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Legacy Chase at Shawan Downs: An Opportunity to Celebrate, Support, and Grow

August 13, 2019
The 19th annual Legacy Chase event happening on September 28, 2019, at Shawan Downs is an excellent opportunity to support cancer survivorship, build professional relationships, and have some family-friendly fun. This first-class event of exciting steeplechase races is a time-honored tradition in Maryland. Each year, more than 7,000 fans from around the region attend to experience the thrills of Legacy Chase while enjoying Baltimore County's beautiful countryside.

Legacy Chase celebrates cancer survivorship, with proceeds going towards the Sandra & Malcolm Berman Cancer Institute.

Why Hats, Horses & Hope

Hats—represent individuality. Each cancer patient has different needs, concerns, and challenges.

Horses—symbolize strength. It takes a tremendous amount of power to mentally and physically to fight this disease.

Hope—stands for survivorship and cure. The families and friends of those diagnosed have hope of one day finding a cure.

The Legacy Chase event is more than an opportunity to support and celebrate cancer survivors. It's also the ideal place for corporate parties with clients.

Here are five reasons to entertain clients at Legacy Chase this year.

1. Memorable networking

Enjoying a steeplechase race in Baltimore's picturesque horse country guarantees unique and meaningful interactions.

2. Unbeatable branding

Get your company noticed by more than 7,000 event attendees through signage, promotions, or an underwriting opportunity.

3. Family fun

Clients and their employees with kids of all ages can enjoy pony rides, face painting, stick horse races, and more.

4. Value

Ditch the company picnic or expensive giveaways and get a full-day with clients for an average of only $50 per person.

5. Philanthropy

Show clients how much you value the importance of giving back. Proceeds from Legacy Chase benefit GBMC's Sandra & Malcolm Berman Cancer Institute.

GBMC's Cancer Institute goes far beyond medical treatment, scans, and care. It supports survivorship programs, cancer screenings, patient and family counseling, transportation, and more. So, grab your family, pack a cooler, and spend a day with the GBMC community.
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