Pink Out 2014- Fighting Breast Cancer with Pride
Oct 16, 2014 01:25PM ● Published by Mike
Each October Dragon Stadium goes pink for a great cause!
On October 17th, Dragon Stadium goes pink for a great cause.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and when the lights go up on Friday night, October 17th over Dragon Stadium, you’ll notice another color accenting that familiar Dragon green.
As the boys take on the Trinity Trojans in a bid for 7-0, players, coaches, fans, and families will take part in one of Southlake’s most important traditions: the annual Pink Out game. It’s all about raising awareness and funds for a cause close to all our hearts. Fans of both teams are encouraged to wear pink to the game and show their support for the fight against breast cancer, and survivors will be honored on the field during a pregame ceremony.
Throughout the game, Ozarka will distribute 4,000 free pink cozies and bracelets to fans. Additionally, for every bottle of Ozarka Brand 100% Natural Spring Water sold at the Southlake Carroll stadium concessions on Friday night, Ozarka will donate fifty cents to the Baylor Health Care Breast Cancer Fund, with a minimum donation of $1,000 and a maximum donation of $5,000.
“Baylor fights daily to advance breast cancer diagnosis, treatment and care so that families and loved ones do not suffer the unbearable loss of a wife, mother, daughter, sister, aunt, or friend due to this disease,” says Rowland K. Robinson, president of Baylor Health Care System Foundation. “It’s truly inspiring to have the support of Ozarka and the Southlake Carroll Dragon community for this cause – one that touches us all.”
Ozarka brand water can be seen throughout Dragon Stadium for each home game this season, supporting the Southlake Carroll Dragons and the traditions of Friday Night Lights.