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Annual Heart Walk to Benefit the American Heart Association

Biloxi, MS – Tulane’s School of Continuing Studies MS Coast Campus today announced that it will hold its annual Heart Walk to benefit the American Heart Association on Saturday, April 11. The Heart Walk will start at 9:45 AM.

Participants will meet in front of the Tulane MS Coast Campus at 9:30 AM where they will proceed to make two laps around the inside of the Edgewater Mall. There is a $5 registration fee. Each registered walker will receive a T-shirt and lunch along with a goody bag including water and snacks.

Interested walkers are encouraged to pre-register at the Campus. Although participants may register on the morning of the Heart Walk, only those who are pre-registered are guaranteed a T-shirt. Following the Heart Walk, the Tulane MS Coast Campus will hold a Silent Auction. Proceeds from the Heart Walk and auction will go directly to the American Heart Association whose staffers will be at the Heart Walk to provide information on heart disease.

This year’s Heart Walk Corporate Sponsor is Praetorian Health Services. Anyone interested in participating in the Heart Walk should contact Tulane’s MS Coast Campus in the Edgewater Mall at (228) 388-5769, or visit the school’s website at

About Tulane’s MS Coast Campus

Tulane University is ranked in the “Top 50” universities in America and is the only such-ranked university in the region. As with all degrees from Tulane, a degree from Tulane’s School of Continuing Studies enjoys a national and international reputation that will continue to grow in value and prestige. The faculty members are professionals in their fields. Most are actively practicing, and all hold advanced degrees. The MS Coast Campus has been serving the educational needs of the coastal community since 2002, and it currently offers undergraduate degrees in Applied Business, Homeland Security, Media Arts, Applied Computing, Health and Wellness, Social Science, Humanities, and a Master of Liberal Arts.



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