Manchester, (PressExposure) May 09, 2009 -- T-shirts supplied by Wildcat Marketing will be worn by thousands of participants in the Keep Fit & Pink 10km walk on Sunday 14th June in Manchester City Centre from 12 noon.
The bespoke T-shirts feature the Genesis logo in a vibrant pink plus the slogan 'Keep fit and pink and help prevent breast cancer' on the front and contact information plus the slogan 'The Genesis Appeal, creating a future without breast cancer' on the reverse. A colourful design ensuring wearers will stand out from the crowd in showing their support of raising funds and awareness for the prevention of breast cancer.
Alistair Macpherson, Director of Wildcat Marketing, said: "The Genesis Appeal has produced amazing work in the past and is a fantastic charity that continues to grow each year. Hopefully this event will prove inspirational to many people and raises awareness and funds for the charity."
Following the success of The Genesis Appealâs annual Twilight Walk, first staged in 2007, the charity has expanded and rebranded the event to allow even more people to take part. The event will encourage people across the North West to get fit and healthy to prevent breast cancer. It will now take place during the day, enabling participants of all ages to join in the family-fun day out, with fitness instructors urging on participants throughout the day. The event will include famous faces from Channel M, live music, fitness activities, food stalls, celebrity guests and kidsâ activities â from face-painting to a fun quiz about Manchester.
Rebecca Atkinson, who plays Karen in Shameless, will join Dr Chris Steele, the family GP from This Morning, and TV presenter Gordon Burns in kick starting the charity walk which is estimate to welcome 2,000 participants from all over the North West and beyond, who will make their way around the city centre in groups of 100 â beginning and completing the walk in Albert Square.
Registration is now open for The Genesis âKeep Fit & Pinkâ 10km Walk, which is being organised in conjunction with Manchester City Council. Participants are being urged to sign up by 22 May.
This event is open to all ages. Registration costs Â£12 for adults and Â£8 for children over five-years-old. Family tickets are available. To register, please visit http://www.genesisuk.org or email firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also call The Genesis Appealâs office on 0161 291 4400.
About Wildcat Marketing Wildcat are the total solution for bespoke merchandise, corporatewear, events merchandise and workwear.
Established in the mid 90s and based in Cheadle on the outskirts of Greater Manchester, Wildcat has quickly gained a reputation for reliability, providing corporate and promotional customers with a fast, flexible and cost-efficient service that they can depend on.
In addition to supplying and customising branded clothing, Wildcat also design and source offshore bespoke products for some of the UK's leading retailers. Response times and margins are critical in this sector and it is a testament to the quality of Wildcat's service that their success is driven by considerable repeat business from several major blue chip companies.
About the Genesis Appeal The Genesis Appeal is the only UK charity dedicated entirely to the prevention of breast cancer. Currently, one in ten women in the UK will develop breast cancer and it is the most common cancer in women in the country, with 44,000 diagnoses a year. The aim of the Genesis Appeal is to âMake 1 in 10, none in 10â.
The Genesis Appeal has helped to fund the Genesis Breast Cancer Prevention Centre, which is Europeâs first ever, purpose-built centre of its kind. The Â£14 million state-of-the-art project â based at Wythenshawe Hospital in Manchester â brings together internationally recognised medical experts and houses pioneering work into diagnosis, education and research into the prevention and treatment of breast cancer.
Notes to Editors: For information on Wildcat Marketing please contact Andrew Barton at Inspia For more information about the charity and The Nightingale Centre and Genesis Prevention Centre see: http://www.genesisuk.org or call 0161 291 4400. Press Release Distribution By PressReleasePoint