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High School Football America's Pink Arrow Pride Video mentioned in NY Times Blog
7 minute video vignette focused on Lowell (Michigan) High School's pink game that has raised $300,000 for cancer prevention, research and support.
Drape, who in 2009 authored the high school football book Our Boys, called the video vignette on Lowell (Michigan) High School playing in pink uniforms to raise money and awareness for cancer "moving".
The Pink Arrow Pride game features the Lowell Red Arrows turning into the "Pink Arrows" by wearing pink jerseys in the battle against cancer.
"What has been happening in Lowell over the last three years with its Pink Arrow Pride game, epitomizes the type of stories that we're looking to tell," said Jeff Fisher, Founder/Editor-
In three years, Pink Arrow Pride has raised over $300,000.
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About High School Football America
Founded in 2008 by award-winning sports journalist Jeff Fisher, High School Football America is dedicated to telling the story of small town high school football across the United States. High School Football America produces 5-8 minute video vignettes on small town high school football teams and their communities. In addition to its original video content, High School Football America has a network of 52-blogs, called The High School Football Huddle that has received over 1-million page views in three years. The latest addition to High School Football America is the creation of a 501 (C) 3 not-for-profit called “The Write Way Foundation” that has a mission of helping aspiring high school students achieve their dreams of becoming a journalist. For more information, go to www.highschoolfootballamerica.com.