BOOBYBALL celebrates its “SWEET 16″in Toronto@REBEL on Fri., October 13, 2017
Olivia-Newton-John’s iconic leg warmers, headband and of course her one of a kind video “Let’s Get Physical !”
Torontonians are invited to ‘Get Physical’ in support of
Rethink Breast Cancer.
Toronto’s biggest soiree invites guests to shake, strut and shimmy to the beat in support of Rethink Breast Cancer at the 16th annual Boobyball fundraiser on Friday, October 13 at 8 p.m. at REBEL (11 Polson St.). Party-goers will be transported back to the 80s and 90s and experience an evening filled with pink cocktails and scrumptious treats.
WHAT TO WEAR
Channel your teen self and bring back your favourite trends from the ‘80s and ‘90s. Leotards to legwarmers. Shoulder pads to scrunchies. Jean jackets to jelly shoes. Molly Ringwald to Kelly Kapowski. It’s all good.
This year’s fundraiser themed Let’s Get Physical, aims to promote and celebrate regular physical activity – whether it’s shimmying in the most luscious lycra or having an aerobic dance-off to the sickest beat – which helps reduce a woman’s lifetime risk of developing breast cancer.
Tickets for Toronto’s Boobyball: Get Physical are available for purchase at http://www.Boobyball.com.
Want to do more to raise funds for Rethink Breast Cancer? Hop on a totally rad retro pink bike at TOPSHOP’s ‘Get Physical’ lounge at Boobyball. Every time you sweat it out, TOPSHOP will donate another $1 to Rethink.
Last year’s Boobyball events hosted 4,000 young philanthropists across Canada and since 2002, Boobyball has raised over $4.2 million dollars for Rethink Breast Cancer’s work for young women concerned about and affected by breast cancer. This year, Boobyball aims to raise $540,000 through its coast to coast events hosted in Toronto (Oct. 13), Calgary (Oct. 14), Vancouver (Oct. 21), Ottawa (Oct. 27) and Halifax (Oct. 28).
Toronto’s Sizzling Activations:
TOPSHOP Get Physical Lounge with pink retro bikes – for every guest who sweats it out, TOPSHOP will donate another $1 to the cause
Yummy cocktails by teapigs and Tito’s Handmade vodka
Oxygen Bar, courtesy of Medreleaf
Tasty treats from Sweet Jesus
Retro-hair touch-ups and mini manis by Her Majesty’s Pleasure
VIP eats by STK and Hickory Farms
Shwinging Suds by Beau’s
A sweet ride home courtesy of Beck Taxi
Retro Photos by The Kit
Old School beats by DJ Brains4brkfst
Like, totally major gift bags
Check out the divine wines from Meiomi and Kim Crawford, cocktails created by teapigs and Tito’s Handmade Vodka and pints courtesy of Beau’s. Fuel up for the dance floor with Sweet Jesus and dive into delish creations from The Food Dudes. Glam up your look with retro-hair style touch-ups by Her Majesty’s Pleasure, all while jamming to memorable beats played by DJ Brains4brkfst, and much more!
To further generate buzz for the biggest bash, Rethink produced an old-school promotional workout video. Click here to view the video.
Boobyball was launched in 2002 by a group of dedicated young women in support of their friend Sarah O’Regan who, at just 23 years old, was diagnosed with aggressive, advanced breast cancer. Fast forward 16 years, and Boobyball is now one of the most coveted and high profile fundraising events for young philanthropists in Toronto, Calgary, Ottawa and Winnipeg, and Sarah is a thriving mother of three. Since 2002, Boobyball has raised over $4.2 million dollars for Rethink Breast Cancer’s work for young women concerned about and affected by breast cancer. For more about Boobyball, visit http://www.boobyball.com.
About Rethink Breast CancerTM
Rethink Breast Cancer’s mission is to empower young people worldwide who are concerned about and affected by breast cancer. Rethink is the first ever Canadian charity to bring bold, relevant awareness to the 40s and under crowd; foster a new generation of young and influential breast cancer supporters; infuse sass and style into the cause; and, most importantly, respond to the unique needs of young women going through it. By taking a breakthrough approach to all aspects of breast cancer – education, resources, advocacy, community building, and fundraising – Rethink is thinking differently about breast cancer. To find out more about Rethink Breast Cancer, visit rethinkbreastcancer.com.
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We would like to thank Stacey Fishman, Rock-It Promotions, Inc. for the invitation to this event.