The Amazing Race hosted by Curves Bluff at the Bluff Shopping Centre on Saturday, 10 November, promises loads of fun. The event will also boost the coffers of PinkDrive, an organisation which does sterling work in
the sector of cancer awareness. To get the contestants up and running in the Amazing Race, clues will be provided at the start of the race. Participants will have to put the puzzle together and follow the route to the winner’s
circle. The event’s focus is on fun and creativity. Prizes worth over R30 000 are up for grabs.

Nandia Blom, the owner of Curves Bluff, said it is important to support the PinkDrive which runs four mobile breast check units. PinkDrive’s volunteers visit disadvantaged communities in various areas in their nine
educational vehicles, where people are provided with access to diagnostic mammography screening, education, physical examinations and advice on how to do breast self-examination. “Curves Bluff has held various fundraisers for breast cancer awareness over the last nine years.
The Amazing Race last year was fantastic. We are pulling out all the stops to make this year’s event bigger and classier. We aim to raise R10 000 for breast cancer awareness this year.


Hyundai Durban South has generously sponsored six drivers and vehicles for the six teams.” she said. The teams will be drawn by the car dealership on Saturday, 3 November, at 11am. The draw will be done via a live video on Facebook,” said Blom. The audience at the draw will have the opportunity to win prizes. PinkDrive volunteers will also be attending the event to do free screenings/breast examinations. To enter a team you must have 4-5 members, a team name and a designated driver. You can book your team at Curves Bluff or online http://qkt.io/amazing-race at R100 per
person.

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