COLD SPRING, Ky. -- Campbell County Red Devils football league will host a "Pink Out" event on Thursday to raise money for breast cancer research.
Tyler Rauch, junior football player of the Campbell County Red Devils, and his mother Mandi have designed the Pink Out t-shirts to be sold throughout the Northern Kentucky football leagues. The team and friends aim to raise $10,000 to donate to St. Elizabeth Cancer Center.
The event will take place at Friendship Park on Alexandria Pike in Cold Spring at 6 p.m. The Red Devils expected to have over 100 supporters on site wearing pink shirts to show support for the cure for breast cancer.
The team hopes that more teams participate and people get involved to make this the biggest breast cancer awareness promotion that they have ever done.
On Oct. 6 at 6 p.m. at six different football field locations (Campbell, Newport, Dayton, LLOYD, Walton and Scott fields) will be a "Pink Out" dedication day where members will wear their pink-out shirts.
Pink is the traditional color for breast cancer awareness and coming up, October is national breast cancer awareness month.
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