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Snowboarding News | Tuesday April 25, 2017 | Shared By: Copper Mountain


  • Boarding for Breast Cancer is the official beneficiary of the Dirty Girl Mud Run at Copper

  • B4BC advocates early detection and a healthy, active and sustainable lifestyle as the best means for breast cancer prevention.


COPPER MOUNTAIN, Colo. — April 25, 2017 — On June 10, Copper Mountain invites women to participate in one of the world’s largest women’s only mud runs to raise awareness for breast cancer. Boarding for Breast Cancer (B4BC), a non-profit foundation that advocates early detection and a healthy, active and sustainable lifestyle as the best means for breast cancer prevention, is the official beneficiary of the 2017 Dirty Girl Mud Run at Copper.

Boarding for Breast Cancer is excited to team up with the Dirty Girl Mud Run at Copper Mountain on June 10,” said Megan Pischke, B4BC marketing, health and wellness manager. “B4BC aligns with the Dirty Girl Mud Run on many levels; comradery, determination, overcoming obstacles, and just plain fun.”

In addition to a portion of registration fees going to B4BC, female participants will have the opportunity to organize a team, fundraise, dress up, win prizes and more.


“The outdoors is our favorite place to share our message and outreach, and we’re thrilled to have B4BC onsite at Copper where we’ll be teaching self-breast exams, serving up some bra pong, hosting a huge raffle and awarding amazing prizes for the top fundraisers and best costumes,” said Pischke.


The Dirty Girl Mud Run is a 5K muddy obstacle course created to inspire women to run, walk, climb, jump and launch their way, hand-in-muddy-hand, to an unabashed sense of accomplishment. The Dirty Girl Mud Run x B4BC partnership is a female-focused event designed to encourage women to get together, get a little muddy and support a worthy cause. Participants are encouraged to make it a girl’s weekend with music, yoga and wine tasting events taking place before and after the main event.


More details including registration and lodging deals are available online at godirtygirl.com/copper.


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Media Note:

Broadcast-quality photos and video of Copper Mountain and Dirty Girl Mud Run are available here. Please credit Tripp Fay, Copper Mountain Resort.


About Copper Mountain

Located just 75 miles west of Denver, Colo. in the heart of the Rocky Mountains, Copper Mountain Resort is an ideal vacation destination with a laid-back, inclusive feeling for all. Three pedestrian-friendly village areas provide a vibrant atmosphere with lodging, retail outlets, restaurants, bars and family activities. During the winter months, Copper’s naturally-divided terrain offers world-class skiing and riding for all ages and abilities. Each summer, the mountain transforms into an unspoiled playground for hikers, mountain bikers and all those seeking a genuine Colorado experience. Copper Mountain Resort boasts a jam-packed event calendar year-round and is home to Woodward Copper – a lifestyle and action sports progression and training facility. Copper Mountain is part of the POWDR Adventure Lifestyle Co. portfolio.


About Boarding for Breast Cancer


Founded in 1996, B4BC empowers young people to make positive choices that promote lifelong wellness through outreach, prevention education and their Survivorship support programs. B4BC aims to eliminate breast cancer deaths in present and future generations by arming women of all ages with the tools necessary to reduce their risks of breast cancer as well as re-occurrence and lead longer, healthier lives. For more information, visit www.b4bc.org. 


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