San Diego Chosen to Help With Fight Against Alzheimers


San Diego, along with Philadelphia and Indianapolis, has been chosen to host a QUASH Event for the Alzheimer’s Association. QUASH (Quest to Unravel Alzheimer’s – Scavenger Hunt) will take place in San Diego on Saturday, June 14th.

The scavenger hunter will take your team of four members throughout San Diego, providing an unforgettable adventure through city landmarks and hidden hotspots. Your team will complete challenges and solve puzzles in a race against the clock – and your opponents – to emerge victorious.

The registration fee for each individual is $25 and teams must collect a minimum of $200 in donations. So get together with coworkers, alumni groups, friends, and family to help researchers find a cure for Alzheimer’s.

Alzheimer’s affects 13% of people over the age of 65 according to the most recent Alzheimer’s statistics published by the Alzheimer’s Association. Considering the number of aging Baby Boomers, scientists are going all-out to find cures for this mentally disabling disease. Let’s show the Alzheimer’s Association they made a good choice to pick San Diego in their efforts to help the fight against Alzheimer’s Disease. Sign up for the QUASH Challenge today.

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