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Cougars Embrace - Pink in the Rink

By 250 News

Thursday, December 05, 2013 03:58 AM

Prince George, BC – When the  Prince George Cougars hit the ice on Friday, to take on the tri City Americans,  there will definitely be something “different”.

The Cougars will be  wearing new, pink jerseys, as a fundraising event for the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation.

(at right, Northland Dodge's Brent Marshall,  CBCF's Shari MacLellan and  Cougars VP Brandi Brodsky show off   special Pink Jerseys - photo submitted)

The jerseys have been donated by Northland Dodge, and will be auctioned off with all funds raised going to the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation.

“The Cougars have been committed supporters of the breast cancer cause,” said Shari MacLellan, Volunteer Run Director of the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation CIBC Run for the Cure in Prince George. “Proceeds from ‘Pink in the Rink’ are furthering CBCF’s vision of creating future without breast cancer. We hope fans will come out to support the team during this night and bid generously on the pink jerseys.”

The auction will open  on the Cougars’ website    at 7 p.m.  on December 6th and will close on January 22nd at noon.

At the game, CBCF volunteers will be on the concourse providing breast health information and pink SWAG to fans.


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Awesome, the boys will be pleased they look so sweet, and for such a good cause.

Now when will the Cougars also sponsor an event promoting prostate cancer in men?

metalman.
when someone approaches them and asks them to.