Sanderson to Be a Part of Pink Fitters Day

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Sanderson to Be a Part of Pink Fitters Day

In support of the McGrath Foundation the Crows in collaboration with Kumho Tyres would celebrate 'Pink Fitters Day' for the third year in a row. This annual event turns the blocky world of tire retailing in to a shade of pink in support and to raise funds for McGrath foundation.

Coach Brenton Sanderson would be a part of this event and would step off the coaching field and onto the Kumho Tyres shop floor to become a Pink Footy Fitter. He would put up in a special Pink Fitters shirt which is a part of this event. He would be joined with 2,000 staff members of other dealers across the nation to promote the tire safety along with raising funds and awareness for the McGrath Foundation.

Sanderson was very excited to be a part of such an event and said, "I am thrilled to be a Pink Footy Fitter for the day, partnering with Kumho in aid of such a fantastic cause. We hope all of our fans pay us a visit at the Tread Shed and get their tyres checked at the same time".

The promoters are hopeful that this third year would be bigger and better than ever. Their aim is to raise $20,000 from the event which would add to the $100,000 that has already been pledged by the organization to the McGrath Foundation. This would help the foundation to raise standards for women with breasts cancer, which it has been dealing with for a long time. McGrath Breast Cancer Care has been educating Nurses in communities across Australia regarding the issues to be taken care of in cases of breasts cancer so that adequate care is provided to the women as well as their families. They have also been raising awareness among young women of Australia for breast cancer.


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