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1st Annual Colorado Snow Run March 9, 10 in Grand Lake

Grand Lake, CO – The countdown has begun to the 1st Annual Colorado Snow Run on March 9 and 10 in Grand Lake. The two day event is open to both men and women and will raise funds for both men and women that are diagnosed with breast cancer throughout the state of Colorado. Whether you are a snowmobiler or not, the event has something for everyone, music, auctions, bra decorating contests and lots of incredible food. As a snowmobiler you will be offered two days of scenic snowmobiling.

The location is the Winding River Resort at the western entrance of Rocky Mountain National Park. This event will be the most unique winter wonderland experience on the Pink Ribbon Riders 2012 Snow Run Tour. Grand Lake offers 300 miles of groomed snowmobile trails as well as deep powder riding.

The support from around the state of Colorado has been tremendous to bring this first time event to the area which will then create funding for breast cancer patients to be eligible for the Pink Ribbon Riders Assistance Program in the future.

The 1st Annual Colorado Snow Run is $175.00 per person. Each participant will receive a gift at the Welcome Party sponsored by Thunderstruck Films.

The 2012 Snow Run Tour currently runs through six other states: New York, Michigan, Minnesota, Wisconsin, North Dakota and Wyoming. The tour raises funds for the Pink Ribbon Riders Assistance Program (PRR). The funds raised stay in the states in which the events are held making it possible for all breast cancer patients, both men and women, in that state to apply for financial assistance. PRR is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and distributes funds directly to both male and female breast cancer patients who apply to PRR. Each patient receives a $500 gift card to help with daily financial struggles.

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