Many lives can be saved if the necessary steps to identify breast cancer in its early stages are taken. That’s what Mike and Tricia’s Annual Pink Ribbon Week hopes to make you mindful of the most; that early detection is your best protection.
Hi, it’s Mike and Tricia. Our annual Pink Ribbon Week campaign is set for the week of October 13! Every morning that week, 93.1 KISS-FM along with volunteers from the El Paso chapter of Koman for the Cure, and the young ladies from Zeta Tau Alpha will be handing out education materials with important breast health information, self examination shower cards, and Pink Ribbons in honor of those who h
Hi, it's Mike and Tricia. We're rolling out our annual Pink Ribbon Week campaign beginning Monday, September 30. For the past 13 years, we've dedicated the first week in October to furthering the awareness of breast cancer -- its cause, prevention, diagnosis, treatment and cure.
Hi, it’s Mike and Tricia. We’re rolling out our annual Pink Ribbon Week campaign starting this Monday, September 30. Look for the 93.1 KISS-FM van, volunteers from the El Paso chapter of Koman for the Cure, and the young ladies from Zeta Tau Alpha in the Walmart parking lot on Dyer and Fred Wilson from 7 - 9 a.m.
If you were a girl who was lucky enough to grow up in the Judy Blume era, you know how she helped us all navigate through the minefield of puberty with her words. Tonight, we find out that she is navigating a minefield all her own, and once again, Judy is showing us how to grow up.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and that means MIKE and TRICIA’S Annual Pink Ribbon Week! Our thanks to the ZTA Sorority for the pink ribbons, and the El Paso Chapter of Koman for the Cure for providing the educational information. And especially YOU for stopping by!!!
The daily morning stops on MIKE and TRICIA'S 11th Annual Pink Ribbon Week tour wrap up tomorrow in the Bassett Place parking lot.
Look for 93.1 KISS-FM and the El Paso chapter of Koman for the Cure Friday morning by the electronic sign. We'll be handing out pink ribbons along with breast education and screening information.