On April 5, 2014 Vail turns pink to help raise awareness and funds for cancer research. // (c) 2013 Pink Vail

On April 5, 2014, Vail Mountain will become a sea of pink in order to help raise awareness and funds to support cancer fighters.

On April 5, 2014 Vail turns pink to help raise awareness and funds for cancer research. // (c) 2013 Pink VailPink Vail, the world’s largest ski day to conquer cancer, will feature a celebration of spirited costumes including pink gorillas, huskies, caped crusaders, pink flamingos, hundreds of tutus and enough sequins to make Liberace jealous.

In its third year, Pink Vail is the fastest growing cancer-related event in the U.S. and welcomes guests from around the country. In 2013, participants came from 36 states with donations pouring in from 49 states and more than a dozen counties. Participants ranged from 3 to 86 years old and teams included a “kids only” group, ladies weekend getaway teams and families and friends supporting survivors, who are honored and recognized levitra online canada during the event.

Pink Vail is a participation-based fundraising event similar to a run or walk to support cancer. Participants receive pledges, or sponsorships, to ski Vail Mountain during the one-day event. Skiers and riders will enjoy great spring condition and may participate as individuals or as members of a team, and there are no age limits or ability requirements to register.

The minimum pledge amount needed to register for the event is $25 and a Vail Mountain ski pass or lift ticket is required for mountain access. Lodging specials starting at $126 per night will be available for those traveling from out of town or just looking for a fun and worthwhile escape in Vail.

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