Join this Spinning Fundraiser!
Prime Time Athletic Club is proud to announce that we will be hosting a 4 hour Spinning event on Sunday, November 11 from 9:00 to 1:00 p.m. for Wheel to Survive. Wheel to Survive, presented by Be the Difference Foundation, is an inspirational indoor cycling fundraiser where 100% of the money raised directly funds programs for women currently battling ovarian cancer and provides research dollars for a cure. Be the Difference Foundation was formed in 2012 by four ovarian cancer survivors with a common goal to “Be the Difference” in the fight against ovarian cancer. If YOU can ride a bike, then YOU can be the difference in the fight against ovarian cancer!
Date: Sunday, November 11th
Time: 9am – 1 pm
To participate register, ride and raise – it’s as easy as 1,2,3! Be a team captain and start a relay team or register for a team that you have been invited to join. You can also register as an individual rider and choose when you want to ride. The event is 4 hours with four 45 minute back-to-back rides. Team members ride relay style sharing a bike. You can register to ride at www.wheeltosurvive.org by paying your $40 registration fee and setting up your fundraising page provided by Wheel to Survive.
Want to be a sponsor? Sponsorship opportunities are available and a great way to give your company name and product exposure to all of our riders, supporters, donors and volunteers. For more information on sponsor opportunities please contact Jon Mize, Director of Wheel to Survive at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Why you should ride? One woman is diagnosed with ovarian cancer every 24 minutes. One woman dies from ovarian cancer every 37 minutes. 7 out of 10 women diagnosed with ovarian cancer will die from the disease. Sadly, there is no routine, reliable early detection test for the disease. Research shows that when ovarian cancer is detected and treated early, the five-year survival rate is greater than 92%. Often symptoms are vague and subtle, and unfortunately most patients are diagnosed too late. In 2018, it is estimated that 22,000 women will be diagnosed with ovarian cancer, and 14,000 will die from the disease. Join us in this fight and be the difference today!