Go Red for Women Luncheon - Tucson News Now

Go Red for Women Luncheon

LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) – Heart disease is the greatest health threat women face, so the American Heart Association is issuing a call to raise awareness and empower women with the knowledge they need to take charge of their health.

Go Red for Women is the association's national call for women to make the right choices to change the statistics and save lives.

This year's Go Red for Women Luncheon will be held Friday, May 18 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Kentucky International Convention Center at 221 s. Fourth Street.

Tickets are $125 each and include an educational breakout session, networking exhibits, free health screenings, a heart-healthy lunch, Macy's Survivor Fashion Show and HBO comedian Jan McInnis, the keynote speaker. WAVE 3's Dawne Gee will serve as one of the event's emcees.

Click here to order tickets.  

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