Irvnie BMW Announces Sponsorship for PCRFS Cinco De Mayo 

Irvine BMW is pleased to announce it has donated $10,000 to the Pediatric Cancer Research Foundation (PCRF) in support of the organization’s 2011 Cinco De Mayo Half Marathon.

The Cinco De Mayo Half Marathon is an annual event dedicated to raising funds and awareness for PCRF. This year the event will take place on Sunday, May 1, at the Irvine Spectrum.

As a sponsor of the event, Irvine BMW will be presenting the 5K run/walk. Irvine BMW has been a proud sponsor of the PCRF organization since 2010. As a thank you for its constant support, PCRF rewarded Steve Rudkin, Irvine BMW’s General Manager with an appreciation award.

“I was very touched to have received an Appreciation Award,” said Steve Rudkin, Irvine BMW General Manager. “The PCRF is an organization that impacts the lives of many individuals in our community. We will continue to support their work and help them spread awareness. This marathon is a great family event that we hope will greatly benefit the organization,” he said.

Irvine BMW will not only be sponsoring the event, but will also have a team dedicated to participating in the event itself. The local community is invited to attend the family event. Racers, runners, bikers and walkers are encouraged to participate in the event and make a pledge. Those interested in doing so can register online at cincodemayohalfmarathon.org.

For more information about PCRF, visit pcrf-kids.org.

 

Irvine BMW is an Avid Supporter of the Pediatric Cancer Research Foundation 

Irvine BMW is proud to continue its support of the Pediatric Cancer Research Foundation in Orange County in its efforts to continue cancer research to find a cure.


The Pediatric Cancer Research Foundation’s main goal is to improve the quality of life of children with cancer and increase the survival rate of children battling cancer by conducting research, testing new medication and better educating the community on the different types of cancer that affect young children.

Currently Burkitt’s lymphoma is one of the most common forms of childhood non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma. Twenty-years ago cancer patients with Burkitt’s lymphoma had two and a half years of treatment with a 40% survival rate. Through careful research and new medicine the treatment period has gone down to two and a half months and the survival rate has increased to a 95% survival rate.

The change in medicine treatment and survival rate resulted from research conducted through research funded by the Pediatric Cancer Research Foundation, which was also conducted by Dr. Mitchell Cairo in Orange County, and in many other areas of the world. 

“Knowledge is one of the most power medicines against cancer. The Pediatric Cancer Research Foundation focuses on educating the public about cancer, and raises money to continue intensive research,” said Irvine BMW’s General Manager, Steve Rudkin. “Due to their hard work and their effort to help better our local community, we’re proud to support such a great organization”.

The treatments developed by Pediatric Cancer Research Foundation are considered the standard for treating children with Burkitt’s lymphoma. Because of funds provided to the organization through sponsorships and donations, more research can be conducted and more treatments can become available.

Pediatric Cancer Research Foundation funds research in a number of different areas of pediatric cancer including leukemia, lymphoma, neuroblastoma, and brain tumors to name a few.

Irvine BMW Continues to be an Avid Supporter of the Pediatiric Cancer Research Foundation 

Irvine BMW is proud to continue its support of the Pediatric Cancer Research Foundation in Orange County in its efforts to continue cancer research to find a cure.

The Pediatric Cancer Research Foundation’s main goal is to improve the quality of life of children with cancer and increase the survival rate of children battling cancer by conducting research, testing new medication and better educating the community on the different types of cancer that affect young children.

Currently Burkitt’s lymphoma is one of the most common forms of childhood non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma. Twenty-years ago cancer patients with Burkitt’s lymphoma had two and a half years of treatment with a 40% survival rate. Through careful research and new medicine the treatment period has gone down to two and a half months and the survival rate has increased to a 95% survival rate.

The change in medicine treatment and survival rate resulted from research conducted through research funded by the Pediatric Cancer Research Foundation, which was also conducted by Dr. Mitchell Cairo in Orange County, and in many other areas of the world. 

“Knowledge is one of the most power medicines against cancer. The Pediatric Cancer Research Foundation focuses on educating the public about cancer, and raises money to continue intensive research,” said Irvine BMW’s General Manager, Steve Rudkin. “Due to their hard work and their effort to help better our local community, we’re proud to support such a great organization”.

The treatments developed by Pediatric Cancer Research Foundation are considered the standard for treating children with Burkitt’s lymphoma. Because of funds provided to the organization through sponsorships and donations, more research can be conducted and more treatments can become available.

Pediatric Cancer Research Foundation funds research in a number of different areas of pediatric cancer including leukemia, lymphoma, neuroblastoma, and brain tumors to name a few.

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