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Posted January 22, 2015

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APS Goes Red on Feb. 6

Employees are encouraged to participate in National Wear Red Day to raise awareness for women's heart disease.

On Friday, Feb., 6, wear red or turn your workplace into a red event, then snap a picture and send it to us at employee.wellness@aps.edu. 

Your pictures will be posted to the Employee Wellness website. We'll also submit the pictures to the National Wear Red Day website in hopes they get posted there, too.

And we'll post the pictures to the APS Facebook page and submit them for sharing on the national Go Red for Women - American Heart Association Facebook page, too.

Get more information on fighting heart disease.

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