Zombie Walk proceeds go to programs and services provided by the Arizona Hemophilia Association.
The Arizona Hemophilia Association has been honored to host the Zombie Walk the last two years. After looking at last year’s event, we are sad to announce that we must bury the Zombie Walk for 2018. This was a very difficult decision, but due to low attendance, and increasing costs we must take the time to reevaluate for 2019.
We know this ghastly news is hard to take in, but we look forward to finding collaborative solutions so that we can bring the event back in the future better than ever, for the benefit our bleeding disorder community and the Downtown Phoenix community. It has been our privilege to be involved with this event, and we are thankful for the positive public response and support of the Arizona Hemophilia Association. Thank you to Downtown Phoenix, AZ Inc. for allowing us to re-imagine the event after running it for 7 years. Just like the undead creatures the Zombie Walk celebrates, it could rise again next year, and we encourage the community to reach out to us about ways to wake the dead again in 2019.
The Arizona Hemophilia Association will continue to host the extremely popular My Nana’s Salsa Challenge, and we hope you will join us in April for all-you-can-eat chips and salsa, margaritas and more!
All Zombie Walk proceeds go to producing the event and for programs and services provided by the Arizona Hemophilia Association.
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