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American Heart Association Promotes Upcoming Event on Massachusetts Billboard

The face of heart disease has changed. Today, women are more likely than men to die from heart disease and stroke.

The American Heart Association promoted its Go Red For Women Luncheon on February 27, 2015 using Lamar Advertising Company's billboard space. The billboard, pictured below, is located in Chicopee, Massachusetts.

Go Red Luncheon Billboard Lamar Advertising of Connecticut

Go Red For Women® is the American Heart Association's movement to raise awareness and advocate for more research so that women can live longer healthier lives, free from heart disease and stroke.

The good news is most heart disease and stroke deaths can be prevented. That’s why more and more women are joining forces to make a change in our country through awareness and education.

Go Red For Women is a movement of passionate women who are making heart health their No. 1 priority for themselves, their families and the women we love. Join the millions of women across the country who are using their voices to make a difference. It’s the right cause for your own health and for the women you love.

The 2015 Western MA Go Red For Women® Luncheon on February 27, 2015 is the first step towards making a change. You will meet other passionate and influential women in your community and learn how you can take a step towards making a change in your community.

Learn more about the Western MA Go Red For Women Luncheon »
Meet the volunteers behind the Go Red For Women Luncheon »

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