Kane County and the TimberRattlers were among teams celebrating Lupus Awareness this month, including these great Lupus Superhero Cape Giveaway.
Superhero nights have proven to be a game presentation winner, with great in-game ties and a flexibility to tie to charity or kids days. Being a Lupus Superhero is a great example of the connection, or showcasing first responders as real-life Superheroes. Kids love the addition of seeing Super Heroes roaming the concourse as well.
- Superhero Night in Dunedin
- Powerful Super Hero Night in Toledo
- Super Heroes in Indy get Jersey Offer
- Bigger than a NIGHT, these are Promo WEEKENDS!
— Kane County Cougars (@KCCougars) May 17, 2019
— Timber Rattlers (@TimberRattlers) May 17, 2019
On average, it takes nearly 6 years for people with lupus to be diagnosed from the time they first notice their lupus symptoms.
Getting an early diagnosis of lupus is critical to preventing long-term consequences of the disease. You can help by raising awareness of lupus and its symptoms this May–whether its sharing lupus facts on social media or hosting an event in your community. We have all the tools and resources you need to get started.
Take the pledge to raising awareness this May, and spread the word by asking 6 friends to join you and Go Purple to End Lupus. (Lupus website)
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