September 6, 2010
Run for your father, your husband, your brother, your friend. Run for you! Join The Urology Center of Colorado (TUCC) Foundation for The Blue Shoe Run for Prostate Cancer, a 5K run/walk and 1.5-mile family walk on Saturday, September 25, 2010. All monies raised from The Blue Shoe Run will go toward TUCC Foundation’s efforts to improve local prostate cancer screening, community education and research programs.
Be sure to stick around following each event for a post-race party at TUCC featuring a free Alaskan Brewery Beer Garden, food and drinks, live music from three Denver-based bands, prostate cancer survivor recognition with 7News anchor Mike Landess, prizes and awards, educational booths and kids activities — including a giant inflatable slide!
A free prostate cancer screening will also take place inside TUCC the morning of September 25th. Prostate cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in Colorado today, but it’s also very treatable when diagnosed at an early stage. African-American men and men with a positive family history should begin annual prostate cancer screenings at age 40. All men should begin these screenings at age 50.
Saturday, September 25, 2010
The Urology Center of Colorado
2777 Mile High Stadium Circle
Denver, CO 80211
Just north of INVESCO Field
Cross streets of Clay and Mile High Stadium Circle
Free parking for Blue Shoe Run participants will be available in the Sports Authority Field H & I lots just southwest of TUCC.
$35 Adults ($40 race day)
$20 Youth — age 17 and younger ($25 race day)
$20 Seniors — age 65 and older ($25 race day)
All registration fees include a long-sleeved race t-shirt.
Show your support for The Blue Shoe Run for Prostate Cancer by registering online at www.theblueshoerun.com. Team registration and fundraising opportunities are also available.
About The Urology Center of Colorado Foundation:
The Urology Center of Colorado (TUCC) Foundation is a public, 501 (c)(3) charity dedicated to advancing urologic care in the Rocky Mountain region through advocacy, research, education and support. Since 2008, TUCC Foundation has hosted dozens of free prostate cancer and men’s health screenings as well as community educational presentations on urologic conditions.