Taking Awareness to New Heights Stories to Save Lives: ECAN Raises Awareness from 24 Stories Up! Tells Stories of dozens diagnosed with Esophageal Cancer
Melissa (L) and Rachel Stern rappel in memory of their father
EC Survivor Brian Leedom and family after 24 story rappel
Maureen Bergmueller rappels in honor of her co-chair Rick Garman
43 brave souls went Over the Edge of the roof of the Hilton Los Angeles/Universal City Hotel and rappelled down 24 Stories on Saturday, May 3rd on behalf of someone who has faced Esophageal Cancer.
The event raised awareness about the link between reflux disease and Esophageal Cancer and funds to support ECAN's life-saving mission. Event Co-Chairs Rick Garman and Maureen Bergmueller led a fantastic team of volunteers who made the event possible.
Stories to Save Lives In the News:
click here for L.A. Times
click here for L.A. Daily News
Jeff Foxworthy gets Seriously Funny DC Event full of side-splitting humor while sending the message that Reflux Disease is No Laughing Matter
Auctioneer Lynne Zink gets the audience engaged and bidding!
Jeff Foxworthy delights the crowd with his hilarious brand of comedy
Comedian Andy Huggins gets the guests warmed up with laughter
More than 400 guests gathered on Sunday evening, April 12th at the Crystal Gateway Marriott in Arlington, Virginia for a night of comedy and fun - all the while raising awareness that Reflux Disease is No Laughing Matter and raising funds to support ECAN's mission. Auctioneer Lynne Zink led an entertaining and lucrative celebrity auction and Andy Huggins, winner of ECAN's national comedy competition kept the audience in stitches as the lead-up to Mr. Foxworthy's hilarious show.
Check out this fantastic take on the evening from our friends at Comcast:
We are keeping the campaign to raise awareness alive Here is a way for you to play your part: You Might Be a Redneck if you don't share this great video
Save More Lives: Make this Video Go Viral ! > Share with friends and family