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Suits and Sneakers Week, January 24-30, 2022

As a reminder, Suits And Sneakers Week will take place January 24-30, 2022.   I have outlined those opportunities below and they are also included in the attached document.  This information was sent out through our Coaches vs. Cancer monthly newsletter* on 9/15 and will also be shared by the NABC to all of their members on 9/22, and is currently on the NABC’s website.

*if you are not receiving the monthly CVC newsletter and would like to receive it, please let anne.gmerek@cancer.org know.


How to get involved with Coaches vs. Cancer Suits And Sneakers:


  • Designate a game that week to wear Suits and Sneakers branded attire. Order for yourself and/or everyone on the bench.


  • Click the link below to order branded pullovers or polos. You will choose from Nike, Under Armour, Adidas, or a generic option- each will have a different price point:  https://www.b-unlimited.com/collections/coaches-vs-cancer-coaches-page
  • Orders must be placed by Friday, November 5th.
  • All shipments will be received by January 10th.
  • Payment: Checkout on the website listed above with a credit card or you can request to be invoiced by emailing danica@b-unlimited.com or calling 479.582.1515 (in order to be invoiced you will need to know sizes, preferred brand, and shipping address with a cell phone number).


  • Encourage your fans to get involved by purchasing their own t-shirt version of the coaches Suits And Sneakers attire AND order warm up t-shirts for your players.


  • If you would like to purchase warm up t-shirts for your players, they can be purchased by clicking the following link:  https://www.b-unlimited.com/collections/coaches-vs-cancer
  • Promote the t-shirts to your fans and supporters via social media and on your athletic department website by sharing this link to where they can place their orders.

*Net proceeds from the sale of all Suits And Sneakers t-shirt related items will benefit the fight against childhood cancer through the American Cancer Society’s Gold Together program.


  • Wear your sneakers that stand out or have custom sneakers made for your Suits And Sneakers Week game.


  • Choose a pair of sneakers for you and your coaching staff that will really stand out on the bench- the brighter the better! 
  • If you want to have your sneakers custom painted, please reach out to anne.gmerek@cancer.org for detailed instructions and to be connected with a designer no later than November 5.


  • Fundraise!


  • If you would like to fundraise for Coaches vs. Cancer and compete against other schools across the country, please visit www.suitsandsneakers.orgto find out how to set up your team’s virtual fundraising page. 
  • Keep in mind that even if you host an in-person fundraising event, we still want you to set up an online fundraising page to reflect the totals raised offline so that everyone is able to see your success! The guide to how your offline funds can show up on your online fundraising page can be found in the “forms and documents” section of suitsandsneakers.org towards the bottom of the page.

*All money raised on these online fundraising pages will go towards our childhood cancer efforts through the American Cancer Society’s Gold Together campaign.


  • A little extra help will go a long way.
  • Please engage anyone on your staff who will help to facilitate the ordering, communication, and promotion of the Suits And Sneakers Week opportunities.
  • During Suits And Sneakers Week, share with the media why you are wearing the branded apparel and sneakers during your game and encourage your fans to help support the fight against cancer.

*Please check back in early January for a Suits And Sneakers media kit ut the followijg up in that area  OK?

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