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The Winter Pineapple Classic




VIP Mahalo Club - Teams
The Top 5 Fundraising Teams, and the Top 5 Per Capita Fundraising teams to raise the most funds for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society by November 2 will receive an invitation to the VIP Mahalo Club on event day. Only teammates who have met their $50 fundraising minimum by event day will be permitted. VIP Mahalo Club Members receive a series of race day perks that include: private food lines, reserved seating area, VIP beer garden, VIP parking and a commemorative gift.

VIP Mahalo Club - Individuals
All participants raising $1,500 or more will receive an invitation to the VIP Mahalo Club on event day. VIP Mahalo Club Members receive a series of race day perks that include: private food lines, reserved seating area, VIP beer garden, VIP parking and a commemorative gift.

Corporate teams 

For $750 companies will have their logos placed on the back on all event day participant shirts, 5 race entries, 5 food tickets, 5 finisher medals, and access to an exclusive Corporate VIP area with specialty beer tastings from Georgetown and upscale gourmet catered food. 

For $1,500 companies will have their logos placed on the back on all event day participant shirts, naming rights over one obstacle on the race course, 10 race entries, 10 food tickets, 10 finisher medals, and access to an exclusive Corporate VIP area with specialty beer tastings from Georgetown and upscale gourmet catered food.

Promotions
Starting July and running through December, there will be weekly fundraising promotions for a plethora of incentives which include but are not limited to: start times, swag, throwback Winter Pineapple Classic apparel, VIP parking, and vacation packages. Please check and follow our Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram to learn more about all of these amazing promotions.

$50 Fundraising Minimum
All participants 18 years of age and over are required to fundraise a minimum of $50. This is in addition to the $50 registration fee. Participants who do not raise the minimum will not be allowed to participate in future Winter Pineapple Classics. When LLS was founded in 1949, a blood cancer diagnosis was almost always fatal. Most leukemia patients, especially children, died within three months. Even by the mid-1950's, when the first-generation chemotherapy drugs began appearing, the disease remained a stubborn challenge. Thanks in part to innovative research funded by the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS), survival rates have doubled, tripled and even quadrupled for blood cancer patients. LLS is a driving force behind breakthroughs in treating blood cancer patients. For these reasons, it is vital for the Winter Pineapple Classic to maximize participant's fundraising efforts.

Winter Pineapple Classic Fundraising Packet coming soon!