One of my favorite things about the beginning of the year is when Knott's turns Pink and partners with Susan G. Komen to raise money for breast cancer awareness. It's true we love Knott's all year round but there's something extra special about Knott's Pink.
Last year I was fortunate to attend a #KnottsPink event with my daughters and was given the opportunity to share with them the incredible experience of being surrounded by strong women who are fighters and survivors.
Susan G. Komen is synonymous with breast cancer awareness, but do you know why? Founder Nancy G. Brinker made a promise to her sister, Susan G. Komen before she died that she would do everything in her power to end breast cancer forever. In 1982, Brinker's promise is what launched Susan G. Komen®, a global movement that has grown into the world’s largest nonprofit source of funding for the fight against breast cancer.
Over the last two years through the partnership of Knott's and Susan G. Komen, park goers have helped to raise over $230K. Now, for the third year Knott's is once again offering a special Pink ticket and custom designed limited edition Pink t-shirt to raise money for breast cancer awareness, services and research. This is such a win-win, you get to save money by buying your Pink Ticket online for $40, now through March 18th and at the same time know that 75% of the funds raised for Susan G. Komen are used to provide local services throughout Orange County and 25% of the funds raised for Susan G. Komen support national research to discover the cure for breast cancer.
Now for the fun part, I am giving away 4 tickets to Knott's Berry Farm! YAY! We love Knott's Berry Farm so much and I'm so glad that one of you will win the chance to visit too! Go ahead, enter below and GOOD LUCK! and don't worry if you don't win, head over here and buy your Pink Ticket at the specially discounted price.
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