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Giants and Dannon host Breast Cancer Awareness event



October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, an annual campaign to increase awareness of the disease.

Every year, the NFL does its part with its campaign, "A Crucial Catch". By partnering with the American Cancer Society, the NFL, its clubs and players help reinforce the importance of regular breast cancer screenings and provide education on detection and different treatments.

Like all 32 clubs, the Giants did their part this year by teaming up with Dannon to host a "Play in Pink" event in the field house at the Quest Diagnostics Training Center. The event was attended by many Dannon employees and was hosted by rookie wide receiver Sterling Shepard.

The talented rookie led a series of drills and even put his quarterback skills to the test with some fun group activities. All attendees came dressed in pink outfits and prizes were awarded to a few select winners.

Visit to learn ways you can help fight the disease. Check out to get more information about the league's "A Crucial Catch" campaign, and Dannon's website for info on their participation in the campaign.

The Giants teamed up with Dannon to host a "Play in Pink" event for Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

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