Stumble or stroll for the cure at the Pink Stiletto on May 20th presented by MacDinton’s Irish Pub St. Pete
The Pink Stiletto will be held on Saturday, May 20 presented by MacDinton’s Irish Pub St. Pete. Stumble in style as we come together to raise funds for the cure and end breast cancer at the Komen Florida Suncoast Pink Stiletto. Runners, walkers and ALL footwear are welcome to participate! Show us your skills in Stilettos during the 200 foot sprint OR kick off your heels and STROLL in your sneakers, Stocks ‘n Socks or flip flops all while supporting a great cause!
Date: Saturday, May 20, 2017
Location: MacDinton’s Irish Pub St. Pete; 242 1st Ave N, St. Petersburg, FL 33701
Schedule of events:
• 2-3pm Check-in party and COMPLIMENTARY APPETIZERS, MacDinton’s Irish Pub St. Pete
• 4pm LIVE MUSIC begins
• 5pm Competitive Stilletto Stumble begins
• 5:15pm Non-competitive Stiletto Stroll starts
• 5:45pm Awards presentation
• 6pm-all night Keep those kicks on for the High Heel Happy Hour at MacDinton’s with Stouts & Stilettos drink specials and an epic after-party!
Cost: Tickets are $25 during advanced registration or $30 at the door for both the competitive Sprint or non-competitive Stroll. Registered participants will receive a FREE KOOZIE* and enjoy complimentary appetizers and live music. If you’d like to attend the event you can purchase tickets online. (*while supplies last)
Buy tickets online: http://www.info-komen.org/SPB_stiletto
About the Florida Suncoast Affiliate-
The local Florida Suncoast Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure began in 1999 in Pinellas County and has expanded to a six-county area. The Florida Suncoast Affiliate’s service area is: Hillsborough, Manatee, Pasco, Pinellas, Polk and Sarasota counties.
To date, the Affiliate has raised over $14 million through various fundraising events such as the annual Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure. Up to 75% of funds raised are returned to the community through grants to non-profit organizations that are fighting to change the impact of breast cancer upon the women and families of the Florida Suncoast community, and 25% goes to the national Susan G. Komen for the Cure Research and Awards program. The Florida Suncoast Affiliate awards grants in the local community for non-duplicative breast health services to non-profit organizations to support a variety of programs providing breast health education, clinical breast exams, screening mammography, and diagnostic evaluations for the underserved.