Don’t miss the hottest Zumbathon event of the year! THIS SATURDAY is the LIVERight Zumbathon at Stanford!!
Jan. 14, 2011
7:30 PM AT
7000 COLISEUM WAY
OAKLAND, CA 94621
MANDATORY PRACTICE SESSION:
2:00 PM (on game day)
DISCOUNTED TICKET PRICE: $30
(plus $9 Zumba shirt benefiting AHA Go Red For Women)
Dear Zumba Fan,
We’re coming to town and want YOU to Join the Party!™ All season long, Zumba Fitness® will be hosting exciting Zumba Fitness-Parties at NBA games and putting on spectacular Zumba half-time shows. Now’s your chance to be part of the action!
Join us at the Golden State Warriors vs. Los Angeles Clippers game on Friday, January 14, for a stadium-packed opportunity to spread the excitement of the Zumba program, showcase your Zumba moves, and get more students into your classes.
Most importantly, you’ll be moving and grooving for a good cause. Zumba Fitness will donate $5 from each registration to the American Heart Association’s Go Red For Women® movement. Visit GoRedForWomen.org to learn more about the movement.
Now, follow these step to join the fun:
- Go to the “Get Tickets!” link to purchase tickets for you, your friends and family.
- Enter the discount code: zumba
- Create an account (it’s free).
- Purchase your game ticket(s).
- Your ticket(s) will me emailed as “a PDF attachment” to the address you provided.
You’re almost done…
Within 24 hours, you’ll receive an email letting you know that your spot for the half-time Zumba performance is confirmed.
If you have any questions or need additional information, please contact Maria Serrano at (510) 986-2270 or email@example.com.
So get your game on, Go Red and have a blast!
For Immediate Release
Alena Groopman, Asian Liver Center
Zumbathon To Stop Liver Cancer
More than 600 to join the fight against liver cancer at Stanford fundraiser;
Event featuring the hottest new dance fitness craze is open to the public
Stanford, CA (October 27, 2010) – The fight against liver cancer continues at the LIVERight Zumbathon at Stanford University’s Arrillaga Center for Sports & Recreation on Saturday, November 13 from 1-3pm. Fusing hypnotic Latin and international rhythms with easy-to-follow and fun dance moves, Zumba Fitness® is the hottest new global dance fitness craze. More than 600 participants are expected to join in two hours of calorie-burning, body-energizing, awe-inspiring Zumba movements with 15 Zumba Fitness® Instructors leading songs. Donations are suggested and will go to the Asian Liver Cancer at Stanford University.
In partnership with the Asian Liver Center, Stanford Physical Education, Recreation and Wellness, BeWell @ Stanford, and Answer to Cancer, this family-friendly event is open to the public. Enthusiastic Zumba® Fitness Instructors from across Northern California, prizes and games, and two hours of Latin rhythms will keep participants sweating, dancing and having fun, all in support of an important cause. All donations benefit the Jade Ribbon Campaign, a global hepatitis B and liver cancer awareness and education campaign, and the fight against liver cancer.
The LIVERight Zumbathon at Stanford is the only Zumba Fitness® and Zumbathon® event that focuses on liver cancer, a cancer caused primarily by the hepatitis B virus and one that is easily preventable with education and awareness. Over the past five years, LIVERight has served as a model event for education and awareness of liver cancer. Be one of more than 600 anticipated participants to support the end of liver cancer worldwide.
The Arrillaga Center for Sports and Recreation is located at 341 Galvez Street. For more information, please visit the Asian Liver Center’s website at liveright.stanford.edu.
LIVERight Zumbathon at Stanford
Saturday, November 13, 2010
1:00-3:00pm, Registration at 11:00am
Arrillaga Center for Sports & Recreation
(341 Galvez Street, Stanford, CA 94305 – free parking!)
About Zumba Fitness®: Zumba Fitness® is a Latin-inspired dance fitness party of calorie-burning, body-energizing, awe-inspiring movements meant to engage and captivate for life.
About the Jade Ribbon Campaign: The Jade Ribbon Campaign aims to unite all people against hepatitis B and liver cancer through awareness, education, outreach, and research. The greatest health disparity between Asian Americans and white Americans is the prevalence of chronic hepatitis B infection and the high incidence of liver cancer, 80% of which is caused by chronic hepatitis B infection. One in 10 Asian and Pacific Islander (API) Americans have chronic hepatitis B infection compared with 1 in 1,000 of Caucasian Americans.