Money raised from the event benefits the research and educational efforts of the Gardner Center for Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorders at the University of Cincinnati Gardner Neuroscience Institute.
The event is scheduled for Sept. 11 at Sawyer Point Park in downtown Cincinnati. Participants can choose different ways to take part:
- Walk (1K and 5K)
- 1K walk and roll with wheelchairs
- Run (1K and 5K)
- Cycle (25K, 40K, 100K)
- Brick challenge of 40K cycle and 5K run
Brighton Vice President of Sales and Marketing Steve Hammoor says he’s honored to participate in the event.
“I’m excited and humbled to be able to participate in the Sunflower Rev, a terrific event that benefits an important cause like Parkinson’s disease research,” says Hammoor. “I hope to see lots of familiar faces out there with me, having fun and supporting our community.”
A free educational symposium will be held in advance of the event. Patients, caregivers and family members can attend the symposium on Aug. 13 at The Oasis in Loveland, Ohio. Register online for your free tickets.
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