From the moment a person's breast cancer diagnosis is confirmed, she or he is considered a survivor. Race Day is an opportunity for us to recognize our survivors for their bravery, and to show them how much they are loved, cherished, and respected.
Pink T-shirt and Cap for Race Day
Identify yourself as a breast cancer survivor when you register for the Race. Upon registration, you will receive a complimentary pink cap and t-shirt provided by Zeta Tau Alpha, National sponsor of the Breast Cancer Survivor Recognition Program. T-shirts will be mailed. Caps are available for pick-up Race weekend. We encourage you to wear both on Race Day.
Survivors and a guest are invited to visit the Survivor Celebration Tent located on the Fisher Pavilion rooftop for breakfast, pampering, raffle prizes and an excellent view of the Race Day festivities! The celebration tent will open at 7:00 am and close at 11 am. Please bring pink shirt or bib to identify yourself as a survivor.
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All survivors are encouraged to participate. Gather in front of the Survivor Celebration Tent on Fisher Pavilion at 10:30 am. Parade starts at 10:45 am.
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Top Fundraising Survivor Award
The top fundraising survivor will be recognized on Race Day. Deadline to qualify: May 29
You are invited to celebrate a survivor (including yourself!) or remember a loved one lost by sharing their photo and a message on our Tribute wall. Photos can be brought on Race Day, or sent in advance to firstname.lastname@example.org or Komen Puget Sound Race for the Cure, Attn: Tribute, 112 Fifth Ave. N, Seattle, WA 98109. (We regret that we will not be able to return photos)
As a tribute to survivors and those lost to the disease, "In Memory" and "In Celebration" of back signs will be available at t-shirt pick-up, on Race Day, or can be downloaded and printed before the event.