Go Red For Women
Mar 29, 2018 10:44AM
February 2 // Arden Fair Mall, Sacramento
In honor of National Wear Red Day, the American Heart Association hosted their annual celebration and fashion show, which featured runway looks by Macy’s along with simple ways to “go red,” blood pressure and BMI checks by a nurse from Sutter Health, hands-only CPR lessons, healthy food demos, free samples, and more. The event was meant to raise awareness about the impact of heart disease and stroke on women, which claims the lives of one in three females.
1 American Heart Association (AHA) Heart Walk Director Morgan Stonefelt, AHA Coordinator Kayla Tillis, and AHA Director Julie Lofgren 2 ABC10’s Liz Kreutz and AHA volunteer Vicki Wolf 3 AHA volunteer and heart attack survivor Susan Keeley 4 Dr. Neelu Vallurupalli, AHA spokesperson and director of the Women’s Heart Program at Sutter Heart & Vascular Institute 5 Stroke survivor and AHA volunteer Ann Koenig
Photos by Jordan Seavers of the American Heart Association