We are less than two weeks away now from the start of 24 Hours of Booty.
The 24-hour cycling and walking event in Myers Park is celebrating its 20th year of funding cancer survivorship organizations in our area.
But on Tuesday, we got news of a pretty big honor for one of our own.
WBTV’s Steve Crump will mark three years since his cancer diagnosis on Wednesday.
On Tuesday, he stenciled his name on the side of the official Booty pace car – which he will ride in at the front of the survivor’s lap.
And you can get the name of a loved one stenciled on the car, too in honor of or in remembrance of their fight.
It costs $24. For more information, go to https://bootypacecar.com/
24 hours of booty begins Friday – July 20 at 7 p.m.