3rd Annual Men Wear Pink Plane Pull Breast Cancer Awareness 10/01

 Sunday, Oct. 1, 2023, from 9-1 p.m. (registration begins at 8 a.m.; plane pull competition begins at 9 a.m.)


WHERE:               New York Stewart International Airport

                                   Second Aviation Hangar,

                                   105 First St., New Windsor, N.Y.


WHO:                     Bankers, doctors, pilots, and dozens of breast cancer supporters from across the Hudson Valley will embrace their inner super-hero strength for the 2023 Hudson Valley Plane Pull Brought to You by Men Wear Pink David Claisse to benefit the American Cancer Society’s Men Wear Pink campaign.   


WHAT:                More than two dozen teams consisting of ten people will have the opportunity to step on the tarmac, work together and pull a United GoJet CRG 145 - 50 passenger plane. Teams will compete to make the fastest time from the start to finish point, the second fastest time, the most spirited, as well as biggest heart (which is last place so all teams have a chance to win prizes). Additionally, there will be outdoor games, entertainment, child and adult crafts, appearances by Hudson Valley Ghostbusters and the Mandalorian, (the fictional character in the Star Wars franchise), Roamer digital photo booth, a DJ and food trucks.  


“This is an incredible and unique opportunity for the Hudson Valley community to pull together and fund the American Cancer Society’s efforts to fight breast cancer,” said David Claisse, whose mother is a two-time breast cancer survivor.


The 2023 Hudson Valley Plane Pull Brought to you by Men Wear Pink David Claisse. Nearly $25,000 has been raised to date, with funds still coming in. To learn more or donate visit www.acsmove.org/planepull to sign up or call (845) 781- 6131.



Mean Wear Pink Campaign


Men Wear Pink Ambassadors raise awareness and funds to support the American Cancer Society’s vision to end cancer as we know it, for everyone, by committing to raise at least $2,500 and wearing pink every day in October.


Breast cancer can affect anyone. Not only are more than 2,700 men in the US diagnosed this year, but so are more than 287,500 of their daughters, wives, mothers, sisters, and friends. In 2022, more than 68,000 women and men are expected to die from the disease nationwide.


The campaign was designed to engage male community leaders and influencers in the American Cancer Society’s mission to eliminate breast cancer.


In 2022, more than 2,300 Ambassadors engaged in 120 campaigns to raise more than $11 million.


Every dollar raised helps the American Cancer Society save lives from breast cancer by funding innovative breast cancer research; providing education and guidance to help people reduce their risk; and offering comprehensive patient support to those who need it most so that no one faces breast cancer alone.


About The American Cancer Society

The American Cancer Society is a leading cancer-fighting organization with a vision to end cancer as we know it, for everyone. For more than 100 years, we have been improving the lives of people with cancer and their families as the only organization combating cancer through advocacy, research, and patient support. We are committed to ensuring everyone has an opportunity to prevent, detect, treat, and survive cancer. To learn more, visit cancer.org or call our 24/7 helpline at 1-800-227-2345. Connect with us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.




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