The primary way Breastfest of Champions raises money is through t-shirt sales. If you bought a t-shirt, it was also your ticket into the event and chapters who donated money as cosponsors of the event received the shirts at a discount.
|People were encouraged to sign the "Who's Your Champion?' board, honoring those who battled and continue to fight breast cancer.|
|Beebe Rose and Lexi Brennan, both sophomores, enjoy themselves at the event. Pink tables lined KA's front lawn so that people could sit back and relax as they ate their choice of a hamburger or hotdog.|
|This is one of two identical hand-painted canvases that were among the raffle items.|
|Junior Rachel Greenwald honors her grandmother, Brigie Greenwald, who battled the disease and is now cancer free.|
|Students could purchase the shirts a week before the event. Many wore them wore them around campus days in advance to show their support for the event and its cause.|
|Eric Laughlin a member of Kappa Alpha Order and Garrett Cusack of Tau Kappa Epsilon performed acoustic covers of songs, entertaining people as they socialized and ate their food.|