February 5, 2014

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David Smith, quality assurance coordinator; Candace Soliz, client services supervisor; and Courtney Pacina, client services supervisor, at the top of the Tower of the Americas!

For the third straight year, team members from Epic’s San Antonio office laced up their sneakers and climbed the Tower of the Americas for a great cause: Cystic Fibrosis research.

Last Saturday, Courtney Pacina, client services supervisor; Candace Soliz, client services supervisor; and David Smith, quality assurance coordinator, represented Epic at the 29th annual Cystic Fibrosis Tower Climb and Run.

The athletic challenge and fundraising event benefits the Lone Star Chapter of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.

news-san-antonio-texas-cystic-fibrosis-tower-climb-run-communuity-event-adult-home-health-care-pediatric-skilled-nursing-2The event started with a one-mile run before participants filed into the tower’s stairwell for the climb up 73 flights of stairs. The finish line was fittingly located at the top of the 952 steps!

Epic team members had a blast and were excited to see such tremendous support from the community.

“It went very well,” said Courtney. “It was great to see the community’s support for the Foundation and to be a part of supporting such a great cause.”

Way to go, San Antonio!