The Lodge & Spa at Brush Creek Ranch, a Preferred Boutique Hotel and Orvis Endorsed Fly-Fishing Lodge that is setting the new standard in all-inclusive dude ranch resorts announced today that they will host an exceptional weekend, “Cowgirl Up for the Cure,” to take place October 3 to 6 and benefitting the Denver Affiliate of Susan G. Komen. During this ladies-only all-inclusive weekend, guests will enjoy a variety of special activity-based and educational programs on the 15,000-acre Brush Creek Ranch as well as a performance by a Country Music Association performing artist.
“We are excited and honored to partner with the Denver Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for our ‘Cowgirl Up for the Cure’ package,” said Michael Williams, COO and Executive Vice President of The Lodge & Spa at Brush Creek Ranch. “This is a great opportunity for us to help raise money and awareness for the foundation, and breast cancer while bringing women of all backgrounds together for a weekend of bonding, education and – most importantly - fun.”
The Lodge & Spa at Brush Creek Ranch’s “Cowgirl Up for the Cure” package highlights includes:
* Well-appointed lodging, including cabin suites and residences;
* Various Ranch activities including horseback riding, fly fishing, shooting range, hiking, biking and much more;
* Educational programs focused on health, wellness and cancer prevention;
* Nightly entertainment, including a CMA entertainer to be announced, plus a Boot Scootin’ Barn Dance;
* Gourmet Rocky Mountain cuisine;
* Special guest speakers including Michele Ostrander, CEO for the Denver Metropolitan Affiliate of Susan G. Komen and Sharon Day, Director of Nutrition at * * Cancer Treatment Centers of America in Phoenix;
* Rejuvenating fitness and wellness spa offerings.
This ladies-only weekend will kick off on Thursday, October 3, with a Boot & Jewelry Trunk Show, followed by participation in a wide variety of Ranch activities. On Friday, guests will hear a presentation about the importance of healthy lifestyle and nutrition in the prevention of breast cancer. Later they can enjoy sunrise yoga, a variety of ranch activities, cocktail and hors d’oeuvres hour, and a performance by a country artist to be named. On Saturday, guests will learn about the importance of early screening as well as the latest news on breast cancer treatment, followed by a variety of activities, and the Boot Scootin’ Barn Dance. The weekend will conclude on Sunday with a Ranch breakfast featuring a breast cancer patient sharing her story of how her best friend acted as a co-survivor and “wing woman” during her journey.