Grace Potter Puts Pink to Paper
Acclaimed rock artist Grace Potter has already signed on to the Ink It Pink effort. Potter helped kick-off the campaign Saturday, September 24, during her band’s concert in New York City’s Central Park where she inked pink autographs for fans and encouraged them to do the same.
OAK BROOK, Ill., Sept. 26, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — This October, pink is the new black in the world of celebrity autographs as Sharpie® kicks off its annual “Ink It Pink” campaign to help fight breast cancer. The preferred autograph marker of celebrities everywhere, Sharpie is challenging celebrities and fans to ink it pink for the cause. For every pink autograph signed and submitted to www.sharpie.com during the month of October, Sharpie will donate $1* to City of Hope, one of the nation’s leading cancer research, treatment and education centers.
Here’s Graces siggy