On October 1, 2012, the Saturn V Rocket at the US Space & Rocket Center turned PINK! County Commission Chairman-Elect, Dale Strong, Rex Reynolds of the City of Huntsville, Nansi Clark of Madison Mayor, Paul Finley's office were in attendance as we "flipped the switch" and turn the giant icon PINK. A proclamation given to us by Rex Reynolds (as a representative of Mayor Tommy Battle) marks the week of October 1-7 as PINK Week, in the city of Huntsville.
Thanks to our amazing sponsors - Huntsville Hospital, Century Automotive & the US Space & Rocket Center for helping us to "Lite It Up Pink" all across the Tennessee Valley!
We also want to thank those who came out in support of this event and for joining us in the fight against breast cancer by helping provide cutting-edge technology for detection.
Drive by at night and see for yourself - the rocket will be pink through October 7, 2012.
Lite 96.9 wants to "Lite It Up PINK" all across the entire Tennessee Valley in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month for the second annual "Lite It Up PINK" campaign!
October is Breast Cancer Awareness month, and Lite 96.9 has teamed up with Century Automotive, The U. S. Space & Rocket Center and Huntsville Hospital to "Lite It Up PINK"!
Purchase PINK light bulbs, put them in your porch light or recruit your business to "lite up" the windows PINK. Our goal is to see EVERY house and business with these special bulbs to turn the entire valley PINK!
Proceeds from "Lite It Up PINK" benefit the Huntsville Hospital Foundation to provide cutting-edge enhancements for the mammography machines at the Huntsville Hospital Breast Center. Funds will also help to provide breast mammography technology for the Madison Hospital campus (facility scheduled to open in 2013).