Thank you for supporting Standup Muskegon 2017!
Paddling, Great Food, Live Music, Happy Hour, Free Breast Cancer and Melanoma Screenings. Together we raised $89,000 to cover the cost of breast cancer screening for women in need in Michigan covered by Susan G Komen Michigan.
Mercy Health Performed
- 59 skin screenings performed
- 29 Clinical Breast Exams
- 2 Mammograms scheduled
Special thanks to our sponsors
- Ambry Genetics (Title Sponsor)
- Spectrum Health (Local Title Sponsor)
- Mercy Health
- Maui Jim
- KL Outdoor
- Shape Corporation
- Barefoot Wine
- Arconic Whitehall Operations
- Lighthouse Group
- Quality Tool & Stamping Co
- Tyler Sales
- Century Foundry
- Muskegon County Airport
- Women’s Division Chamber of Commerce
- Port City Group
- Restoration Services MI
- Westwind Construction
Board Rental Partners:
- Wet Mitten: email@example.com, 616.844.3388 (rentals not available, but plenty of demo boards on site)
- Treetown Boards: firstname.lastname@example.org, 734.408-1110
- Blk Box SUP: Mattlennert@att.net, 630-209-2038
- Loon Paddle Co: email@example.com, 920.517.8128 (demos only)
- Riviera Paddlesurf: firstname.lastname@example.org (demos only)
- Bote SUP: email@example.com demos only
- KL Outdoor will have 30+ boards for demo and to share throughout the day
Additional local shops for rental boards*:
- Pentwater Outfitters
- WaterDog Outfitters
- 37 North
- Action Watersports
- Summit Sports
- Urban Wave
*Tell them you’re with Standup for the Cure and ask them to support the cause.
There are other rental and retail operations in the area that don’t support SUFTC. Please patronize the brands and shops that help to expand our mission to Save Lives!
Check Facebook for some great Photos: @Standup For the Cure
Proceeds benefit Susan G. Komen of Michigan.
Komen Michigan is an independent, local non-profit organization that is dedicated to combating breast cancer, saving lives and reducing breast cancer mortality in Michigan. There are barriers that prevent women from getting screened and receiving treatment including financial, cultural and language barriers, transportation issues and a lack of knowledge. With the help of our patient-centered network of nonprofits and community support, we are overcoming these barriers through innovative education programs, screenings, diagnostics, transportation, survivor programs and cutting-edge research.Through Komen Michigan, money raised here stays here to fund life-saving programs and research. Komen Michigan has funded more than $12 million in local breast health programs over the last 20 years, filling the gap for much-needed services across the region.