Stanfield’s Pants Off for Prostate Cancer—in support of Prostate Cancer Canada Atlantic Region—took place Thursday April 21st, at Murphy’s Cable Wharf.
Last year, we had one very untraditional kitchen party.
This year, we dropped our pants for some #GoodCleanFun.
Sometimes a little humor helps start the conversation about a serious subject like prostate cancer, and “Pants Off” does that well.
Our Good Clean Fun Ambassadors, Jon Stanfield of Stanfield’s, and Dennis Campbell of Ambassatours joined us at the coolest party in town. (Everything’s cooler without pants.) Special guest Matt Laundry set up his laundromat at Murphy’s for the night to ensure good, clean fun was had by all.
Guests enjoyed a one of a kind party atmosphere, live entertainment, festive food, dancing and celebrity guests. It was simply a great party – with our pants off!
All proceeds from Stanfield’s Pants Off for Prostate Cancer benefited Prostate Cancer Canada Atlantic which fundraises for the elimination of the disease through research, education, support and awareness.
Prostate cancer is the most common cancer to afflict Canadian men. One in every eight men is diagnosed with the disease during his lifetime. This year alone, nearly 24,000 Canadian men and their families will face a prostate cancer diagnosis. But, there’s hope. When detected early, the survival rate for prostate cancer is over 90%. Prostate Cancer Canada recommends that men over 40 get their PSA tested in order to establish a baseline.