In this issue:
do you climb?
here to learn why people just like you climb each year! You can also submit your Why I Climb Story.
questions, or need help getting started?
Contact your local climb manager:
The Fight For Air Climb Cleveland timing will be conducted by Cleveland Plays Racing, using the Radio Frequency Identification or RFID variety system, made by Innovative Timing Systems, called Jaguar. The reads are great and times are registered from the bib chips.
Team Challenge is underway. In fact
we’ve hit the midpoint of the competition.
Help your team grow and win free Fight For Air Climb gear!
team that registers the most members between November 1st and November 30th
will win (up to) 10 long sleeve Fight For Air Climb shirts.
any team who registers 5 new members will be entered to win Fight For Air Climb
car decals for their entire team!
Team Building Tip
Materials from your local climb manager.
participant flyers to use at work or order a pack of Fight For Air Climb
Business Cards and recruit your team on the go, at the gym, market, anywhere.
forms can be found online under Climber Resources or in your Participant
the new climb website with Emails.
you log into your personal fundraising page you have the ability to send emails
with your team name and personal team page built right in.
November is Lung Cancer and COPD Awareness
you are fundraising for the Fight For Air Climb this November, add one or more
of the below facts in your ask to donors via, mail, email or in
know; one reason lung cancer is such a killer is that
it is hard to detect in its early stages. It may take years for the lung
cancer to grow, and early on there are usually no symptoms. Lung cancer is the most common cause of
cancer death. In 2010, more than 222,000
new cases were expected to be diagnosed and about 157,000 Americans were
expected to die from lung cancer.
(short for Chronic Obstructive Lung Disease) is a lung disease caused by one or
more health problems and includes chronic bronchitis and emphysema. Over
time, this disease makes it hard to breathe. It is a very serious disease
and right now the fourth leading cause of death in the United States.
and Cell Phone – don’t leave home without them! Hydration is the key to
replenish what you lose when you sweat. And always be safe while you are
training. You never know when you may need your cell phone.