty in Endurance Magazine’s 2014 Best of Survey!

It’s time to cast your vote for 24 Hours of Booty! Wednesday, October 15 is the last day to complete Endurance Magazine’s 2014 Best Of Survey. Endurance Magazine is the premier publication in the Carolina’s promoting active lifestyles. The annual survey of the best in endurance sports for 2014, assesses people in the three Carolina regions where […]

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Mount Vernon Presbyterian School Strengthens Atlanta Community as Host Venue for 24 Hours of Booty

This year marks the fifth annual 24 Hours of Booty Atlanta and the third year the event will be hosted by Mount Vernon Presbyterian School (MVPS). The partnership between 24 Hours of Booty and Mount Vernon Presbyterian School demonstrates the joint commitment to impacting the community and encouraging others to be engaged and become compassionate […]

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Team Mustang Strong Brings Families Together for Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta

Lisa Hughes has a lot to be proud of. She is a wife, mother and paralegal who lives in Sandy Springs area of Atlanta, Georgia, and completed her first triathlon at the age of 50. She has since become an avid 24 Hours of Booty participant and supporter. Lisa first learned about 24 Hours of […]

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Neighborhood Residents Motivated to Move from Cheering Zone to Pedal Power for 24 Hours of Booty

In 2014, an estimated 10,450 new cases and 1,350 cancer deaths are expected to occur among children between the ages of birth to 14 years. Advances in treatments for childhood cancer have progressed greatly over the years, and now the five-year benchmark for survival has increased to more than an 80 percent survival rate overall, […]

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