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Thursday, January 30, 2014

Giveaway: Knott's For the Cure {Two} Tickets #KnottsPink

Disclosure: I was given tickets by GigaSavvy to giveaway for this post.

I am so excited to share that Knott's Berry Farm is teaming up with 
Susan G. Komen Orange County to raise money for 
breast cancer awareness, services and research.
During February 1st thru March 31st visitors can purchase a special
"Pink Tickets" for theme park admission 
and limited edition specially designed "pink" merchandise.

Did you know that in Orange County, one in eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer?
I've already had a sweet friend in my life here in Orange County
be the one. She beat the cancer, but it makes me wonder who the next one
will be and how I can help get research and services funded to help when it does.
Since the Komen's inception 33 years ago, the survival rate for breast cancer
has risen dramatically. This is thanks to the funding of new research
and treatments that detect breast cancer in its earliest and most curable stage.
Susan G. Komen Orange County provides mammograms for uninsured women
and works with other organizations to bring breast health information to
people throughout the country.

Lisa Wolter, Executive Director of the Komen Orange County Affiliate said,
 “It is wonderful to see Snoopy hugging Woodstock on top of the logo for Knott’s Berry Farm 
for the Cure benefiting Susan G. Komen Orange County.
This partnership will raise much needed funds for mammograms and breast health outreach, 
and it shows the warmth and caring embrace we can all extend to women 
and families going through their struggle with breast cancer.”

To kick off this fantastic promotion, Knott's Berry Farm donated $25,000
to Susan G. Komen Orange County! This money will provide 400 women in
Orange County with life-saving breast health services.

THE "PINK" DETAILS:
 From February 1st-March 31st you can purchase "Pink Tickets" for 
theme park admission ONLY ONLINE at www.knotts.com.
A portion of the "Pink Tickets" proceeds will benefit Susan G. Komen Orange County.

Guests entering the theme park during the time of the promotion will be greeted by a pink Knott’s Berry Farm for the Cure display adorned with Snoopy and his pal Woodstock. 

Guests can purchase a commemorative limited edition magnet to place on the 
special display in honor of, or in memory of, someone affected by breast cancer. 
The magnet will be sold at select merchandise locations inside 
Knott’s Berry Farm and all proceeds will benefit Komen Orange County.

GIVEAWAY TIME!!!!
I'm giving away 2 tickets to Knott's Berry Farm to celebrate #KnottsPink!
Enter below using Rafflecopter!
Good luck!





25 comments:

Devon F said...

We lost a close family friend to breast cancer :(

EliB123 said...

no one close.

boyzrule said...

A sister-in-law is a survivor. She had it in her early 30's.

Debnmike moretti

Mary said...

What a great program! Johns aunt beat breast cancer when her girls were little, so did a family friend in my homeward and my sisters mother in law. My mom was diagnosed with uterine cancer when I was 16 so I have a special place in my heart for those who are fighting cancer.

Mary said...

What a great program! Johns aunt beat breast cancer when her girls were little, so did a family friend in my homeward and my sisters mother in law. My mom was diagnosed with uterine cancer when I was 16 so I have a special place in my heart for those who are fighting cancer.

Shannon R said...

My mom is a breast cancer survivor. She was diagnosed with breast cancer when she was 40 years old and had a mastectomy. There are several cousins on my mom's side of the family who lost their battle to breast cancer and one that is battling right now. Also have a friend of the family that is going through it. Such a horrible disease and women need to be aware and be educated on it.

Kathy E. said...

Breast Cancer has struck close to home for me. My MIL had it, and 2 close friends have recently had double mastectomies with chemo following. It's scary stuff.

Heather Hurley said...

I don't know anyone personally, but have met some amazing survivors!

Heather Hurley said...

I don't know anyone personally who has been diagnosed, but have met some amazing survivors! They are a strong group of women, and it was wonderful speaking with them.

Neiddy Ruiz said...

We are so blessed! this disease hasn't affected any of the woman in our family, Praise God for that!
Leidy R - rafflecopter

Melanie said...

My friend from High School's mom had breast cancer. My mom has ovarian cancer...cancer is just such a scary word, no matter which kind. :(

Heidi Broberg said...

Me Me MEEEEEEEEEEE!!!!!!!!

Heidi Broberg said...

Whoops sorry just saw what I am suppose to comment on.

YES! My TWO good friend from church just became cancer free this last year (breast cancer) AND a girlfirned from HS.

Diane VintageZest said...

I'm lucky to say that I haven't known anyone with breast cancer thus far, but many friends of friends have been affected.

Bo said...

One of my coworkers survived breast cancer twice!

Livin' La Vida Lanphear said...

My husband's grandma had breast cancer.

Livin' La Vida Lanphear said...

My husband's grandma had breast cancer.

John said...

Cool giveaway. We love Knotts.

John said...

My Aunt had breast cancer when I was a kid.

♡♥♬ Carolsue ♡♥♬ said...

My Grandfather had colon cancer, but he lived much longer afterwards than the doctors had predicted!
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♡♥♬ Carolsue ♡♥♬ said...

Whoops, I misread the question. I will delete my first comment when I can. Now---
My best friend's mother died of breast cancer and my friend was diagnosed with it also, but has been cancer free for many years.
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Dinah Garcia said...

I had a co-worker who had breast cancer. It was very scary b/c not only was she young, but she was close in age to me. It was definitely a wake-up call.

Dinah Garcia said...

I had a co-worker who had breast cancer. It was very scary b/c not only was she young, but she was close in age to me. It was definitely a wake-up call.

Jennai said...

My grandmother died of breast cancer several years ago. It was very sad and may have been prevented had shehad more frequest checkups.
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Melanie said...

Did you pick a winner yet??

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