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Stair Climb MS
Stair Climb MS
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Date(s) - 11/16/2013
10:00 am - 1:00 pm

Climb to create a world free of Multiple Sclerosis! Stair Climb MS is a unique event where participants climb 16, 32 or 64 floors to the top of the Oceanaire Resort Hotel at the Virginia Beach Oceanfront.

Team up for more fun or climb in costume!

Registration Fee: $50 Non-Competitive (Non-Timed) $65 Competitive (Timed) (Registration fee counts toward prize levels)

All climbers will receive a 2013 Stair Climb MS t-shirt and medal.

Fund Raising Levels: Reach one of these levels and receive a special prize! $150-Kilimanjaro Level $300-McKinley Level $500-K2 Level $1,000-Everest Level & Thousandaire Club No minimum fund-raising goal is required, but fund-raising is encouraged

For More information and to register visit: http://eventvar.nationalmssociety.org/site/PageServer?pagename=GEN_VAR_homepage2

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