MISSISSAUGA, ON, Sept. 14, 2012 /CNW/ - Join Sears Mississauga Square One to welcome and cheer on the 27 cyclists that began a marathon 17 - day ride across Canada on September 5, 2012, to raise money and awareness for the fight against childhood cancer. The cyclists are traveling from Vancouver to Halifax on behalf of the Sears Canada Charitable Foundation and the Coast to Coast Against Cancer Foundation, who support children living with and beyond cancer.
The Sears National Kids Cancer Ride National, Relay and Ride-Along Cyclists
Calvin McDonald, President and CEO of Sears Canada
Annaleise Carr, the youngest swimmer to cross Lake Ontario
Dr. Abha Gupta, Staff Oncologist at the Hospital For Sick Children
Nicole Waddell, a SickKids patient, who will speak about living with and beyond cancer
Jeff Rushton, Co-Founder of Coast to Coast Against Cancer Foundation
Saturday, September 15th 2012. 1:00 P.M.
Sears Mississauga Square One
100 City Centre Drive, Mississauga, Ontario
Northwest Parking Lot
Sears Mississauga Square One and the local community will welcome the cyclists of the Sears National Kids Cancer Ride, the longest charity cycling event of its kind in the world, on behalf of the fight against childhood cancer. The event will include refreshments, music and other family entertainment to support this worthy charity.
SOURCE: Sears Canada Inc.
For further information:
Alicia Richler, Sears Canada