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Forward Madison FC Partners With Love Your Melon

By Forward Madison FC, 04/11/19, 9:30AM CDT


Forward Madison FC have partnered with Love Your Melon on a ticket promotion for opening night - only a limited supply of these hats will be available!

MADISON, WI — Forward Madison FC is proud to partner with Love Your Melon, an organization that raises funds for pediatric cancer research, on an exclusive opening day ticket offer. Fans who purchase a ticket via the Love Your Melon group portal link, will receive an exclusive, co-branded beanie along with their ticket to the Forward Madison FC inaugural home opener on April 27th at 7:00PM, at Breese Stevens Field. The $43 ticket includes the beanie ($35 value) plus a match ticket ($20 value), so fans save $12 and benefit a good cause.

Love Your Melon was founded in an entrepreneurship class at the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, Minnesota by two friends, Zachary and Brian, who wanted to start a business with a meaningful and positive social impact. On a mission to improve the lives of children battling cancer since October 22nd, 2012, Love Your Melon began with the simple idea of putting a hat on every child battling cancer in America and has continued to grow since then. To date, they have given more than $6.1 million to the fight against pediatric cancer.

Forward Madison FC’s community-focused mission led to this partnership with the idea to provide fans the opportunity to get a custom piece of team merchandise, while also helping raise money and bring awareness to an important cause. The U.S. made, custom, co-branded beanie with Love Your Melon has the community members in mind. The reflective patch ties in to the outdoor, nature-loving side of Madison, more specifically the biking world. The limited edition navy and white speckled beanie was chosen as the perfect way for fans to show support, while supporting a great cause that is making an impact in pediatric cancer. Fans who want one of the limited beanies can get their ticket at the following link:

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