|Pink In The Rink|
|Pink in the Rink Media Recap|
|Catch up on all your favorite moments leading up to the Pink in the Rink game that was played last Friday night at the AT&T Center!
Watch the video "Making the Pink Ice at the AT&T Center"
Read the story "Fight on the ice is more than just a game"
See the photos of The Survivor Skate at the AT&T Center
Watch the exclusive interviews from the Survivor Skate at the AT&T Center
Watch sarampage.com's exclusive interview with Billie Jane Clark
Read the Game Recap and Watch the Game Highlights
See the photos from the post-game Pink in the Rink Jersey Auction
Don't forget to eat at San Antonio Area Taco Cabanas this week! Taco Cabana has partnered with the Rampage through their "Taco Cabana Chips In" program. From Friday, January 28 through Sunday, February 6 at all San Antonio-area Taco Cabanas, just show your Rampage ticket stub and 20% of your total receipt goes to the San Antonio Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure! For more information, please click here.
|About Pink in the Rink|
The San Antonio Rampage have teamed up with Komen San Antonio Race for the Cure to host Pink in the Rink Night on Jan. 28 when the Rampage face the Chicago Wolves at 7 p.m. at the AT&T Center.
For the first time in Rampage history, the entire ice surface will be dyed pink to signify breast health awareness. Rampage players will host a skate for breast cancer survivors at the AT&T Center on Jan. 27 to unveil the pink ice.
The team will wear pink themed jerseys that will be auctioned off to the public immediately following the game. A portion of the proceeds from the auction will benefit the San Antonio affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure.
Susan G. Komen for the Cure began in 1982 as a promise between Nancy G. Brinker and her sister Susan G. Komen who died of breast cancer at the age of 36. It has since turned into the world’s largest organization for breast cancer awareness having raised nearly 1.5 billion dollars toward finding the cure and bettering the lives of those facing this disease.