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Cure on the court!

CureontheCourtSummerside_web.jpgThe National Basketball League of Canada has launched its “Cure on the Court” initiative to resounding success!

“Breast cancer touches the lives of so many, including our teams, partners and fans. By raising funds and generating awareness, we are doing our part to create a future without breast cancer,” said NBL Canada Commissioner, John Kennedy.

Each team has designated a home game in January or February to support the cause. NBL Canada ‘Cure on the Court’ games have a pink presence and feature a variety of activities for teams to raise funds in their area.

The Summerside Storm and the Halifax Rainmen hosted their wildly successfully “Cure on the Court” games in January.  Raising funds through donations, auctions, and product sales, these teams set the bar high!  Their pink shoe-laces and towels were mirrored by their fans’ pink clothing and signs! 

There are two more “Cure on the Court” games coming up in Atlantic Canada:

February 9 - Saint John Mill Rats 
February 14 - Moncton Miracles

To purchase tickets for a ‘Cure on the Court’ game or for more information about the initiative, please contact your local NBL Canada team.