Stand Up To Cancer (SU2C) is excited to announce Jillian Michaels, one of the nation’s leading health and wellness experts, will participate on behalf of SU2C in the Night Nation Run on Saturday, October 24th.
The running 5k music festival, will take place at the StubHub Center in Carson, CA. Stand Up To Cancer, a program of the Entertainment Industry Foundation, has been named the official charitable beneficiary of the Night Nation Run. The Running Music Festivals will be held in over 30 cities across the U.S. in 2015 and 2016.
Similar to Michaels’ message of wellness, staying active and having fun, the Night Nation Run’s goal is to make a lasting impact by supporting SU2C and its innovative cancer research in a variety of ways through its races. Additionally, runners can create teams to help fundraise for SU2C through the SU2C website at www.su2c.org/nightnationrun.
“I’m proud to be involved with Stand Up To Cancer and join the Night Nation Run,” said Jillian Michaels. “Cancer is a disease that impacts all of us. Through opportunities like this run, we can team up and work together to lead stronger, healthier lives. This event provides people across the country with an easy, fun and active way to truly give back and make a difference in the fight against cancer.”
“We are so grateful to Jillian Michaels for joining this Night Nation Run on behalf of Stand Up To Cancer,” said Sue Schwartz, Co-Founder, Stand Up To Cancer. “Her inspiring approach to living a healthy, fit lifestyle while also having fun is a perfect fit for our collaboration with the Night Nation Run.”
“We are so excited to have Jillian Michaels join Night Nation Run in support of our Official Charitable Beneficiary, Stand Up To Cancer,” said Carly Moskowitz, Director of Marketing for Night Nation Run. “Together we can continue to utilize Night Nation Run as a platform to allow our participants to contribute to innovative cancer research, all while celebrating music in a fun environment.”
The Night Nation Run music festival is a 5K filled with lights, lasers, beats and music. For more info about where and when you can take part, click here.