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Johns Creek wraps four police vehicles in pink to honor Breast Cancer Awareness Month

September 26, 2019

Breast Cancer Awareness MonthThe City of Johns Creek and the Johns Creek Police Department decked out four police vehicles in pink to promote Breast Cancer Awareness Month and honor those affected by the breast cancer journey. 

Johns Creek residents, businesses, community members, and the media are invited to visit and take photos/selfies with the four Johns Creek police vehicles and officers taking the awareness campaign to the streets.

When: Tuesday, October 1, 2019, 11 a.m.
Where: Johns Creek City Hall, (front of the building), 11360 Lakefield Drive Johns Creek, GA 30097
What: Photo opportunities and selfie-shots with Pink Patrol Cars!
Who: Meet and greet with police officers, city staff, and elected officials as well as a few Hometown Heroes!
Why: A visible and notable change can help spread awareness, inspire hope and promote early detection, education, and support services within the Johns Creek community.