Go Red For Women Lunch and Learn

Date/Time

Jan 22, 2013
09:00 AM until 02:00 PM

Description

Help celebrate the 1oth anniversary of Go Red For Women! Join some of the cities' top women executives as they celebrate women's heart health and raise funds for continued women's heart research. This event includes workshops, a health fair, silent auction, luncheon program with a live auction, keynote speaker, and inspiring survivor stories.

Cost

$150 per ticket (corporate and table sponsorships available).

Location

View map Marriot City Center
30 South 7th Street
Minneapolis, MN

Additional Information

Sponsor

American Heart Association

Phone

952-278-7922

Contact name

Shauna Brick

Contact email

shauna.brick@heart.org

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