Hershey Bears to host 5th annual Pink The Rink on Sunday

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HERSHEY, Pa.– Pink The Rink is returning to Hershey this Sunday.

The event will be the 5th annual Pink The Rink – Breast Cancer Awareness night with the Hershey Bears.

There will be a ton of pink lighting inside the GIANT Center, as well as a number of pink items for sale.

Two different locations will offer Pink The Rink t-shirts that will be sold for $20, with every penny going to the American Cancer Society. There will be a variety of other pink items for sale as well, including sunglasses and water bottles among others. Among the vendors will be FOX43’s own Ali Bradley, Jackie De Tore and Mary Ellen Pann, who will help in the sales of these items.

Hershey Bears mascot Coco will be taking pictures with fans in the photo booth.

After the game, the Hershey Bears’ wives hold a silent auction where the exclusive pink jerseys from the game will be sold.

There will even be live entertainment, with DJs mixing live and Disney star Jordan Fisher performing a couple of his songs live.

The event is sponsored by iHeart Media Harrisburg, the American Cancer Society, Hatman/Benzon and Make Films.

Come out and enjoy the fun on October 30, and help in the fight against breast cancer.

You can get your tickets at the Hershey Bears’ site here.