Undy Ski Day to raise colon cancer awareness
INCLINE VILLAGE, Nev. — Diamond Peak has teamed up with the Incline Village Community Hospital and the Colon Cancer Alliance for Undy Ski Day in honor of Colon Cancer Awareness Month.
The event begins at 9 a.m. Saturday, March 29, at the Incline Village ski resort.
Diamond Peak will feature special lift ticket deals, Zumba, live music on the deck — and an “undy” ski mob down the mountain.
Get a $35 lift ticket for visibly sporting your underwear by wearing them over your ski pants, on your helmet, as a cape, or in other creative ways.
Resort officials ask residents and visitors to please wear appropriate clothing underneath your underwear, however.
Residents can also visit IVCH and Colon Cancer Alliance booths on the Base Lodge deck for goodies and information about colon cancer prevention.
According to the alliance, colon cancer is one of the most preventable cancers, yet it is still the second leading cause of cancer death in the U.S. More than 140,000 Americans will be diagnosed with colon cancer in 2014, and more than 50,000 will die from this disease.
The Colon Cancer Alliance’s mission is to knock colon cancer out of the top three cancer killers by championing prevention, funding cutting-edge research and providing the highest quality patient support services. Read more about the alliance at http://www.ccalliance.org.
For more information about Incline Village Community Hospital, visit tfhd.com/inclinehospital.asp.
For more information about Diamond Peak,visit DiamondPeak.com or call 775-832-1177.
Also, click here to donate to the Colon Cancer Alliance and receive raffle tickets to win great prizes on Undy Ski Day.
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