MOBILE, Ala. - You can get out and see some great baseball, and support a wonderful cause at tonight's Baybears game. Hank Aaron Stadium will be decked out in pink for breast cancer awareness.
Elaine Goubil from The Mary Cay Foundation stopped by the studio to talk about 'Pink in the Park'.
'Pink in the Park' is Mary Kay's trademark for raising money for cancer and domestic violence.
Tonight's event is especially sentimental to Elaine because the Baybears have chosen to honor the memory of her sister, Vernita Burks Balbuena. In 2011,'Pink in the Park' was able to raise over $5,000 in Vernita's memory.
The Baybears gives Mary Kay a portion of 'Pink in the Park' pre-sold tickets, and Mary Kay gives the money to non-profit organizations.
Tickets are $10. If you would like for a portion of your ticket sale to go towards 'Pink in the Park', contact a Mary Kay consultant before tonight's game.
Elaine can be reached at 251-583-0500 or email@example.com. You can call, text, or email for your ticket.
Gates open at 6:00pm. Game-time is at 7:05pm at the Hank.
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