It’s Easy to Go Pink Like the NFL

Add a pink ribbon with transfers from Transfer Express. It's simple and you can do it to raise money to support a worthy cause.

If you were watching football Sunday Oct 2, you not only saw a lot of action, but a lot of pink. The NFL did a fantastic job of showing their support for National Breast Cancer Month, which takes place every October. The league and its players collaborated with the American Cancer Society for an initiative reminding women 40 and older about the importance of having an annual mammogram. If you have a heat press, you can easily set up a fundraiser to support this effort as well. I’ll let you figure out the details, but I wanted to let you know that you can order pink ribbon transfers from Stahls’ Transfer Express and quickly apply them to just about any item in just seconds. If you want to apply them to a sleeve, here is a video that shows you how simple it is to do that using a cap press, or you can also use a regular garment heat press. Either way, it’s easy to add pink to any garment.

On a side note, congratulations to the Detroit Lions, who overcame a 24-point deficit in their game against Dallas, winning 34-30 and making them 4-0 for the first time since 1980. I guess a little pink never hurt anyone.

Tim Heitman/US Presswire Photo: A pair of acrobatic touchdown catches by Calvin Johnson helped the Lions overcome a 24-point deficit and stun Dallas 34-30. Detroit is 4-0 for the first time since 1980


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