STAMPEDE AUCTIONING PINK JERSEYS
Idaho to wear special jerseys, raising money for breast cancer awareness
BOISE, Idaho, January 14, 2012 -The red and black of the Idaho Stampede will change to pink.
The Idaho Stampede have announced a partnership with St. Luke’s Mountain States Tumor Institute and Boise’s own AuctionFrogs.org to help raise money for breast cancer awareness. The State of Idaho ranks last in the U.S. in mammogram screening – with this auction, all money raised will be funneled to St. Luke’s in hopes of raising awareness in the state, saving the lives of countless women, mothers, daughters, sisters and friends.
The Stampede are holding an online auction on the website, which includes items from the Stampede such as merchandise and once-in-a-lifetime experiences, along with items from the team’s sponsors. The spotlight items will be pink jerseys the team will wear for Feb. 3 and 4 home games against the Rio Grande Valley Vipers. Fans can bid on the jerseys while at CenturyLink Arena during the games by finding the auction kiosk, but the auction will finish online the next night at midnight.
To view the auction and make bids, go to idahostampede.afrogs.org.
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