Hershey Bears “Pink the Rink” to bring awareness to breast cancer

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DERRY TOWNSHIP, DAUPHIN COUNTY, PA. -- The 5th Annual Pink the Rink returned to Hershey on Sunday.

The event, to help bring awareness to breast cancer, in conjunction with the American Cancer Society, was hosted by the Hershey Bears.

Inside Giant Center, pink lights shone bright and pink memorabilia was for sale to commemorate the event. The Hershey Bears mascot, Coco took pictures with fans in the photo booth. After the game, fans could bid in a silent auction to support the American Cancer Society.

"Everyone just gets so excited, you can also tell the fans and everyone behind us walking around with all the pink gear, this is something that's going to stay in Central PA, in Hershey for years to come," owner and operator of Mixed-Up Productions, Mike Miller said.

FOX43's Ali Bradley and MaryEllen Pann helped sell the t-shirts at the event.

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