AEG Raises Nearly $20,000 for the American Lung Association Through Company-Sponsored Fight For Air Climb Team

AEG Raises Nearly $20,000 for the American Lung Association Through Company-Sponsored Fight For Air Climb Team

Since 2016 AEG has raised more than $70,000 for the American Lung Association through its participation in Fight For Air Climb Los Angeles event
AEG’s company-sponsored team competes for the fourth consecutive year to raise more $70,000 for the American Lung Association through the Fight For Air Climb on April 6, 2019.

AEG’s company-sponsored team competes for the fourth consecutive year to raise more $70,000 for the American Lung Association through the Fight For Air Climb on April 6, 2019.

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In a combined effort to advance its employees’ health and well-being and support the American Lung Association (ALA), AEG, the world’s leading sports and live entertainment company raised nearly $20,000 for ALA through its involvement with the 2019 Fight For Air Climb in Los Angeles on April 6 – bringing the company’s collective fundraising total over the past four years to more than $70,000 for ALA.

During the event, more than 80 AEG employees gathered to climb 63 flights of stairs in the Aon Center in downtown Los Angeles following fundraising for ALA.

The Fight For Air Climb is an annual fundraiser for ALA to support its mission of furthering lung health education, lung disease research, support, programs, services and advocacy. The event is hosted in prominent skyscrapers across the nation and challenges participants to walk, run or race up hundreds of stairs. Funds raised from the event support research, education and patient programs to help the millions of Americans impacted by asthma, COPD, lung cancer, air pollution and other lunch diseases.

The American Lung Association is the leading organization dedicated to saving lives by improving lung health and preventing lung disease, through education, advocacy and research.