|Published:||Oct 13, 2010 5:44 AM EDT|
|Updated:||Oct 13, 2010 12:45 PM EDT|
LEE COUNTY, Fla. - Radiology Regional Center is working with the Edison and throwing an event to support a local non profit organization. The event is on October 13th from 5:30-8:30pm.
RRC is providing digital screening mammograms on site at the Edison.
Women will have an opportunity to have their mammogram done on a new "Mobile Mammo Coach." 20 minutes is all it takes. It's being introduced to the community and no better time like the present with October being Breast Cancer Awareness month.
Here are the details of the event:
Mobile Mammography - digital screening mammograms available on site at the Edison call 239-936-2316 to schedule an appointment, insurance accepted and or discounted self pay pricing- provided by Radiology Regional Center.
Director of Women's Imaging, Dr. Mary Kay Peterson will be attending the event and speaking on behalf of the importance of screening mammograms.
Education, vendors, giveaways and the "Prettiest in Pink" contest, complimentary signature "pinktini's", 50/50 raffle
The world renowned Artist Leoma Lovegrove with her Collaborative Survivor Painting Wall
Signature "THINK PINK" t- shirt specifically designed for this event, proceeds to the non profit organization along with portion of sales from Edison that evening
Photographer for pictures with the Estero Calendar Firefighters and calendars on sale with autographs if requested.
The Edison is also offering VIP parking and a $50 Gift Card to participants, who have a pink vehicle to display, must provide a picture of their vehicle prior & an RSVP to 239-936-9348.
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