BUSCH GARDENS INTRODUCES OLIVIA NEWTON-JOHN
TO ITS OWN VERSION OF “PINK AND BLUE”
Pop Star Held Her “Pink and Blue For Two” Fundraising Event
at the Tampa Park To Raise Awareness for Breast and Prostate Cancers
TAMPA, Fla. (Oct. 28, 2010) — Olivia Newton-John met a pink flamingo and blue hyacinth macaw at Busch Gardens Tampa Bay Wednesday right before she hosted the second annual benefit fundraiser, Pink and Blue For Two (PB42), at the park.
Newton-John, an 18-year breast cancer survivor, paired with H. Lee Moffitt, founder of the Tampa Moffitt Cancer Center, for this year’s event. The campaign was created to raise awareness about the strikingly similar statistics between breast and prostate cancers and to urge couples to remind one another to go to their doctors for screenings.
Busch Gardens Tampa Bay combines world-class thrill rides and one of North America’s largest zoos for an unforgettable adventure for the whole family.
Photo: Matt Marriott/Busch Gardens.