Medieval Times Supports the Ta-Tas {giveaway}

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If you haven’t heard, October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month!

The knights at Medieval Times, Atlanta has joined the FIGHT FOR THE CAUSE! If their Facebook page reaches 4,000 LIKES by the end of the month, Medieval Times will donate $1,000 to Winship Cancer Institute of Emory University.

Medieval Times Fight for the Cause Giveaway

Go like their page and help them get their donating on.

Medieval Times Fight for a Cause Giveaway

To support this important battle, one lucky reader will win a Family Four-Pack of tickets to one of Medieval Times, Atlanta’s shows Sunday-Friday through the end of December! Please help spread the word on your networks and via twitter #MTatlanta. This is one battle we definitely want to win!

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5 Comments

  1. mrs. hils says:

    I have 3 co-workers who have fought breast cancer in 5 years. It stinks, but they are doing great now thanks to early detection!

  2. Supporting Breast Cancer is a noble cause. A dear costume designer/teacher from my alma mater passed away from this dreadful disease. The students there still collect money every year in her name, and I so the same.

  3. The donation is important to me because I like to help out worthy causes whenever I can and I have had a few family members that died of cancer.

  4. Bernice Brown says:

    My MIL, friend, and various relatives on my father’s and aunt’s side has had cancer. I worry about it all the time, and am afraid I might one day have it. Research is important.

  5. Habibah K says:

    Breast cancer is important to me as a woman, and a mother. I want to protect my daughter from it.

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