Sep 22, 2016 2:11 PM
CONCORD — Fourteen community leaders were revealed to be apart of the inaugural Real Men Wear Pink campaign in connection to the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk.
The walk is scheduled for Oct. 16 in the capital city. It has helped raise over $7 million since 1993.
Each of the men are attempting to raise $2,500 and are committed to wearing the color pink for the whole month of October.
"Every 30 days of October I'll be wearing something pink," said Michael St. Germain, an employee of the Concord Photo Service. "Whether it be my tie, my shirt, my socks, whatever it happens to be, I'll be wearing something pink."
The campaign is aiming to recruit 25 "real men" from the capital region for the walk, so nominations are still open if anyone would like to sign up.
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