Technology Management Concepts is honored to participate in the Fight For Air Climb this Saturday April 6th at the Aon Center in Downtown Los Angeles to honor our co-worker and friend Brenda Diener. She has left a legacy amongst us and we will continue to carry that torch into the future for her. Colleagues, Family, and Friends we appreciate your donations in Brenda’s name and look forward to seeing you at the Air Climb! Here is the link to TMC’s team page to make a donation.
Each year, too many lives are lost to lung disease and this is your chance to climb, raise money and make an impact in their honor. By joining the Fight For Air Climb, you are making the commitment to fight lung disease so everyone can breathe easier- including you! The Aon Center is Los Angeles’s 2nd tallest skyscraper, standing at 850 ft. As a participant of this event, you will scale the nearly 1,400 stairs, or 63 stories, to reach the roof deck and amazing views of Los Angeles!
Families, individuals and teams join together for the Figth For Air Climb to raise awareness for the 37 million Americans who suffer from lung disease. Since its inception, the Fight For Air Climb Los Angeles has raised awareness and over a half million dollars to support the program, advocacy and research of the American Lung Association in California.With the generous support of people like you, the American Lung Association in California saves lives by fighting for healthy lungs and healthy air. Today, our fight is more important than ever. Eighty-one cents of every dollar raised by our organization goes directly to education, research and advocacy. To learn more, visit www.lung.org/california.
FACTS ABOUT LUNG CANCER
- Lung cancer is the single leading cause of cancer death in the country.
- Lung cancer accounts for more deaths than breast, prostate, colon, liver and kidney cancers combined.
- Lung cancer is the second most diagnosed cancer in both men and women.
- The lung cancer five-year survival rate is only 15 percent.
- According to the National Cancer Institute, lung cancer accounted for $10.315 billion in medical costs in 2006 and $36.131 billion in lost productivity in 2005. - Never-smokers and former smokers are also at risk for lung cancer.
Please join TMC in this great cause by donating to our team page or signing up and joining us for the Fight For Air Climb to honor Brenda Diener. We appreciate your generousity and look forward to seeing you on Saturday April 6th!