Texas A&M basketball programs selling shirts with 100% of proceeds benefiting Breast Cancer Awareness

The Texas A&M Athletics Department is selling “Beat The Hell Outta Breast Cancer” T-shirts with 100% of the proceeds going to awareness and research.

“We are asking for the support of the 12th Man as we set out to bring awareness to a disease that affects so many and raise funds to benefit the Kay Yow Cancer Fund as well as the Pink Alliance, a local non-profit in the Brazos Valley who serves as an advocate for breast cancer support,” the 12th Man website stated. “100% of all proceeds from shirt purchases will benefit the Pink Alliance and the Kay Yow Cancer Fund.”

The merchandise is being sold ahead of the Aggies’ BTHO Breast Cancer games, which begin this weekend at Reed Arena. The men host Ole Miss on Saturday at 7:30 p.m. The women host Mississippi State on Feb. 4 at 3 p.m.

Shirts can be purchased for $10, mailed for an additional $5 and sold online at the following link.

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