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Think Pink, Texas Tech. Kody Roach Kyle Conley Jory Jarvis Kurt Farris. Introduction. Breast cancer affects 12.5% of the female population in the United States Knowledge of the disease does not yield medicinal solutions Support is fundamental to progress Financial and social.

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Think pink texas tech

Think Pink, Texas Tech

Kody Roach

Kyle Conley

Jory Jarvis

Kurt Farris


Introduction
Introduction

  • Breast cancer affects 12.5% of the female population in the United States

  • Knowledge of the disease does not yield medicinal solutions

  • Support is fundamental to progress

    • Financial and social


Report purpose
Report Purpose

  • Create an educated understanding of breast cancer on campus

  • Greater awareness and outreach will increase financial support

    • Students

    • Family and friends of students

  • Rethink awareness strategy

    • Enhance, innovate, and refresh promotion



  • Student organization introduction
    Student Organization Introduction

    • Attend a Student Organization Registration Meeting offered weekly in the Student Union Building.

    • Contact the Student Union and Activities at 742-3636, or visit the office located in Room 203 of the Student Union Building. For up-to-date meeting times.

    • Complete the online application part of the registration process, four separate pages of information will be required.

    • Link to register http://www.so.ttu.edu/StudentOrgApps.php

    • Fill out registration packet and turn in to Room 203 in the SUB.


    Guidelines
    Guidelines

    • Have an Advisor who is a Texas Tech Faculty.

    • Have at least 3 members.

    • Must list all members.

    • List National Affiliations.

    • Write and submit a constitution.

    • Advisor very important in keeping records and bank account information.

    • Can have a secondary advisor.

    • Good to have web master for Tech website and organization website.


    Student organization resources
    Student Organization Resources

    • Free 100 megs website.

    • Free Mailbox on campus.

    • Free campus postings in over 30 locations at Tech.

    • Use of laminating, printing, office supplies, and other equipment on second floor of Student Union Building.

    • Post on Tech Announce Email.

    • Financial Support through university and members.


    Financial support
    Financial Support

    • One time use of Cocoa Cola Funding.

    • Each organization can apply for a financial budget.

    • Option for Membership fees.

    • Can have support from other institutions or organizations.

    • Must attend a financial meeting once a month.



    Co ed competitive tournaments
    Co-Ed Competitive Tournaments

    • Flag Football

    • Basketball

    • Softball

    • Golf


    Event promotion
    Event Promotion

    • Send memos/flyers to all Tech student organizations

      • Registration forms to gauge interest

  • The Daily Toreador

  • TechAnnounce

  • Post event information on campus

  • Promote Susan G. Komen events

    • “Bowl For The Cure” - Jan. 10th, 2010


  • Student body participation
    Student Body Participation

    • All Student Organizations

    • Greek Organizations

    • Any Texas Tech student

      • “Intramural” style


    Examples of potential events
    Examples of Potential Events

    • Softball tournament October 1st, 2010

    • Flag Football tournament October 16th, 2010

    • October being breast cancer awareness month

      Spring Awareness

    • Basketball tournament March 1st, 2011

    • Golf tournament April 16th, 2011


    Creating sporting event
    Creating Sporting Event

    • Financing the events

      • Organization’s financial budget

      • Team registration fees

      • Concession sales

      • Apparel sales (proceeds would go directly to the Susan G. Komen organization)

  • Contact Rec Sports with detailed information prepared

    • Exact Date & Time

    • Facility needs

    • Estimated number of participants

    • Officiating staff


  • Event fundraising
    Event Fundraising

    Fees that can help finance each event

    • Team registration fees $10-20

    • Team shirt sales $15-25

      Fundraising for the Susan G. Komen organization

    • Revenue gained from apparel

    • Donations



    Advertising
    Advertising

    • Informative flyers could be passed out to gain student awareness

    • Handouts should be as follows:

      • Short and concise

      • Highlight information that is relevant and interesting to students (e.g. highlight Greek organizations involved)

      • Attractive format

  • These flyers could contain the following information:

    • Statistical facts

    • Symptoms to watch for

    • How to prevent breast cancer


  • Imagine life without breast cancer
    “Imagine Life Without Breast Cancer”

    • Bracelets could be sold and distributed around campus

    • $.25 of every $1 is donated to research


    Pink out the jones
    Pink Out The Jones

    • Attempted with minimal success this football season

    • To be done more successfully Komen could

      • Decide further in advance of what game to hold the event on.

      • Hold the event on a bigger game

      • A concert could be held afterwards as done for the A&M game.

      • A purchase of a “Komen Shirt” doubles as your ticket into the concert.


    Conclusion
    Conclusion

    • Student body is approximately 10% of Lubbock, TX

    • Successful promotion will yield support

      • Sporting events

      • traditional advertisement

      • creation of a student organization

  • Additional financial support

    • Advances medical research

    • Improves quality of life for those suffering from breast cancer


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