SPOKANE-- The annual Coaches vs. Cancer event is just days away, and there is still plenty of time for people to get involved.
The event raised more than $5.4 million for the American Cancer Society over the last 11 years ago, and a large portion of that money stays in the Inland Northwest.
This year, organizers hope to reach the $1 million mark for Camp Good Times in Post Falls. They also hope everyone will walk away with more awareness.
“If anyone hearing this is overdue for a physical or mammogram, I encourage you to get it done. Get it scheduled,” organizer Marcy Few said.
Coaches v. Cancer offers events throughout the weekend, including golf and a comedy show held at the Fox. It will also offer plenty of food and feature some talent from ESPN.
The typically black tie event is a bit more casual this year. Attendance is expected to triple this year because of it.
Tickets start at $75. To buy them, click here.