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Thursday, October 6th, 2011

By Love Advertising

Houston Affiliate of Susan G. Komen For The Cure, Love Advertising

Love: Simply the Breast!

More than 38,000 people, including over 2,000 breast cancer survivors, walked, ran and cheered their way down Allen Parkway at the Komen Houston Race for the Cure® last Saturday morning in downtown Houston, and Love Advertising couldn’t miss being a part of the fun!

Our own Love team participated on Race Day in many ways, by running, walking, fundraising, and even assisting with coordinating the event and media interviews.


The Race Trifecta; Megan, Sara and Ashley

Mayor Annise Parker kicked off the Race, proclaiming it Komen Houston Race for the Cure Day and officially commencing Breast Cancer Awareness Month in the Bayou City.  Komen Houston is well on its way to reaching its goal of $4 million raised during Race season and the Love Advertising Team, who has already contributed $6,923.63, plans to continue fundraising until the November 15 deadline.


Check out some of our Race photos:

Megan and Ashley pose with the decorative ribbons.

Intern Nate helps out Khambrel Marshall of KPRC

Survivors sing at the Survivor Celebration

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Friday, September 30th, 2011

By Love Advertising

Houston Affiliate of Susan G. Komen For The Cure, Public Relations

Love Wears Pink

Tomorrow is the Komen Houston Race the Cure, and the Love team thoroughly enjoys participating each year. A new initiative Komen Houston and Love Advertising inspired this year, was Wear Pink to Work Day. Here is the Love group joining in on the fun!
Did you wear pink today? If so, show us your style on our Facebook Page. It is also not to late to participate in tomorrow’s Race for the Cure. Sign up at

Thursday, August 11th, 2011

By Love Advertising

Houston Affiliate of Susan G. Komen For The Cure, Uncategorized

Rockin’ the Race Kick-off!

Breakout your running shoes! The Houston Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure® kicked-off the 21st Annual Komen Houston Race for the Cure® season at Marathon Oil Tower yesterday.

The atrium of the Houston skyscraper was filled with excitement as executives from both Marathon Oil Corporation and the Houston Affiliate of Susan G. Komen held a press conference to kick-off the festivities. This year’s race will be held Saturday, October 1 in Downtown Sam Houston Park at 7:45 a.m. and registration is now open on

Clarence Cazalot Jr., Chairman, President and CEO of Marathon Oil Corporation, challenged everyone in attendance to Rock the Race this year and make it the most successful year yet, by raising five million dollars to be used in breast cancer research here in Southeast Texas. Cazalot’s message was received with enthusiasm by the hundreds of spectators adorned in pink clothing.

All attendants were encouraged to wear pink to the press conference in support of the new campaign initiative Susan G. Komen for the Cure® Wear Pink to Work Day. On September 30, the Friday before the largest footrace in Houston, everyone is encouraged to wear pink in an effort to raise awareness of the continual fight against breast cancer and to show Houstonians that the struggle is fought together and not alone.

Help spread the word on the new campaign by following the link and downloading collateral to send to your friends and family about the Susan G. Komen for the Cure® Wear Pink to Work Day and don’t forget to register for the race today!

Register today and make sure you tell us why you Race for the Cure®!

Friday, July 1st, 2011

By Love Advertising

Houston Affiliate of Susan G. Komen For The Cure

Love client McGuyer Homebuilders, Inc. donates to the Houston Affiliate of Susan G. Komen

McGuyer Homebuilders donated $15,000 to the Houston Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure as part of the ‘Built for the Cure’ campaign. Love’s VP of Public Relations, Jessica Manning, attended this event and spoke about being a part of Komen Houston.

McGuyer Homebuilders, Inc. (MHI) through its signature brands Plantation Homes, Coventry Homes, Pioneer Homes and Carmel Builders, the first large Houston home builder to partner with the Houston Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure, donated a part of the proceeds from the sale of its homes to the organization.

MHI donates to Komen Houston

The donation is the result of the company’s ‘Built for the Cure’ Marketing campaign that is dedicated to raising awareness of and finding a cure for breast cancer.

To celebrate the successful raising of funds for the Houston Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the cure, MHI employees, executives, and Komen Affiliate team members celebrated the event with a small reception at the builder’s corporate office. It was also announced at the event that the company team “Built for the Cure” will participate in this year’s Komen Race for the Cure held on Saturday, October 1, 2011 in Downtown Houston.

Known for its award winning home designs, the builder has also become known for its successful efforts in giving back to the community.

Last year, in Houston the company made a significant commitment to support an organization dedicated to finding a cure for breast cancer, announcing its partnership with the Houston Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure. This year, the builder has added to its commitment to the Houston Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure as a sponsor of its Impact Awards.

Plantation Homes is a platinum sponsor of this important event that was established to honor grant recipients and outstanding donors and volunteers. The event is also designed to inform the community of where and how money raised at Komen Houston events will be used.

The ‘Built for the Cure’ marketing campaign is a focal point of all of the company’s marketing efforts from signs in model homes to marketing in print and electronic media. In addition to increasing an awareness of the disease, buyers know that a portion of the proceeds from their new home will be donated to the organization known for bringing worldwide attention to breast cancer; with the money going directly to the Houston Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure.

For more information about how you can support Komen Houston or register for the Race for the Cure visit

Thursday, March 4th, 2010

By Love Advertising

Houston Affiliate of Susan G. Komen For The Cure


The Houston Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure will begin its 20th year of fighting the battle against breast cancer by “Painting the Town Pink” at the 2010 Pink Tie Gala, Saturday, March 6, 2010 at 7:00 p.m. at the InterContinental Hotel.

This year’s Gala theme is “Painting the Town Pink – Celebrating 20 Years of Komen Houston” and will surround guests with countless shades of the color pink symbolizing the thousands of survivors, volunteers and contributors that have helped Houston to become the top Komen Affiliate in the world for granting the most funds to its service area.

The evening, hosted by KRIV-TV Anchor Melissa Wilson will honor longtime Komen Houston supporters, Ann and Clarence Cazalot, President and CEO of Marathon Oil.

The Gala will again be presented by Kroger Food Stores and will begin with a cocktail reception and luxury silent auction, followed by a fabulous dinner and big board auction featuring. Guests will dance the night away to the sounds of Candy Coburn and Infinite Groove.

Along with the dinner and dancing, many exceptional individuals and groups will be honored for their continuous commitment to the Komen Houston Affiliate®. North Cypress Medical Center will receive the Hope Award for Ambassadorship, Paula and Gerard Stafford will receive the Hope Award for Individual Philanthropy and ConocoPhillips will receive the Hope Award for Corporate Philanthropy. All of these awards are bestowed on the business, individual or organization whose generous support has significantly advanced the mission of the Houston Affiliate®.

The Kendra Kirsch Co-Survivor Award will be given for the second year and is named in honor of Kendra Kirsch, a long-time Komen volunteer and breast cancer advocate who lost her battle with breast cancer after 10 courageous years in the summer of 2008 at the young age of 37. Kaye Driscoll is this year’s recipient of this special award which honors co-survivors who take on an incalculable role in the life of those battling breast cancer.

Money raised from the 2010 Pink Tie Gala will directly impact the Komen Houston Affiliate Service Area which includes Harris, Fort Bend, Chambers, Montgomery, Brazoria, Liberty, and Galveston counties by providing money for treatment, screening and education programs.

For more information:, email or call 713.783.9188.

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