Paragon Aviation Group’s “Fly for a Cure” breast cancer awareness campaign concluded with a $2,400 donation to the National Breast Cancer Foundation, Inc. The annual “Fly for a Cure” campaign aims to raise awareness and money during the entire month of October with the help of their teddy bear mascots – Theodore, Captain Romeo and Miss Juliet.
For each FBO that the mascots visited, Paragon made a donation to the National Breast Cancer Foundation, Inc. and came close to doubling their donation from 2020. Theodore continued his journey from last year with Paragon Flight Training Co., an award-winning, nationally recognized flight academy based at Page Field Airport (KFMY) in Fort Myers, FL who generously donated $1,000.
While Theodore stayed busy training pilots in Florida, Captain Romeo started his U.S. leg at Ross Aviation – Scottsdale (KSDL) and Miss Juliet stayed overseas touring Europe with Luxaviation Group’s fleet.
Paragon would like to thank everyone in the aviation community who assisted the three mascots along their journeys and helped them “Fly for a Cure”! For more information or to make a donation, visit www.flyforacure.net.
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