... only the pro-stadium people are against cancer? I'm pretty sure that no one would actually be trying to say that, but there certainly is that subliminal implication.
Hey, I know the pro-stadium group are trying to come up with clever ideas to market their stadium and the Pink Ribbon Project's just looking for some funding but this joint marketing venture leaves me with a less than positive feeling. The pro-stadium group also comes away from this looking more that a little disingenuous with the shirt graphics (as per the pic above) only talking about the stadium and nothing else.
Also not so sure it's a smart idea for a charity like the Pink Ribbon Project, or any charity for that matter, to align themselves with a group on either side of a hotly contested political issue. A charity should be politically neutral. It's an unwise public relations choice to decide otherwise.
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