Detroit Lions’ middle linebacker Stephen Tulloch is partnering with Lady Jane’s Haircuts for Men and their foundation, Wicked Awesome Wishes throughout the 2013 NFL season to raise awareness of childhood and breast cancer in Metro Detroit. Through the partnership, Tulloch and Lady Jane’s will choose a child or family that have been affected by cancer to receive two front row tickets to the every Detroit Lions home game.
Throughout the months of September and October, the Stephen Tulloch Foundation and Lady Jane’s will also take 55 kids and families to each Detroit Lions home game from Angels of Hope and the Pink Fund, honoring families that have been affected by this terrible disease. All attendees receive a ticket, food and Team Tulloch shirts to wear to the game.
There is a Lady Jane's in Royal Oak located at 30271 Woodward Ave.
“Ever since I began my foundation, one of my main focuses has been to help those who have been affected by cancer,” said Tulloch. “I really appreciate Chad and Lady Jane’s stepping up and helping make this possible through this partnership and I can’t wait to see the looks on the faces of our guests when we give them their front row tickets.”
“We couldn’t be more excited about this season-long partnership with Tully, he does a lot in the community and now that I have my own foundation, it makes sense to reach out and do as many things as we can to help others,” said Chad Johnson, CEO of Lady Jane’s. “Too many of us have been or know someone who has been affected by cancer, and we’re looking forward to granting their wishes by giving them front row tickets to watch their favorite team.”
If you or someone close to you has been affected by cancer, please visit www.WickedAwesomeWishes.org and submit who you think should win our front row ticket giveaway!
Source: Stephen Tulloch Foundation