EDIFICE Returns to the Booty Loop
Charlotte, N.C. — This past weekend marked the second year Edifice joined the fight against cancer and participated in the annual 24 Hours of Booty held in the beautiful Myers Park neighborhood of Charlotte, North Carolina.
This 24-hour cycling event raises money to support patient navigation and survivorship programs at the Levine Cancer Institute, Levine Children’s Hospital and the LIVESTRONG Foundation.
Riding in a designated 2.9 mile loop, known as the Booty Loop, cyclists are encouraged by residents and fans lining the way with cheering and clanging cow bells. Tod Creech, the Edifice Team Captain, led our team of 27 riders to clock approximately 1,200 miles. With the help of generous partners and their contributions we surpassed our fundraising goals, raising $23,316.
Thank you to all who supported the Edifice team and this great cause.
For more photos of our event, visit our album on Facebook : 24 Hours of Booty | An Amazing Ride
To learn more about 24 Hours of Booty, visit their website: 24hoursofbooty.org