2019 Winter Pineapple Classic

Charles Schwab: Team Mud Myeloma

Have Fun. Get Dirty. Save Lives.


Our Team Mud Myeloma, sponsored by Charles Schwab, will be participating in the 14th Annual Winter Pineapple Classic on Sunday, November 10th. We will be competing on behalf of my dad, Russell Sinnott, and others that are affected by and fighting blood cancers. My father continues to courageously fight Multiple Myeloma everyday. 

Please consider supporting this cause with a donation by clicking the 'donate' button above. Our efforts will help make a big difference in the fight against blood cancers. 

If you want to join us in this mud run, register to be part of our team, Charles Schwab: Team Mud Myeloma, by clicking the 'red' register drop down list above and select 'Join a Team'. 

We will have a Schwab Hospitality tent the day of the event. All are welcome to join us to cheer on the team. Spectators are not required to register for the race, they can just come and enjoy the day and festivities. Our tent guests will enjoy coffee, donuts and healthy snacks. They will also have a chance to win prizes via raffle. Please RSVP to justin.sinnott@schwab.com if you plan to attend the event. 

What is the Winter Pineapple Classic?

The Winter Pineapple Classic is a fundraiser 5k(ish) obstacle course at King County's Marymoor Park on 11.10.19. Pineapple is not timed and is a family friendly event. All participants carry a pineapple (provided by Chestnut Hill Farms) and most dress in costume. The more money we raise the more event day perks that are unclocked! Such as a Georgetown Brewing beer garden, a Hawaiian buffet and long sleeved shirt. Although this obstacle course is a test of physical endurance, it pales in comparison to what blood cancer patients endure. All proceeds raised directly benefit The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, and since its inception, this event has raised over $4 million.

Thank you for your time, consideration, and sincere generosity. We Pineapple because beating cancer is in our blood.

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