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RE/MAX & Komen for the Cure

 

National Sponsorship of Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure®

 

After six years of co-sponsoring the Survivor Recognition Program at Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure events, RE/MAX in 2009 took a key step forward in the fight against breast cancer by becoming a national sponsor of the full race series.

 

 

Working Together for a Cure

 

In 2002, the RE/MAX network joined the breast cancer movement through co-sponsorship of the National Series Breast Cancer Survivor Recognition Program at Race for the Cure events. Breast cancer affects many of our agents, mothers, sisters, daughters, fathers, brothers, sons and friends. More than a few women of RE/MAX and their families have experienced trials and triumphs battling the disease, and through it all we've grown stronger in our ability and commitment to fight.  

 

RE/MAX takes a key step forward this year in the fight against breast cancer by becoming one of just nine National Sponsors of the full race series - and the only real estate network among them.  

 

With its enduring "RE/MAX Racing for Life" slogan, its Sold for the Cure® fundraising program for agents in the field and emergence as a key supporter in the breast cancer movement, RE/MAX shows its true colors.  There's no forgetting pink when it comes to the many shades of RE/MAX Premier Community Citizenship.

 

 

Each year RE/MAX of Indiana sponsors the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure in:

  • Indianapolis
  • Mishawaka
  • Evansville
  • Terre Haute

 

The Understanding Breast Cancer Guide provides an overview of the entire Understanding Breast Cancer section to give you quick access to areas of particular interest.



The facts about breast cancer
More than 2 million women living in the United States have been diagnosed with and treated for breast cancer.
This year, an estimated 182,500 women and 2,000 men will be diagnosed with invasive breast cancer.
About 40,500 women and 450 men will die of breast cancer this year.
Breast cancer is the leading cancer among American women and is second only to lung cancer in cancer deaths.
When breast cancer is confined to the breast, the five-year survival rate is more than 95 percent.