Exquisite Magazine (EMAC) presents walk against cancer
The Exquisite Magazine against Cancer Walk, (formally called the Exquisite Fashion Party) is an event which has been held quarterly since 2006. EMAC is held to increase the awareness for cervical, breast and prostate cancer and in the process promoting its partners and sponsors.
Every year exquisite has been able to screen a number of people free of charge at the exquisite fashion party with the limited resources available. Instead of a party, the exquisite magazine against cancer walk has been created with the aim of screening even more people. In the last 2 years, 25% of the people screened had early stages of cervical cancer and we aim to help raise more awareness for cancer and highlight the importance of early detection.
The Aim is to continue to increase the awareness for:
– Cervical cancer which kills one woman every hour in Nigeria
– Breast cancer which kills a woman every minute and
– Prostate cancer where eight in ten black men will be affected in their lifetime.’’
Our current partners are LASAA (providing us with 4 billboards where your logo will be placed as well), Mavin Records, Tastee Fried Chicken, Eva water, Power horse, LASTMA, Lise Make up and more. Our media partners are Cool fm, Wazobia fm, Nigeria info, Encomium and city people, Linda Ikeji, Bella Naija, Maestromedia, Power Horse, Adeniran Ogunsanya shopping mall.
Intending Participants should register at the following locations:
All TFC Outlets in;
• Victoria island
• Adeniran Ogunsanya Mall Surulere on the 11th, 18th, and 25th August 2012.
• The Palms Shopping mall Lekki on the 15th of August 2012.
You can also register on the day of the walk by 7am Thank you and we look forward to working with you.
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