Male Breast Cancer Awareness: Chop, Rods & Rock-N-Roll

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Cycle Source magazine joins 31st Street Pub in Pittsburgh, PA to raise money and awareness for male breast cancer. This event to benefit the John W. Nick Foundation is scheduled for Thursday, September 20th, at 6PM.

John W. Nick Foundation, Inc. is pleased to announce "Chops, Rods & Rock-N-Roll," Thursday, September 20th, at 6PM. Together, Cycle Source magazine and 31st Street Pub will raise money and awareness for male breast cancer.

Though breast cancer is typically thought of as a woman's affliction, according to the American Cancer Society, approximately 2,030 men will be newly diagnosed with the disease in the U.S. in 2007. Volunteers will be on hand at the Pub to pass out literature about male breast cancer.

This event will feature a Hot Rod and Chopper show with trophies for "Best of Show." Live music will be performed by The Cheats and Face Down Presley. There will be food, raffles, and prizes with all proceeds going to JWNF. The 31st Street Pub is located at 3101 Penn Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA (Tel: 412-391-8334). Can't make it? Don't worry! Make a donation at http://www.MaleBreastCancer.org.

For information on these charitable organizations, visit their websites: http://www.cyclesource.com and http://www.31stpub.com

The John W. Nick Foundation, Inc. was founded by Nancy Nick in 1995 in memory of her father John Nick who died from male breast cancer in 1991 at the age of 58. Awareness, along with early detection, could have saved his life. Learn more at http://www.malebreastcancer.org.

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