Austin Spurs Host Pink Night Sponsored by Texas Oncology on Jan 26th

By Meagan Miller | January 13, 2017

AUSTIN SPURS HOST PINK NIGHT SPONSORED BY TEXAS ONCOLOGY ON JAN. 26

AUSTIN, TX (Jan. 12, 2017) – The Austin Spurs, presented by SWBC, will host Pink Night sponsored by Texas Oncology and benefiting Susan G. Komen Austin on Thursday, Jan. 26. Austin hosts the Northern Arizona Suns at 8 p.m. at the H-E-B Center at Cedar Park for this annual game to assist in the campaign to raise breast cancer awareness.

The team will wear special jerseys sporting the iconic pink ribbon that will be auctioned off immediately following the game with proceeds benefitting Susan G. Komen Austin. Additionally, Texas Oncology and ReBath of Austin are providing complimentary tickets for survivors and their families.

The Spurs-Suns matchup will air on ESPNU. For tickets or more information about Pink Night, call the Austin Spurs office at (512) 236-8333 or go to austinspurs.com or ticketmaster.com.

About Komen Austin
Susan G. Komen Austin is an Austin-based nonprofit committed to saving lives locally and fighting breast cancer globally. Komen Austin is the only local breast cancer organization attacking the disease on all fronts – education, screening, treatment, follow-up care, survivorship support, advocacy and research. Since 1999, the nonprofit has invested more than $11 million into breast health services and educational efforts in counties such as Bastrop, Caldwell, Hays, Travis and Williamson counties. In addition, over $5 million has been raised to fund global research studies to find the cures for breast cancer. For more information please visit komenaustin.org.

About Spurs Sports & Entertainment
Spurs Sports & Entertainment is the premier provider of sports and entertainment in South Texas. SS&E owns and operates the San Antonio Spurs (NBA), San Antonio Rampage (AHL), San Antonio Stars (WNBA), Austin Spurs (NBA Development League), San Antonio FC (USL) and also manages the day-to-day operations of the AT&T Center and Toyota Field.