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Pink Belts to Promote Cancer Awareness With The First Ever Walk Against Breast Cancer

Pink Belts to Promote Cancer Awareness With The First Ever Walk Against Breast Cancer

More Than 100 Proud Pink Belt Holders of All Age Groups Will Participate in This Walk on Sunday, 15th October

New Hartford, NY, USA – September 27, 2017 – American Martial Arts Institute has proudly announced that more than 100 local children, adults, and businesses will partner with the American Cancer Society to raise cancer awareness. These inspiring people will also perform at the ‘Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk’ taking place on Sunday, 15th October, 2017. The participants will proudly wear their pinkbelts at the walk, which they have earned from the institute and the diverse group of these inspirational people will range from age 6 to 80. These belts were earned by the participant by volunteering and passing a research exam.

“Everyone who has earned their pinkbelt will wear them at this demonstration being donated by the American Martial Arts Institute to entertain everyone who participated in the walk,” said the spokesperson of the American Martial Arts Institute while talking about the upcoming walk. “We have created this inspiring community program in collaboration with the American Cancer Society’s Utica office and local martial arts expert Grandmaster Clifford Crandall. According to the spokesperson, the program is designed for students to increase cancer awareness and earn their pinkbelts.

According to the institute and the society, this program is one of the best ways to combat fear of cancer and the pinkbelt program is all about raising awareness and increasing knowledge. Moreover, students who earn their pinkbelt will also receive a custom made certificate to hang in their home or office. The walk will start at 11 am and all the details regarding the program and participants are also available on the website. In addition, there is a free program packet for any agency who wants to implement the program themselves.

In addition, several local businesses have also collaborated with Crandall to support the first ever Children’s Tent at the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk. The tent will include animals from the Utica Zoo, free food, a DJ, games, Paw Patrol, and more. The tent will be staffed by adult volunteers from the American Martial Arts Institute, including professional doctors and teachers. Furthermore, the local children and adults who have earned their pinkbelts will be putting on a public martial arts demonstration at the Children’s Tent.

For more information regarding the event, please visit: www.amai-eaglestyle.com/pinkbelt.html or contact via email at: [email protected]  

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Company Name: American Martial Arts Institute
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City: New Hartford
State: NY 13413
Country: United States
Website: http://www.amai-eaglestyle.com/pinkbelt.html