The American Cancer Society’s Coaches vs. Cancer Campaign is thrilled to be launching a state-wide Suits and Sneakers T-Shirt Challenge!
Across the country, and right here in Arkansas, coaches and their spouses are stepping up to help raise awareness for cancer. During the week of January 22-28, 2023, University of Arkansas basketball programs will be participating in the campaign by sporting these shirts and sharing critical information about cancer that can help save lives across our great state.
ACS invites you and your team to join us in these efforts by wearing these shirts to your games the week of January 22-28.
$15-25 from the sale of each Suits and Sneakers shirt sold will go back to the American Cancer Society. These funds will specifically support breast cancer awareness, which is why we are offering two color variations. You can select either for your team to support the campaign, the choice is yours!
If you are interested in finding a sponsor for your shirts, $500 will cover 16 shirts, and the sponsor could then have their logo put on the shirts locally after they arrive to you.
Click here to view and order shirts now!
Sales will CLOSE January 9 to allow time to get the shirts in your hands before the week of January 22.
Click the images below to order your shirts today!
COACHES VS CANCER BACKGROUND
For more than 30 years, the American Cancer Society and the National Association of Basketball Coaches have collaborated to unite basketball coaches and fans through the Coaches vs. Cancer program to defeat a common enemy – cancer. Because of their passion and dedicated support, the impact they’ve made has been felt in communities nationwide.
Through fundraising and education initiative, the Coaches vs. Cancer program has supported the American Cancer Society in helping to save more lives form cancer. In fact, we’ve seen a 31% decline in the cancer death rate since 1991. But the fight is far from over, and we need you on our team.
Don’t sit on the bench. Join in to make a difference in the fight against cancer.