The event will be held Saturday at the Convention Center.
"It's a celebration of survivorship. It's a celebration of remembrance of those that we've lost," says the Executive Director of Komen Northeast Ohio Sean Shacklett.
Rain or shine the weather won't put a damper on a things as volunteers get the finishing touches in place. The tents, and stages are up and the decorations of course are pink, giving it that special touch.
"This is a huge milestone for us. We are expecting a great crowd tomorrow rain or shine it's going off no matter what will be out here," says Shacklett.
Thousands of people are expected to pack the field at Mall C of the Convention Center for the Survivors Ceremony.
Susan Biebelhauser is a two year breast cancer survivor and volunteer.
"I just feel that it's very important to give back because I'm happy. I'm considered to be cured and I have the energy to do it, and it's just a wonderful cause to help women and actually men,' says Susan Biebelhauser.
Registration starts at 6am. The race kicks off at 9:15 starting at 6th and Lakeside ending at Lakeside and Ontario.
An event that brings thousands together with a mission to help cure breast cancer.
"I think we can find a cure right here in Northeast Ohio. We've got too many great minds. Too many great dedicated people to not make it happen," says Shacklett.
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