Ashburn, Va. (October 1, 2014) – The Stone Bridge High School DECA chapter is sponsoring a Pink Week September 29 through October 4.
The purpose of this week is to unite the school in raising awareness and funds for the fight against breast cancer. Pink Week will consist of promoting all athletic events during the week as well as pinking out the home volleyball and varsity football game.
DECA, an association of marketing students, will be selling “We Fight Together” long-sleeve T-shirts, pink spirit beads, breast cancer awareness temporary tattoos and eye blacks, pink silicon wrist bands, pink ribbon sunglasses and pink pompoms. All money raised during Pink Week will be donated to the Loudoun Breast Health Network.
During the home Stone Bridge volleyball game on October 1, DECA will pink out the stands as well as raffle off a pink volleyball. A prize wheel will be utilized to win pink items and various gift cards at the game and during the week at all lunch shifts.
On October 2, DECA will pink out the stadium for the Stone Bridge-Westfield home football game.
Pink merchandise also will be available for purchase in the Spirit box in the main lobby of Stone Bridge. The Spirit Box is a vending machine designed to dispense apparel and accessories that accepts credit, debit and cash.
The Loudoun Breast Health Network (LBHN) is an all-volunteer, non-profit organization. Its goal is to provide support and assistance to Loudoun County residents who have been diagnosed with breast cancer. LBHN’s programs are designed to provide financial and emotional assistance to clients and their families. All of LBHN’s programs are funded by donations.
This Pink Week event is a Stone Bridge DECA Public Relations Chapter Project under the leadership of student members Kate de Steuben, Kyle Ampthor and Blake Kinkoph.