Pubs encouraged to back Men United Arms campaign

Pubs encouraged to back Men United Arms campaign

Former professional darts player Bobby George is urging landlords to sign up to Prostate Cancer UK’s Men United Arms campaign.

The campaign encourages pub, club and bar licensees to raise awareness and funds to help beat prostate cancer.

After signing up, pubs, clubs and bars have until 31 March 2018 to raise as much money and awareness as they can. On registration, venues will receive a kit including beer mats, bunting and posters, and all pubs who raise over £200 will be automatically entered into a competition with the chance of winning branded drip trays and T-shirts.

The top five fundraising pubs in the UK will then be shortlisted in the running to become Prostate Cancer UK’s favourite local. A panel of industry experts will nominate their winner based on the amount raised, most innovative idea, customer involvement, and their commitment to their local community.

The winners of Prostate Cancer UK’s favourite local will receive free social media advertising, a cheque presentation, a framed personalised Prostate Cancer UK shirt and publicity within their local and trade media.

To sign up for a fundraising pack or receive more information, visit prostatecanceruk.org/menunitedarms.