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Rise Above Cancer Twitter Party with #WWEMoms #RiseAboveCancer

October marks Breast Cancer Awareness month and it’s a scary thing to see how many individuals are impacted by breast cancer and any cancer alike.

Last year, John Cena debuted special gear for the month of October. Through John Cena’s gear and more, the WWE Universe raised $1 million for Susan G. Komen. This year, WWE is at it again but this time, the ENTIRE WWE roster will be sporting Rise Above Cancer gear! No matter who your favorite Superstar, you can show your support while sporting their gear.
WWE Rise Above Cancer

I personally have not known anyone to face breast cancer but, I know several individuals that have had the worry of finding a lump. With family members that have minimum insurance, programs that Susan G. Komen has funded for free mammograms is important to me.

The #WWEMoms will be talking about the WWE’s partnership with Susan G. Komen and the special gear!

WWE is proud to partner with Susan G. Komen to help fight breast cancer. Now through November 4, WWE Superstars and Divas will wear special edition pink and black ring gear to help raise funds and awareness in support of the millions of people affected by breast cancer. Go to wweshop.com to purchase your Rise Above Cancer gear.

Twitter Party Details

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October 1, 2013

7-8pm ET

Hashtag: #RiseAboveCancer 

RSVP and join the Twitter chat for a chance to win a Samsung HMX-200 HD Camcorder, an iPod, or a Longchamp bag!

(Click here to learn more about our Twitter chats. You must RSVP and attend the chat to be eligible for a prize.)

To RSVP:
  1. Email WWE@theonlinemom.com subject line: riseabovecancer
  2. Spread the word and RT this link on your Twitter feed:http://tinyurl.com/y8trhhf
  3. Join us on TweetDeck or HootSuite (#riseabovecancer) this Tuesday between 7 and 8pm ET
  4. Tell your Twitter followers!

Help us spread the word! Get the Gear, Join The Fight!

I have been compensated for this post and for participating in the WWEmoms campaign by The Online Mom – all opinions expressed here are my own.

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