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Survivor Car Parade
On Saturday, August 29, 2020
Komen Orange County and The District at Tustin Legacy Hosted a
Car Parade Honoring Breast Cancer Survivors and Metastatic Thrivers
Featuring: DJ MELIONE • Orange County Ghostbusters
Susan G. Komen® Orange County, the second largest Komen affiliate in the country, hosted a Survivor and Thriver Car Parade to honor breast cancer survivors and Metastatic Breast Cancer (MBC) thrivers battling breast cancer on Saturday, August 29. The parade served as a kickoff activation for the nonprofit’s second annual MORE THAN PINK Walk, which will be held virtually on September 26, 2020.
“This event gave breast cancer survivors and those currently battling the disease an opportunity to join together to celebrate life – a much needed triumph, especially as immunocompromised individuals during a viral pandemic,” said Rebecca Hulquist, 15-year triple-negative breast cancer survivor and Co-Chair of the MORE THAN PINK Walk. “To be able to come together, while still being distant, in support of one another shows the impact the Komen community has on those who need support the most.”
50 “more than pink” decorated cars driven by breast cancer survivors, thrivers and their families paraded throughout The District at Tustin Legacy to celebrate each other, and to honor the five women diagnosed with breast cancer and the one woman who will die from the disease every day in Orange County.
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