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Fight For Air Climb

Fight For Air Climb

Fight For Air Climb

April 12th, 2014
BOK Tower
One Williams Center
Tulsa, OK
Contact Info HERE

Fight for Air Climbs are the American Lung Association’s most unique fundraisers. Climbs take place in prominent skyscrapers, stadiums or arenas and involve walking, running or racing up hundreds of steps. Sometimes called a "vertical race," teams and individual participants can use the event as a fitness target, as a race, or as a great way to be active and meet new friends. 

We know a lot about lung disease, but there is so much we don't know. Your participation will raise the funds necessary to provide lifesaving education, research and advocacy so we can beat lung disease and soon find a cure.

EVENT DAY SCHEDULE

7 am Volunteer Check In

7:30 am Registration Opens for Bib Pick-Up

8:30 am  First Climber in the Competitive Division

8:40 am First Climber in the Non-Competitive Division

9:00 am First Law Enforcement Division Climber

9:10 am  First Firefighter Challenge Climber

PARKING INFO/COMPLIMENTARY PARKING

Street parking is available around the building.  There is no need to feed the meters on the weekend.

AFTERPARTY INFO

Our after party will include food, drinks, music, and an awards ceremony as soon as the timing company can generate results.

We will award a medal for  1st, 2nd and 3rd place climbers in overall male and female divisions.

We will awards medals for 1st place in male and female age classes as follows: 16-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-60 and over 60.

We will award plaques to the Fastest Team, Fastest Firefighter Team and Fastest Law Enforcement Team.

We will award plaques to firefighter’s & law enforcement team and standard division team that raises the most money.

We will award a traveling trophy to the Fastest Firefighter and Fastest Law Enforcement and medals to the overall 2nd and 3rd Fastest Firefighters and Law Enforcement climbers.

CLICK HERE TO GET INVOLVED

You Can:
Register as a Team Captain
Join an existing team
Sign up as an individual
Become an event sponsor
Donate to a team or individual registrant
Volunteer
Fundraising

Participants are required to raise a minimum of $100, due by event day. Incentive prizes are offered for fundraising levels of $250 or more. Awards are also given to individuals and teams who raise the most money. Need some ideas? Check out our Fundraising Tips once you register.
 
Donations are tax deductible to the extent allowed by the law. The American Lung Association® is a registered 501(c)(3) organization. Please make checks payable to the American Lung Association.

For more information, CLICK HERE or contact Jennifer Wyckoff at tulsaclimb@breathehealthy.org.

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