19, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- In July 2013, Walk the Walk will bring The MoonWalk marathon from the United Kingdom to America for the first time to raise awareness and funds for breast cancer causes.
What does WTW stand for?
WTW stands for Walk the Walk
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- Westward Television (England, 1961-1981)
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- Würzburger Tarifverbund (German transport association)
- Wuxi Television (China)
- Wireless Travel Voice Gateway
- W.T.Woodson High School (Fairfax, Virginia)
- Wafer to Wafer (variation)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Breast cancer charity Walk the Walk has granted 31 Paxman Scalp Cooling machines, produced at Fenay Bridge, to five hospitals thanks to money raised through its iconic Power Walking events.
Walk the Walk founder Nina Barough said it was "a proud day".
Organised by the Walk the Walk charity, entrants to the Power Walking event complete a 5k, 10k, or a Half Marathon course from Ashton Court in Bristol in aid of breast cancer causes.
Since 1996, more than 160,000 passionate Power Walkers have walked over three million miles for Walk the Walk A[degrees] the equivalent of trekking to the moon and back more than six times.
The first SunWalk Newcastle is organised by charity Walk the Walk to raise pounds 250,000 and get thousands of women, men and children pounding the streets in September.
The vitality of Sheriff's horn-writing has been making waves for a while in the north, and his soul-jazzy Walk the Walk, with its bebop melody release, and the collectively tussling Sly Dog Blues hit home both for the composing and the blowing.
Youngsters will unite in a Walk the Walk event as the Bishop of Dudley, the Rt Rev David Walker, meets them at the Old Palace, near Worcester Cathedral.