Survivor Contestant "Mama C" Carolyn Rivera Taking On 512 Steps for Lung Disease
Trial Pro is in our 8th year of partnership with the American Lung Association working to save lives by improving lung health and preventing lung disease. Carolyn Rivera, known to Survivor fans as “Mama C”, will be joining the fight against lung disease with the American Lung Association at the 2017 Fight For Air Climb. The Fight For Air Climb charity event challenges participants to race to the top of the Bank of America Center in downtown Orlando. The participants are faced with 25 flights of stairs – a total of 512 steps to the top. Carolyn has a personal connection to the fight against lung disease. Having personal experience with losing a loved one to the battle against lung cancer, Carolyn is more than inspired to tackle the Fight for Air Climb.
As a contestant on Survivor 30: Worlds Apart, Carolyn was described as strong strategic player. Her inner strength and determination brought her to the final tribal council during her season. Carolyn stated that being a contestant on survivor was her dream. She submitted a total of 4 video applications over a course of four years before achieving this dream and finally landing a spot on Survivor 30. This determination contributed to her great success on the show, regardless of being the eldest constant during her season. Life after survivor led Carolyn to continue on a path where she inspires people everyday to accomplish their own dreams through life coaching and inspirational speaking.
Carolyn Rivera will be at the Fight For Air Climb to show her support for the American Lung Association and to also inspire fellow participants to “survive” the 25 flights. Approaching the Climb, Carolyn faces the challenge with a relentless positive attitude. “Each day we are faced with choices, choose to Ignite Your Will To Win!” The Fight For Air Climb will showcase firefighters, law enforcement, family, and friends teams who will climb 25 flights and 512 steps to support the fight against lung disease. Registration is $25per participant and includes a $100 fundraising minimum. For more information or to register please visit www.ClimbOrlando.org, contact firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 407-425-5864.