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Marriott group hotels organize breast cancer awareness walk

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The Budapest Marriott Hotel, the Ritz Carlton, Budapest, the Four Points by Sheraton, Kecskemét and the Matild Palace, Luxury Collection Hotel, Budapest, have organized a "Pink Walk" in the center of Budapest for their employees and guests to raise awareness about the risk of breast cancer and the importance of screening, according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal.

Krisztina Tóth, vice president, and Edit Báródi, secretary of the Health Bridge of the Alliance for Health against Breast Cancer Association also took part in the walk.

Following the event, Zsuzsanna Kiss, HR director of the Budapest Marriott Hotel and János Parti, sales & marketing director of the Budapest Marriott Hotel, handed over a symbolic check in the value of HUF 500,000 donated by the hotel, which will be used to produce their educational videos and content with the aim of teaching women, especially young girls, about breast self-examination and to raise awareness about the dangers of breast cancer.

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