Celebrities Took Their Pants Off for Prostate Cancer Canada 2013
I knew it was going to be a fun one when I received the invitation to the Pants Off for Prostate Cancer Fundraising Event. The party did not disappoint, hundreds of guests and professionals took off their pants and gathered at the Berkeley Church, partied the night away in their kinkiest boxers and briefs, all the while raising awareness and funds for this serious below-the-belt disease. This year’s event, themed ‘Pants Off Fore! Golf & Country Club’, attracted celebrity guests such as Glen Peloso (celebrity interior designer), Brock McLaughlin (BestFan TV), Taysha Fuller (Degrassi) all in attendance in their best clubhouse look. Checkered briefs with matching bow-ties, Argyles and stripes were some of the populars. Racks of bright, funky boxers were also available for purchase for a chance to win great raffle prizes.
Did you know…
That Prostate Cancer is the most common cancer among Canadian men? That is one out of seven, 26,500 of our men affected by the disease this year alone. Prostate Cancer Canada encourages men over the age of 40 to do PSA testing and a Digital Rectal Exam as part of their annual checkup for early detection of prostate cancer.
More about Pants Off for Prostate Cancer…
Pants Off for Prostate Cancer is a fun, edgy and innovative event held annually to raise funds for Prostate Cancer Canada, a leading charity funding prostate cancer research, programs, and awareness. To participate, guests are asked to take off their pants upon entrance. This year’s event was generously sponsored by tonight Newspaper, Bayer Inc., Redwood Asset Management, and Joe Boxer. Other supporting sponsors and friends include Fasken Martineau, Georgeson, Beam Global, Cave Spring Cellars, Collins Barrow, CST Phoenix Advisors, Deloitte, Hogtown Brewers, Mill Street Brewery, and Renaissance Investments.
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