Saturday, August 17th at 6:30pm
Downtown Greenville Theatre on College Street

Inaugural Event will feature teams of survivors, community leaders and providers competing for the title of Lip Sync Champion!

Capitalizing on the popularity of the National TV celebrity show “Lip Sync Battle”, the Cancer Survivors Park Alliance will hold its inaugural Sync for Survivors! Lip sync battle and fundraising competition on Saturday, August 17th at 6:30pm at the downtown Greenville Theatre on College Street.

The unique event will include local survivors, Upstate “celebrities,” and a diverse group of community leaders and CSPA supporters lip syncing and dancing with their teams to many of your favorite tunes!   Performers will compete for the individual and team fundraising titles and will be coached by professional dancing instructors from Lindley Meyer Gulledge’s SHOCK dance theatre. Unlike the average charity party, SYNC FOR SURVIVORS! will be an engaging and interactive event.

The evening will be fast-paced and entertaining with drinks and heavy appetizers served throughout the event by Larkin’s Catering.  SYNC FOR SURVIVORS! will be a fun filled night you don’t want to miss benefiting all those touched by cancer.

Thank you for your patience as we refine the sponsorships, voting and support options that will be available soon!

About the Cancer Survivors Park Alliance

The Cancer Survivors Park Alliance (CSPA) is a 501 (C)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to changing the way we live with cancer.  Our mission is to serve as a catalyst for collaborative activities that engage, educate, empower and enhance the lives of anyone touched by cancer and to ensure the sustainability of the Cancer Survivors Park as the central venue for carrying out that mission. The Cancer Survivors Park (CSP) is a 6.8-acre park along the Swamp Rabbit Trail in downtown Greenville serving over 1Million visitors a year.  CSP blends gathering spaces and natural walkways to provide a place of renewal and healing for anyone who visits. The park includes a Center for Hope & Healing survivorship education center and celebration pavilion atop the building with a Beacon of Hope spire that lights up nightly with that month’s color of cancer awareness.  Specialty gardens, sculptural and educational elements with connections to numerous community programs are also vital to the programs in CSP. More information is available on the Cancer Survivors Park Alliance Website.

Kay Roper, CSPA Executive Director
(864) 444-8063 – cell
(864) 255-5010 – office