Join the 27th annual AIDS Walk Miami
|Last year's walk, Alexia Echevarria, Real Housewife of Miami with her two sons|
Care Resource presenting the 27th Annual AIDS Walk Miami: One Step Closer to a Cure on Sunday, April 26, at the Miami Beach Convention Center located (1901 Convention Center Drive in Miami Beach).
For this year’s walk, David Bromstad, right, American designer and television personality has been chosen as Grand Marshal and Robbin Simmons, Emmy award-winning reporter and co-anchor of the weekend editions of 7 NEWS at 5, 6, & 10 with Jeff Lennox has been chosen as the Master of Ceremonies.
|A happy walker at left; at right: Nicholas Regueiro, a UM student and his friend Jonathan.|
“Early detection and treatment can prolong lives for many. We can truly change the course of this epidemic when we're all in it together. Let's make the 2015 AIDS Walk Miami the biggest, best and most profitable!" says Robbin Simmons.
As new HIV infection rates in Miami-Dade and Broward still rank the highest in the nation, members of the South Florida community are stepping up to do what they can to reduce this epidemic.
“I am proud to represent all the amazing people on Team Bubbles that have been supporting the entire community endlessly for years. We walk in memory of the millions that have been lost, the millions that are currently afflicted and the hope for a generation to come that will not have to face HIV and AIDS. The time is now to help to stop the stigma and to find a cure," said Dr. Ken Wilcox, Bubbles Team Captain.
“As Former Vice Mayor of Miami Beach it was always my pleasure to welcome the many volunteers and participants to the AIDS Walk every year. I have lost many friends over the years to this horrible disease. Now we have more hope than ever for a cure as researchers have announced major steps forward in the battle against AIDS and the HIV virus. While we wait for a cure there are still millions impacted by AIDS and HIV. It is my great hope that this global pandemic, which has killed so many be eradicated in the near future. I urge you to join me at the AIDS Walk and in pledging your support," says Michael C. Gongora, Becker & Poliakoff, Former Vice Mayor of Miami Beach.
To register, start a team and for walk information, visit www.aidswalkmiami.org.
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