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It's Tuesday-----let's party.

Tuesday's have become the new Saturday in Aspen.  That's because Tuesday is the day that Michael Fox of THE ASPEN CLUB likes to throw down. 

So if you're in Aspen and 1637062-1667071-thumbnail.jpgyou're reading this ----get on over to The Aspen Club, TODAY between 5 pm and 8pm---- for eats, drinks, and a kick A$$ D.J.   Tuesday's with Michael is a FREE family friendly event, on the outdoor deck at the club.        Repeat: FREE!     BIG time DJ Brian Howe, who spins his own show on XM Radio will be in da house to keep it groovin'. 

Each Tuesday with Michael will raise awareness for a different local non-profit organization (NPO).  We've been told that there will be "no direct solicitations" at the event, it's just a PARTY----- BIG fun.   So bring everybody to The Aspen Club today to help create synergy for many worthwhile NPO's in  Aspen.

Tonight's bash will honor  Komen / Aspen , the local affiliate of the nation-wide organization that is fighting to cure breast cancer.   Susan G. Komen for the Cure, has 125 affiliate offices and more than 100,000 activists across the country.  Komen started as a "grass roots" organization, just like us ---that's one reason why we love it so much.   Since 1982,  Susan G. Komen for the Cure has funded more than $1billion to help find a cure for breast cancer.  Breast cancer affects 1 out of every 8 women.

pink.jpgKomen / Aspen will be hosting their super-popular Race for the Cure on July 19, 2008 @ 8.30 am.  The 5K event runs along the gorgeous Rio Grande Trail.  The Race for the Cure is so family friendly, that they even have  a "doggie division".   Click:  Komen / Aspen for all the details.  The serious freaks will be shooting to crack the 16 minute mark, but everybody else will go at their own pace, competitive or social.  More than 2000 racers will participate in Aspen raising more than $500,000.   75% of the money raised here, is employed locally, while 25% goes to Komen / National for groundbreaking R & D. 

It's not to late to PINK UP


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