Blue Cure Night Run 2019

Date: Saturday 9/28/19
Time: 4:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Address: Sam Houston Park, 1000 Bagby St, Houston, TX 77002

Join Ryan, from The Roula & Ryan Show, Saturday, September 28th for the Blue Cure Night Run, benefitting the Blue Cure Foundation and shine a light on Prostate Cancer Awareness Month!

The Blue Cure Night Run is an untimed fun run, that takes place at Sam Houston Park, in front of a brightly lit blue City Hall. This family fun event will include music, dance, Zumba, yoga-stretch and healthy treats.

Click here to register for the race in downtown Houston, as we run (and dance) for dads, sons, husbands, grandfathers, brothers, uncles and friends — because #MensHealthMatters.

The Blue Cure Night Run will shine a big bright light on men’s health and prostate cancer across Houston, Texas and beyond! Proceeds benefit Blue Cure’s prostate cancer and men’s health education and advocacy programs.

Children in strollers race free.

ABOUT BLUE CURE FOUNDATION:
The Blue Cure Foundation saves lives and improves prostate cancer outcomes by educating on integrative approaches to treatment, encouraging preventative dietary and lifestyle habits before cancer strikes, and advocating for increased prostate cancer prevention, risk reduction, and greater allocation of research funds towards prevention and control. The Blue Cure Night Run is the foundation’s flagship event, and is a part of a nationwide coalition to fight prostate cancer.

Blue Cure began with a routine physical back in 2010 for the organization’s founder, Gabe Canales, when an inadvertent blood test led to a biopsy, revealing a low-grade prostate cancer.  While prostate cancer is most often considered a disease that affects older men, with more than 161,000 men in America diagnosed annually, Canales was only 35 years old at the time of his diagnosis.

Find out more about the Blue Cure Foundation at www.BlueCureRun.com or donate to this great cause at www.BlueCureRun.com

Blue Cure  is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. All donations are tax deductible and are gratefully accepted.

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