All coaches, players, parents and football fans are invited to enjoy a celebration of high school football and the 2018 Real Men Wear Pink (RMWP) campaign. The ESPNDecatur Real Men Wear Pink High School Football Awards is a yearly awards ceremony held at different schools in the coverage area of Neuhoff Media. This year, the event’s host school is Maroa-Forsyth High School and will be held Sunday, January 27 at 6 p.m.

Watch as the area’s finest football talents are honored as well as each RMWP school recognized for their contributions to this year’s campaign. Awards at this year’s event include: top quarterback, running back, pass catcher, offensive line, defensive lineman, linebacker, defensive back, head coach and pink warrior.

The Pink Warrior Award is given to someone who has made a special impact in the fight against breast cancer. This could be a survivor who is especially strong and has an inspiring story or someone from the community who went above and beyond in raising awareness for the disease.

The event will also feature a dessert reception. Tickets are $8 each and are available for purchase at Neuhoff Media Studios in downtown Decatur. For more information, contact ESPNDecatur at 217-423-9744.

Media Contact

Andrew Dilbeck


HSHS Illinois
Office: 217-464-5610
Andrew.Dilbeck@hshs.org

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