Glam Doll Strut
Saturday, October 18, 2014 from 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM (EDT)
Fort Lauderdale, FL
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
The Glam Doll Strut is a walk on southwest Second Street in downtown Fort Lauderdale and will feature teams of fashionably-dressed divas. Teams are encouraged to shake, shimmy and sashay for the celebrity judge panel. Cost is $45 per person to join the strut and teams who raise the most money through registrations and donations can compete for the Glam-A-THON crown. Walkers are encouraged to dress up in excessively embellished costumes that promote the pink theme for breast cancer awareness (think feather boas, copious amounts of glitter and tiaras). Women, men, pets and children are all invited to participate (in the aptly named 'Doggie Diva,' 'Pet Royalty' and 'Stroller Strut' categories).
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Glam-A-THON™ is a sustainable, dynamic breast cancer charity dedicated to helping our families, friends and neighbors in the communities where we live.
Our goal is to take the fear out of breast cancer and mobilize our divas to make a difference. Anyone who is (or knows) a diva, knows we’re unstoppable, resilient, and wildly persistent.
So take a walk on the wild side and become one of the most glamorous divas this side of FABULOUS by being part of this GLAM REVOLUTION!
Glam-A-THON™ promise: to mobilize our communities by raising awareness of the dreadful disease known as breast cancer which deeply affects the lives of those diagnosed and their families. Cultivating our philosophy will ensure financial growth which in turn commits to providing support and bringing hope to women, families, our friends and neighbors, during the fight to ‘KISS BREAST CANCER GOODBYE®’.
Glam-A-THON™ proceeds will be donated to the Broward Health Foundation and be used to provide funding for women battling breast cancer, mammograms, diagnostic testing and special assistance for medication, wigs and other ancillary items at the Lillian S. Wells Women’s Health Center at Broward Health Broward General Medical Center and the Lisa Boccard Fund at Broward Health Coral Springs Medical Center.