Custom 45ft Inflatable Angle Arch – AIDS Walk Los Angeles

AIDS Walk Los Angeles is on Sunday, October 12, 2014 in West Hollywood Park. Register at or call (213) 201-WALK (9255)

Custom 47ft Inflatable Angle Arch – Missoula Marathon

Get ready for the next Missoula Marathon on Sunday, July 13, 2014. Missoula Marathon equals three days of fun, laughter, runs and races, happiness, and personal accomplishments. The Missoula Marathon is put on by the local running club, Run Wild Missoula. Run Wild Missoula promotes and supports running and walking as sports for people of all ages and abilities.

50ft Inflatable Angle Archway – Komen Race for the Cure Amarillo

The Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure® Series, the largest series of 5K runs/fitness walks in the world, raises significant funds and awareness for the fight against breast cancer, celebrates breast cancer survivorship and honors those who have lost their battle with the disease. Since its inception in 1983, the Komen Race for the Cure series has grown from one local Race with 800 participants to a global series of more than 120 Races with more than 1 million people expected to participate in 2012.

The Komen Race for the Cure is a unique event, designed and implemented to promote positive awareness, education and early detection of breast cancer.  It has proved to be an enormously effective way to reach many women and men with the message that breast cancer is not necessarily fatal if mammography and breast self-exam become routine. As well as being a road race for runners, the Komen Race for the Cure is an emotionally charged event that attracts many first timers and recreational runners. The Komen Race for the Cure is an opportunity for thousands of women, men and their families, running or walking, to spread the breast cancer message within their communities.

Up to 75 percent of the funds raised at the Race remain here in the Komen Greater Amarillo Affiliate to provide breast health research, diagnostics, screening, treatment, services and education for uninsured or underinsured women.  The remaining 25 percent goes to fund national research to discover the causes of breast cancer and, ultimately, its cures.