When you think of breast cancer, the color pink comes to mind. We want red to have the same affect, but for heart disease. That’s why it’s important for both women and men to Go Red – not just at home, but all over the country.
Since 2004, many buildings, monuments, landmarks and other popular sites have been illuminated in red during the month of February. While many is great, we can do more.
In recognition of the 10th National Wear Red Day on Feb. 1, 2013, Go Red for Women is challenging every landmark, Main St., organization and home in America to Go Red. We want cities across the country to show their colors and support the fight to end heart disease in women.
Let’s turn the country red and show everyone what’s really burning in our hearts: A desire to extinguish this killer once and for all.