Women’s cause aided

2019-05-23 06:00
For the first time since the event’s inception in 2001, South Africa’s largest Women’s Day celebration, the Totalsports Women’s Race will be hosted on one day across three major cities, which include Cape Town. PHOTO: Mark Sampson

For the first time since the event’s inception in 2001, South Africa’s largest Women’s Day celebration, the Totalsports Women’s Race will be hosted on one day across three major cities, which include Cape Town. PHOTO: Mark Sampson

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Taking place in three major cities, which include Cape Town on Friday 9 August (National Women’s Day) the Totalsports Women’s Race proudly supports PinkDrive.

PinkDrive is committed to improving breast cancer awareness, education, and providing and offering free services to the medically uninsured across South Africa.

PinkDrive will be present at the Totalsports Women’s Race offering free clinical breast examinations and educating on the importance of self-breast examinations.

For the first time since the event’s inception in 2001, South Africa’s largest Women’s Day celebration will be hosted on one day across three major cities.

According to Fébé Meyer, PinkDrive marketing manager, the Totalsports Women’s Race is a highlight on PinkDrive’s yearly events calendar.

“The significance of hosting this event on Women’s Day adds so much more meaning to this event,” says Meyer.

“This is a day where women (and men) and families can unite and commemorate not only National Women’s Day, but also think of those on their journey with breast cancer.

The funds received enable us to keep our existing fleet on the road while delivering our free cancer screening services to the medically uninsured people of South Africa. We are very excited that Johannesburg, Durban and Cape Town will take to the streets on the same day to participate in this phenomenal event.”

“The Totalsports Women’s Race is extremely well organised,” says Tenielle October, PinkDrive’s Cape Town administrator.

She adds, it is the perfect opportunity for women to unite, celebrate the beauty of being a woman and celebrate life.

“As a beneficiary, we are empowered to reach more women, raise awareness and offer our free cancer screening services to women who are not medically insured. We are looking forward to the excitement, the atmosphere and the live entertainment, but more so, we are looking forward to meeting new people and hearing their stories.”

Taking place in three major cities, which include Cape Town on Friday 9 August (National Women’s Day) the Totalsports Women’s Race proudly supports PinkDrive.

PinkDrive is committed to improving breast cancer awareness, education, and providing and offering free services to the medically uninsured across South Africa. PinkDrive will be present at the Totalsports Women’s Race offering free clinical breast examinations and educating on the importance of self-breast examinations.

For the first time since the event’s inception in 2001, South Africa’s largest Women’s Day celebration will be hosted on one day across three major cities.

According to Fébé Meyer, PinkDrive marketing manager, the Totalsports Women’s Race is a highlight on PinkDrive’s yearly events calendar.

“The significance of hosting this event on Women’s Day adds so much more meaning to this event,” says Meyer.

“This is a day where women (and men) and families can unite and commemorate not only National Women’s Day, but also think of those on their journey with breast cancer.The funds received enable us to keep our existing fleet on the road while delivering our free cancer screening services to the medically uninsured people of South Africa. We are very excited that Johannesburg, Durban and Cape Town will take to the streets on the same day to participate in this phenomenal event.The Totalsports Women’s Race is extremely well organised,” says Tenielle October, PinkDrive’s Cape Town administrator.

She adds, it is the perfect opportunity for women to unite, celebrate the beauty of being a woman and celebrate life.

“As a beneficiary, we are empowered to reach more women, raise awareness and offer our free cancer screening services to women who are not medically insured. We are looking forward to the excitement, the atmosphere and the live entertainment, but more so, we are looking forward to meeting new people and hearing their stories.”

Taking place in three major cities, which include Cape Town on Friday 9 August (National Women’s Day) the Totalsports Women’s Race proudly supports PinkDrive.

PinkDrive is committed to improving breast cancer awareness, education, and providing and offering free services to the medically uninsured across South Africa. PinkDrive will be present at the Totalsports Women’s Race offering free clinical breast examinations and educating on the importance of self-breast examinations.

For the first time since the event’s inception in 2001, South Africa’s largest Women’s Day celebration will be hosted on one day across three major cities.

According to Fébé Meyer, PinkDrive marketing manager, the Totalsports Women’s Race is a highlight on PinkDrive’s yearly events calendar.

“The significance of hosting this event on Women’s Day adds so much more meaning to this event,” says Meyer. “This is a day where women (and men) and families can unite and commemorate not only National Women’s Day, but also think of those on their journey with breast cancer.

The funds received enable us to keep our existing fleet on the road while delivering our free cancer screening services to the medically uninsured people of South Africa. We are very excited that Johannesburg, Durban and Cape Town will take to the streets on the same day to participate in this phenomenal event.”

“The Totalsports Women’s Race is extremely well organised,” says Tenielle October, PinkDrive’s Cape Town administrator.

She adds, it is the perfect opportunity for women to unite, celebrate the beauty of being a woman and celebrate life.

“As a beneficiary, we are empowered to reach more women, raise awareness and offer our free cancer screening services to women who are not medically insured. We are looking forward to the excitement, the atmosphere and the live entertainment, but more so, we are looking forward to meeting new people and hearing their stories.”

Taking place in three major cities, which include Cape Town on Friday 9 August (National Women’s Day) the Totalsports Women’s Race proudly supports PinkDrive.

PinkDrive is committed to improving breast cancer awareness, education, and providing and offering free services to the medically uninsured across South Africa. PinkDrive will be present at the Totalsports Women’s Race offering free clinical breast examinations and educating on the importance of self-breast examinations.

For the first time since the event’s inception in 2001, South Africa’s largest Women’s Day celebration will be hosted on one day across three major cities.

According to Fébé Meyer, PinkDrive marketing manager, the Totalsports Women’s Race is a highlight on PinkDrive’s yearly events calendar.

“The significance of hosting this event on Women’s Day adds so much more meaning to this event,” says Meyer.

“This is a day where women (and men) and families can unite and commemorate not only National Women’s Day, but also think of those on their journey with breast cancer.

The funds received enable us to keep our existing fleet on the road while delivering our free cancer screening services to the medically uninsured people of South Africa. We are very excited that Johannesburg, Durban and Cape Town will take to the streets on the same day to participate in this phenomenal event.”

“The Totalsports Women’s Race is extremely well organised,” says Tenielle October, PinkDrive’s Cape Town administrator.

She adds, it is the perfect opportunity for women to unite, celebrate the beauty of being a woman and celebrate life.

“As a beneficiary, we are empowered to reach more women, raise awareness and offer our free cancer screening services to women who are not medically insured. We are looking forward to the excitement, the atmosphere and the live entertainment, but more so, we are looking forward to meeting new people and hearing their stories.”

Taking place in three major cities, which include Cape Town on Friday 9 August (National Women’s Day) the Totalsports Women’s Race proudly supports PinkDrive.

PinkDrive is committed to improving breast cancer awareness, education, and providing and offering free services to the medically uninsured across South Africa.

PinkDrive will be present at the Totalsports Women’s Race offering free clinical breast examinations and educating on the importance of self-breast examinations.

For the first time since the event’s inception in 2001, South Africa’s largest Women’s Day celebration will be hosted on one day across three major cities.

According to Fébé Meyer, PinkDrive marketing manager, the Totalsports Women’s Race is a highlight on PinkDrive’s yearly events calendar.

“The significance of hosting this event on Women’s Day adds so much more meaning to this event,” says Meyer.

“This is a day where women (and men) and families can unite and commemorate not only National Women’s Day, but also think of those on their journey with breast cancer.

The funds received enable us to keep our existing fleet on the road while delivering our free cancer screening services to the medically uninsured people of South Africa. We are very excited that Johannesburg, Durban and Cape Town will take to the streets on the same day to participate in this phenomenal event.”

“The Totalsports Women’s Race is extremely well organised,” says Tenielle October, PinkDrive’s Cape Town administrator.

She adds, it is the perfect opportunity for women to unite, celebrate the beauty of being a woman and celebrate life.

“As a beneficiary, we are empowered to reach more women, raise awareness and offer our free cancer screening services to women who are not medically insured.

“We are looking forward to the excitement, the atmosphere and the live entertainment, but more so, we are looking forward to meeting new people and hearing their stories,” says Meyer.

Taking place in three major cities, which include Cape Town on Friday 9 August (National Women’s Day) the Totalsports Women’s Race proudly supports PinkDrive.

PinkDrive is committed to improving breast cancer awareness, education, and providing and offering free services to the medically uninsured across South Africa. PinkDrive will be present at the Totalsports Women’s Race offering free clinical breast examinations and educating on the importance of self-breast examinations.

For the first time since the event’s inception in 2001, South Africa’s largest Women’s Day celebration will be hosted on one day across three major cities.

According to Fébé Meyer, PinkDrive marketing manager, the Totalsports Women’s Race is a highlight on PinkDrive’s yearly events calendar.

“The significance of hosting this event on Women’s Day adds so much more meaning to this event,” says Meyer. “This is a day where women (and men) and families can unite and commemorate not only National Women’s Day, but also think of those on their journey with breast cancer.

“The funds received enable us to keep our existing fleet on the road while delivering our free cancer screening services to the medically uninsured people of South Africa. We are very excited that Johannesburg, Durban and Cape Town will take to the streets on the same day to participate in this phenomenal event.”

“The Totalsports Women’s Race is extremely well organised,” says Tenielle October, PinkDrive’s Cape Town administrator.

She adds, it is the perfect opportunity for women to unite, celebrate the beauty of being a woman and celebrate life.

“As a beneficiary, we are empowered to reach more women, raise awareness and offer our free cancer screening services to women who are not medically insured. We are looking forward to the excitement, the atmosphere and the live entertainment, but more so, we are looking forward to meeting new people and hearing their stories,” says Meyer.

Taking place in three major cities, which include Cape Town on Friday 9 August (National Women’s Day) the Totalsports Women’s Race proudly supports PinkDrive.

PinkDrive is committed to improving breast cancer awareness, education, and providing and offering free services to the medically uninsured across South Africa. PinkDrive will be present at the Totalsports Women’s Race offering free clinical breast examinations and educating on the importance of self-breast examinations.

For the first time since the event’s inception in 2001, South Africa’s largest Women’s Day celebration will be hosted on one day across three major cities.

According to Fébé Meyer, PinkDrive marketing manager, the Totalsports Women’s Race is a highlight on PinkDrive’s yearly events calendar.

“The significance of hosting this event on Women’s Day adds so much more meaning to this event,” says Meyer.

“This is a day where women (and men) and families can unite and commemorate not only National Women’s Day, but also think of those on their journey with breast cancer.

“The funds received enable us to keep our existing fleet on the road while delivering our free cancer screening services to the medically uninsured people of South Africa. We are very excited that Johannesburg, Durban and Cape Town will take to the streets on the same day to participate in this phenomenal event.”

“The Totalsports Women’s Race is extremely well organised,” says Tenielle October, PinkDrive’s Cape Town administrator.

She adds, it is the perfect opportunity for women to unite, celebrate the beauty of being a woman and celebrate life.

“As a beneficiary, we are empowered to reach more women, raise awareness and offer our free cancer screening services to women who are not medically insured. We are looking forward to the excitement, the atmosphere and the live entertainment, but more so, we are looking forward to meeting new people and hearing their stories.”

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