Seahawks Go Pink to Raise Awareness for Breast Cancer Screening

Posted Oct 10, 2012

RENTON, Wash. - The Seattle Seahawks will recognize Breast Cancer Awareness Month on Sunday, October 14 to raise awareness on the importance of annual screenings, especially for women who are over the age of 40. The Seahawks host the New England Patriots at CenturyLink Field on Sunday, October 14. Kickoff is scheduled for 1:05 p.m. Touchdown City opens at 10 a.m. and gates open at 11 a.m.

Breast cancer awareness elements will include the following: on-field pink ribbon stencils, pink goal post padding in both end zones, pink sideline caps for coaches and team sideline personnel and pink caps and pins for game officials. Some players will wear pink elements including shoes, pin cleats, wristbands, gloves, chin cups, eye shield decals, helmet decals, Captains' Patches, sideline towels and quarterback towels. The referees will also use a special pink coin for the coin toss.

During the game, the Sea Gals will use neon pink poms and wear neon pink boots.

The local chapter of Zeta Tau Alpha (ZTA) will distribute 30,000 pink ribbons to fans as they enter the stadium. Representatives from the ZTA and the Puget Sound affiliate of Susan G. Komen chapter will have booths in Touchdown City to share information on breast cancer and raise awareness.

The CenturyLink Field arch lights will be pink Wednesday and Thursday nights throughout the month of October.

On October 13, the Seahawks Women's Association will hold their annual Football 101 Clinic with proceeds benefitting Wings of Karen.

The Seahawks Pro Shop will be selling a variety of pink merchandise throughout the month with a pledge to donate 10% of the sales to the Pink Daisy Project. The Pink Daisy Project, headquartered in Bellevue, connects breast cancer patients under age 45 with assistance for everyday needs. For more information visit

Fans can raise awareness by wearing pink Seahawks items throughout the month including: knit caps, scarves, bandannas, hair accessories, bibs, footballs, mini helmets, key chains, lapel pins, window decals, magnets and wristbands.

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