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I got up early Saturday to drive to Madison for theSusan G. Komen Race for the Cure. I was to set up the RE/MAX cold air inflatable, a little advertising for a national sponsor of the race. As long as I drove all that way and had to be there I might as well volunteer my time... and get the free volunteer t-shirt.
After setting up the inflatable I bounced from job to job; first helping with shuttle buses, then photographers, setting up chairs, and finally just taking down banners.
The Race for the Cure is a hugely popular fundraising race and walk with over 10,000 participants; more than 800 of which are survivors of breast cancer. The weather was great so all the teams of racers and walkers were in good spirits.
It was quite a good experience and great cause to partake in. Glad I went.