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Friday, March 12th, 2010 by Charlene Bieber
Milwaukee, WI - Badger Basement Systems is sponsoring the Middleton Fire Dept. Team in the Firefighter's Challenge for the American Lung Association Fight for Air Climb. Firefighters are climbing over 90 flights of stairs with FULL GEAR, Saturday morning March 20th!
The Fight For Air Climb takes place on Saturday, March 20, 2010 at the U.S. Bank Center in downtown Milwaukee. Participants climb 1,034 steps to fight lung disease and promote lung health. Climbers can participate as an individual or as part of team; competitively or non-competitively, but you don't need to be a star athlete to be a part of this unique physical challenge.
The average climb time is around 15 minutes, and everyone age 13 and up is welcome to make their way to the top! After you finish your climb, relax and enjoy complimentary refreshments and fun. Don't forget that as you are climbing and extorting your lungs, you are making a difference to those who are literally fighting for air every day.
If you want to try this event, but aren't sure you will make it to the top, then join us for our Half Climb! If you make it to the Finish Line of the Half Climb on the 20th Floor and feel like you can keep going, you are free to continue your way to the top! This is an excellent way to try the Climb out and see how you like it! (Registration and the required fund raising minimum remain the same.)
Your support will fund research, education and advocacy initiatives. Lung disease is responsible for 1 in 6 deaths in the United States, but you can help by participating in this exhilarating event and reaching new heights with your fund raising. Ask a lot, raise a lot! Click Here for fund raising tips.
**Badger Basement Systems is a local Wisconsin company for over 30 years, operating out of Fort Atkinson. They perform basement & crawl space waterproofing, basement finishing and foundation repair throughout WI.
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