Watch Now: Pink Tutus On Parade at West Kendall Baptist Hospital

(VIDEO: Hear from breast cancer survivor Irma Lopez and Baptist Health employee Tracy Collier about what the Pink Tutu Parade means to them.)

West Kendall Baptist Hospital employees, cancer survivors, community leaders and volunteers “got their pink on” to raise breast cancer awareness during the 2014 Pink Tutu Parade. Funds raised at the event support the Susan G. Komen organization.

The stylish tutus were the must-have fashion accessory for hundreds of men, women and children of all ages as they followed the Baptist Health Embrace Tomorrow truck and the Archbishop Coleman Carroll High School marching band around the hospital campus.

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