If you are training to climb all the stairs inside the iconic Stratosphere Tower on March 2, 2014 as part of the American Lung Association in Nevada’s extreme stair climb Scale the Strat, we have some help for you.
24 Hour Fitness declares Saturday, February 15, 2014 “Scale the Strat Day” at participating clubs around the Las Vegas valley.
That means if you are training for Scale the Strat – or are thinking of signing up! – you can access the stair climbing machines inside participating 24 Hour Fitness clubs for FREE on February 15, 2014 from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. You don’t have to be a member of 24 Hour Fitness to participate.
Simply call the 24 Hour Fitness club closest to you to reserve a 30-minute time slot. Participants must arrive at least 15 minutes prior to their scheduled climb and bring a photo ID.
Participating 24 Hour Fitness Clubs:
Ann Rd Super Sport
5651 Centennial Center Blvd
Summerlin Super Sport
2090 Village Center Circle
Rainbow Super Sport
601 S. Rainbow Blvd
North Las Vegas
2106 W Craig Rd
4480 E. Charleston
Molasky (pay parking, 1 hour validated by club)
100 City Parkway Suite
5035 W. Tropicana Ave
Las Vegas East
2605 S. Eastern Sahara Ave
2893 N. Green Valley Parkway
9875 S. Maryland Parkway
2556 Wigwam Parkway
What is Scale the Strat?
On Sunday, March 2, 2014, hundreds of athletes of all abilities will climb all 108 floors and 1,455 steps inside the iconic Stratosphere Tower, the highest building west of the Mississippi River, to raise money for the American Lung Association in Nevada’s mission of preventing lung diseases and promoting lung health.
Early Bird Registration is $60 for climbers who register before February 16, 2014. Regular and Walk-In Registration is $75 for climbers who register February 17, 2014 to March 2, 2014, the day of the climb. In addition to the registration fee, all climbers are asked to make a minimum fundraising pledge of $150.
Register today or learn more at www.ScaletheStrat.com.
Twitter: @ScaletheStrat Facebook: Facebook.com/ScaletheStrat
About American Lung Association in Nevada: ALAN has been improving the lives of Nevadans since 1916 when it was founded as the Nevada Tuberculosis Association to combat the devastating disease of tuberculosis (TB). Since that time, ALAN has remained constant in the fight against lung diseases and the promotion of lung health. Lung disease is the fourth leading cause of death in America and ALAN is often the first point of contact for individuals with lung disease. ALAN provides practical help and education to people living with asthma, emphysema, and other lung diseases, confronting this disease at the root level by educating kids about the dangers of smoking, providing smoking cessation programs, advocating for smoke-free environments, and working to reduce air pollution.