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“Increase your endurance and become a longer and stronger runner by participating in the Philadelphia Fight for Air Climb.”
The 13th Annual Fight for Air Climb Philadelphia is returning to the city on March 30, 2019 and the American Lung Association is challenging the community to fight for healthy air and lungs!
Standing 739 Feet, Three Logan Square is one of Philadelphia’s landmark skyscrapers. The 57-story red granite tower is located in the heart of Philadelphia’s Central Business District and boasts a significant skyline presence. Fight for Air Climb participants will race up 50 of the 57 floors, over 1,088 steps and will feel how it is to live with lung disease. Century Climbers are even bold enough to take on the stair climb twice!
We know a lot about lung disease, but there is so much we don’t know. Your participation will raise lifesaving funds to provide education, research and advocacy to our community. Participants are required to pay a registration fee and raise a minimum of $100. Can’t climb, but want to enjoy the day with us? Register as a virtual climber and we’ll waive your registration fee and you’ll still get a t-shirt!
Join us on the morning of Saturday, March 30th at Three Logan Square for the Climb for your life! After the climb, friends, family, participants and sponsors are invited to the City Tap House for awards and celebration. Participants will receive complimentary food and drink specials.
For more information on the stair climb and how you can help make a world free of lung disease, visit action.lung.org/phillyclimb or call 610-268-9786.
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