United For One Cause

United for One Cause

Don’t be the only school on the outside looking IN.  Come join Wears My Shirt, OASC, Con Bro Chill and other great Oregon schools in raising funds and awareness for Susan G. Komen.

The United for One Cause “Pink Week” 2012 campaign is bringing together the youth of Oregon to create a community that is helping raise funds and awareness for a disease that has affected us all in one way or another.  By joining IN on the cause, you and your school can foster all that school spirit and compete versus other schools to see who has the most passion for raising funds and awareness for Komen.

Make sure your school is “IN” by contacting Wears My Shirt at 1-800-364-5715 or team@wearsmyshirt.com for more information on how to be a part of this great campaign!

Here is the scoop, there are 3 stages to the contest and each stage has its own prize.

Stage 1 – Design a Shirt

The design with the most “Likes” by June 15, 2012 will be the featured design on ALL products sold throughout the state for United for One Cause “Pink Week” Campaign.  Click HERE to find out more!

Stage 2 – Raising Funds

There will be four divisions (MS, 1A/2A, 3A/4A, 5A/6A).  The top fundraising (selling the “Pink” shirts and products) in each division wins a concert at their school from Con Bro Chill.

Stage 3 – Photo Contest

Upload an image of yourself to the Wears My Shirt “Photo Contest Page” showing your spirit making sure a Wears My Shirt PINK United For One Cause product is featured in your photo. Get your photo to have the most “likes” by midnight on November 15th and you will receive an Apple gift card. We will award the top 5 photos with the most likes.

1st Place –  $250 Apple gift card
2nd Place – $200 Apple gift card
3rd Place –  $150 Apple gift card
4th Place –  $100 Apple gift card
5th Place –  $50   Apple gift card

I know many schools in Oregon already have “Pink Weeks” and support Susan G. Komen –Together let’s be UNITED FOR ONE CAUSE!  Go to www.wearsmyshirt.com  or click HERE to get more information on getting your school involved and to see the details of the campaign.