Sunday, September 28, dawned bright and pink and full of hope for the thousands who took part in the Susan G. Komen Colorado Race for the Cure in Denver. Events like Race for the Cure help fund grants to community organizations who provide breast health services to those diagnosed with this disease.
Breast cancer remains the most common form of cancer among women living in the United States. In Colorado, 1 in 7 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime. Most of our lives have been touched by this disease, we know someone, love someone, who has been diagnosed. This is the second year Adigo has participated in the annual race.
Carrie Moore, a member of the Adigo Operations team, said "I feel honored to be part of an organization to have employees that take part in such a great cause."
The pink, the tutus, the smiles, they all inspire us, to lift ourselves up, to go out there, and try to make a difference.
Peggy Snook is a new contributor to our media publications at Adigo. Peggy’s background in Quality Assurance gives her a strong attention to detail, along with insight and patience which helps her to create informational newsletters and blogs. She has volunteered many hours and makes every effort to see the bigger picture of things as well as keep an open mind. Peggy is well-rounded and versatile and is a great asset to the Adigo team!
Each year Adigo selects a charitable or philanthropic organization and grants them a full year of free audio conferencing services. This year, we.
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