Bras for a Cause boasts uncanny creativity

Erin Go Braugh. Mardi Bra. Big Bazooka Bra. Enough said.
Annie Zelm
Oct 25, 2011

Erin Go Braugh. Mardi Bra. Big Bazooka Bra. Enough said.

Year after year, Bras for a Cause heaps on the creativity for its annual contest to raise money for a good cause — cancer research and providing assistance for patients and their families.

This year is no different: A cornucopia of bras will be on display all weekend at the entrance to Sandusky Mall, where folks can pay $1 to vote for their favorite creation.

“They never run out of ideas,” event coordinator Joanne Hubbard said. “Some are spending a lot of money and time on them.”

Winners will be announced Nov. 2 at Girls’ Night Out, hosted at Kalahari Resort. The top vote-getters will receive cash prizes of $400, $200 or $100.

A silent auction of the decorated bras will follow, with proceeds benefiting Cancer Services, Firelands Regional Medical Center Cancer Program Fund, Fisher-Titus Mammography Fund and North Coast Cancer Foundation.

Want to enter?

If you want to put your best bra forward, it’s not too late — the deadline has been extended. Entries must be submitted by Thursday. Be sure to include the completed entry form, decorated bra and non-refundable $20 entry fee. For information call 419-577-1107 or 419-626-4548 or download the entry form at girlsnightoutcharity.com. To vote for your favorite, cast your ballot for $1 this Friday through Sunday at the Sandusky Mall’s main entrance.