One in three women die of heart disease and stroke, but for many, it can be prevented. Much of that lies in learning about how to prevent heart disease and know the signs and risks, as well.
Today the American Heart Association is raising awareness by designating February 6th to be “Go Red for Women” day. It is a call to action to stand united in the fight on heart disease. It’s a call for women to become success story. A story of survival. The American Heart Association states: “To show us your battle scars and to be proud of the warrior you’ve become.” When we all work together, we have the power to save lives — and that life could be our won.
In a show of support and awareness, the Randall Reed’s Prestige Ford team is decked out in their favorite red garb. “It’s so important that we pause to think about the serious nature of this information and what we can do to help remind others so we can all get more educated and stay healthy,” said Justin Wright, GM/OP of Prestige Ford in Garland (serving Dallas, Rockwall, Mesquite, Richardson, Plano and surrounding cities).
Each year, Prestige gathers together for a family photo to show their grand support and to encourage all the women in their lives — themselves included — to stop, learn and take care of themselves and their heart. To get risk factors, preventative information and how you can participate, visit www.GoRedForWomen.com!
To learn more about Prestige Ford at 3601 S. Shiloh Road (off 635 and Garland Road), visit www.PrestigeGarland.com.