K-State 'Fighting For a Cure' Shirt
4th Annual K-State Fighting for a Cure Day October 14, 2017!
Show your pride in K-State cancer research with a Fighting for a Cure shirt, and wear it to the home football game or anywhere Oct. 14, 2017, for the fourth annual K-State Fighting for a Cure Day. Cheer on the 'Cats with us that day at our Tailgate Party in Cat Town, and enjoy the K-State Marching Band's special halftime salute. (See Marching Band's 2016 "Beat Cancer" formation.)
Join K-State Football's first lady Sharon Snyder and the Snyder family, Emmy Award-winning actor and alum Eric Stonestreet, University President Richard Myers, Band Director Frank Tracz and many others in celebrating the university's fight against cancer and honoring its cancer survivors and researchers with a Fighting for a Cure shirt. All proceeds support K-State cancer research and education.
About the shirts
The shirts (Gildan brand, 100% cotton) are purple with a white Powercat and the phrase "fighting ever fighting for a cure," inspired by the K-State fight song, "Wildcat Victory."
SIZES we have in stock:
Men's Small through 3XL
Ladies' XS through Lg (sold out of Ladies' XL) The width is the same as the men's, but the shoulders are narrower and the sleeves and body are shorter. (These are not the same "junior" style shirts as in the past.)
Youth Medium and Large
Shirts are $20 each. All proceeds support K-State cancer research. They can be purchased at our center, 1 Chalmers Hall, 1711 Claflin Rd., Manhattan, or we will ship. For shipping orders, please ORDER ONLINE at our K-State Fights Cancer Webstore powered by N Zone. Shipping is an additional $6.50 for 1 to 2 shirts, $13.50 for 3-8 shirts. For more than 8 shirts, please contact our center, 785-532-6705 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Spread the word!
Post photos on social media of you and your friends wearing the shirt, and use the hashtag #HelpKStateFightCancer!
Thanks to everyone who has bought and helped us sell shirts, and united in wearing them on Fighting for a Cure Day these past few years! Your support helped raise $20,000! We also appreciate the support of Coach Bill Snyder and First Lady of K-State Football Sharon Snyder and the Snyder family, K-State alum and Emmy Award-winning actor Eric Stonestreet, former K-State Wildcat and Kansas City Chiefs football player Kevin Lockett, the K-State Marching Band and many others as they showed their pride in K-State's fight against cancer.
Hear Coach Snyder's appeal to the K-State Family to support the university's cancer research.