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February 6, 2012

And again, I apologize for the excruciatingly long delay in Undy blog posts! The past few months have been a relay of sorts.


We had the Dallas Undy on Oct. 29, with about 800 folks clad in their Undies or costumes who helped raise almost $120,000! A portion of these funds are going to the Mary Crowley Cancer Research Centers, which supports colorectal cancer screening programs that target the under- and uninsured populations.


Then there was the DC Undy on a (very) chilly and (very) dark morning on Nov. 5. Almost 380 people came dressed in their warmest Undies to run the gorgeous route adjacent to the Potomac River. And they raised about $100,000!

One of the more artistic outfits we've had in a while!


The 2nd Annual Atlanta Undy 5000 broke – nay – shattered last year’s records with more than 500 participants and almost $100,000 raised on Nov. 12! This is a venue that really couldn’t get much better.


And to round out 2011, on Nov. 19, the Phoenix Undy 5000 became the highest-grossing Undy 5000 EVER – with just over 1,300 people raising over $150,000 in the fight against colon cancer!! A portion of these funds were left behind to support colon cancer screening programs of the Arizona Department of Health Services Fit at Fifty HealthCheck Program!

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