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Greater Noida hotel hosts Cyclathon in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Delhi – NCR, India: November ’23: Crowne Plaza Greater Noida organised a cyclathon on 29th of October 2023 with the theme “RIDE TOGETHER, FIGHT TOGETHER”. This cyclathon was a heartfelt endeavour aimed at spreading awareness about breast cancer that coincided with Breast Cancer Awareness month. The event saw an encouraging participation from around 300 individuals who joined hands for this noble cause.
The cyclathon commenced at Decathlon, Greater Noida, where participants pedalled their bikes, covering distances of 10 km and 20 km as per their personal preferences. The enthusiasm among the participants was palpable, with some arriving as early as 5 am to position themselves at the starting line, eager to be part of this meaningful event.
The event was supported by Decathlon, Fortis Hospital Greater Noida, Matrix Fight Night, Clear Water, Sparkle Events. The event was executed jointly by the Greater Noida Cycling Association and Crowne Plaza Greater Noida.
Fortis Hospital Greater Noida played a significant role in supporting this event, contributing two ambulances and offering complimentary check-ups for all participants once the cyclathon concluded. In addition, the participants received generous offerings from Crowne Plaza Greater Noida, Decathlon, and Fortis Hospital Greater Noida, including certificates, food and beverage vouchers, medals, medical check-up vouchers, and more. The event also featured healthy food stalls at Crowne Plaza Greater Noida, allowing all participants to rejuvenate themselves after the physical activity.
This program serves as an outstanding means to raise awareness about breast cancer and advocate for further research in this area. Crowne Plaza Greater Noida is committed to continuing such initiatives in the future, collaborating with universities and other institutions in Greater Noida to spread awareness about heart health and cancer.



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