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Flaster/Greenberg Participates in 'Wear Red Day' to Benefit the American Heart Association

Flaster/Greenberg Participates in 'Wear Red Day' to Benefit the American Heart Association

On Friday, February 7, 2014 Flaster/Greenberg participated in a nationwide 'Wear Red Day' in an effort to support the American Heart Association's Go Red movement. Each employee interested in participating was given a 'Go Red Dress' lapel pin for their contribution. All money raised for 'Wear Red Day' will be donated to the American Heart Association's Go Red movement.

The American Heart Association’s Go Red movement is a program that builds awareness, urges women to take action to reduce their risk of heart disease and raises necessary funds for vital research and education. Before the American Heart Association introduced the Go Red campaign, people were unaware of the impact that heart disease has on our female population. For more information on the American Heart Association's Go Red movement, click here.

Did you know heart disease, stroke and other cardiovascular diseases are the NUMBER ONE leading causes of death among women? One in every 3 female deaths in the United States is due to cardiovascular disease.

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