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Old 09-13-2010, 08:15 PM   #1
Jackie07
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Dear Jackie,
On 10.02.10 the LIVESTRONG community will come together to raise awareness of the 28 million people living with cancer worldwide—and you can play a crucial role.
Thanks to supporters like you, the yellow LIVESTRONG wristband has become a universally recognized symbol of the fight against cancer. But that's just the start.
This October 2, we need to make sure that—on every street and every trail—we're letting the world know that we're ready to beat this disease.
Turn some heads and join the fight against cancer by wearing yellow on LIVESTRONG Day.
Order your LIVESTRONG gear today to receive it before 10.02.10.


Like all of our apparel, 100 percent of the proceeds will go towards LIVESTRONG programs and services for cancer survivors.
These shirts, hats, and jackets are a great way to kick off a meaningful conversation about the 28 million people living with cancer. Share your experiences and challenges with your friends, colleagues and neighborsor just let the world know you're ready for this fight.
Winning the fight against cancer will depend on getting it out in the open, eliminating the stigma and uniting to take it on together. And that's what LIVESTRONG Day is all about—strengthening our global movement to make sure everyone affected by cancer can get the support they need.
Check out our LIVESTRONG Day gear and order yours in time to wear it on October 2.
Show your support on 10.02.10 and help make this LIVESTRONG Day 2010 the largest display of strength and unity yet.
Thanks,
LIVESTRONG
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