Rivals In Pink Unite To Raise Money During ‘Real Men Wear Pink’ Month

"Real Men Wear Pink" Campaign For American Cancer Society Runs Through Month Of October

  FARGO (KVRR) – Rivals join together all in the name of raising awareness and money for breast cancer research. KVRR Chief Meteorologist Rob Kupec and Park Company Realtor Shane Cullen are competing against each other to raise money during this year’s “Real Men Wear Pink” campaign for the American Cancer Society. They are raising as much money as possible…

LIVE: Real Men Wear Pink With Rob Kupec

Rob Is Raising Money For Breast Cancer Research And Awareness In October

  KVRR Chief Meteorologist Rob Kupec is back again raising money this October for the American Cancer Society’s Real Men Wear Pink Campaign. He’ll wear something pink every day in October, which is breast cancer awareness month. He got ready early to join the morning show and talk about why it’s such an important cause to him. Click here to…

Men Including Rob Kupec Take Part in Real Men Wear Pink Campaign

FARGO-MOORHEAD – American Cancer Society is kicking off its Real Men Wear Pink campaign. More than a dozen local men will be wearing pink all through the month of October and raising money to fight breast cancer. The men are from a wide variety of fields and include two local high school principals and Chad Olson the Mayor of Dilworth….

“Real Men Wear Pink” Donations Help Fund American Cancer Society Breast Cancer Programs

Free Wigs, Cosmetics and Consultations Are Provided To Those Impacted By Breast Cancer

FARGO, ND — October is Breast Cancer Awareness month and KVRR anchor TJ Nelson is helping raise money for the American Cancer Society through the “Real Men Wear Pink” campaign. Earlier this month, we featured the cancer-battle story of Maria Schmidt. She was diagnosed with breast cancer after returning to college to pursue a nursing degree at UND. She beat…

“Real Men Wear Pink” Campaign: Maria’s Journey From Breast Cancer Diagnosis To Survival

Her Midlife Return To College To Become A Nurse Was Suddenly Interrupted

FARGO, ND — “I can’t tell this story over and over and over, I’m not ready for it,” said Maria Schmidt. It’s a feeling likely shared by thousands of women and men when they are first diagnosed with breast cancer. “Now, it’s part of who I am.” Maria is a proud breast cancer survivor. October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month….

“Real Men Wear Pink” Campaign Begins With “Maria’s Journey” on KVRR

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month

FARGO, ND — Maria Schmidt decided to make a career change and returned to college at UND only to have her plans interrupted by a breast cancer diagnosis at the age of 40.  Hear how she fought back, beat cancer and got her degree on KVRR Local News at 9. October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and you help fund…