Love Your Melon Celebrates Superhero Day with Buy One, Get One Beanies

MINNEAPOLIS–(BUSINESS WIRE)–On National Superhero Day (April 28, 2017), Love
Your Melon
will send thousands of college students dressed as
superheroes into children’s hospitals across the country to give over
10,000 beanies to children battling cancer. In celebration of Superhero
Day, April 28 will be “Buy One, Get One Beanie Day” for customers
purchasing a beanie at loveyourmelon.com.


Superhero Day was first hosted at the University of Minnesota Masonic
Children’s Hospital in 2014. Love Your Melon’s Campus Crews will host
Superhero Day events on April 27 and 28 to brighten the spirits of
children undergoing cancer treatment. In addition to games, live music
and entertainment, Love Your Melon Campus Crew Members will hand out
warm beanies to children in hospitals and support facilities across the
nation.

Love Your Melon has given a beanie to every child battling cancer in
America and continues to give one to every child newly diagnosed with
cancer. In addition, fifty percent of profit from the sale of all Love
Your Melon products is given to Love Your Melon’s nonprofit partners in
the fight against pediatric cancer.

Love Your Melon Superhero Day is taking place at the following hospitals:

ARIZONA

– Diamond Children’s Medical Center at Banner Health

– Phoenix Children’s Hospital

CALIFORNIA

– Children’s Hospital of Orange County

– Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford

– Rady Children’s Hospital – San Diego

– Miller Children’s Hospital

– Loma Linda University of Children’s

– CHLA

– Mattel Children’s Hospital

COLORADO

– Children’s Hospital Colorado

CONNECTICUT

– Connecticut Children’s Medical Center

– Yale-New Haven Children’s Hospital

DELAWARE

– Alfred I. DuPont Hospital for Children

GEORGIA

– Aflac Cancer Center and Blood Disorders Service

– Children’s Hospital in Macon

HAWAII

– Kapiolani Medical Center for Women and Children

IOWA

– Blank Children’s Hospital

– Mercy Medical Center – Des Moines

– University of Iowa Children’s Hospital

IDAHO

– St. Luke’s Children’s Hospital

ILLINOIS

– Advocate Oak Lawn

– Advocate Park Ridge

– Children’s Hospital of Illinois

– Corner Children Hospital

– Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago

– RMHC Lurie

– University of Loyola Medical Center

INDIANA

– Lutheran Children’s Hospital

– Memorial Hospital of South Bend

– Riley Children’s Hospital

– RMHC Central Indiana

KANSAS

– Wesley Medical Center

– Stormont-Vail Hospital

KENTUCKY

– Kentucky Children’s

– Norton’s Children’s Hospital

MASSACHUSETTS

– Baystate Medical Center

– Boston Children’s Hospital

– Dana Farber Cancer Institute

– Franciscan Children’s

– Christopher’s Haven

MARYLAND

– John Hopkins Hospital

– University of Maryland Medical Center

MAINE

– Barbara Bush Children’s Hospital at Maine Medical Center

MICHIGAN

– Beaumont Children’s Hospital

– Bronson Methodist

– Children’s Hospital of Detroit

– Helen Devos

– RMHC Ann Arbor

– RMHC Detroit

– Sparrow Children’s Hospital

MINNESOTA

– CentraCare

– Children’s Minnesota – Minneapolis

– Children’s Minnesota – St. Paul

– Essentia Health – Duluth

– Masonic Children’s Hospital

– Mayo Clinic

– RMHC Rochester

– RMHC Twin Cities

MISSOURI

– Cardinal Glennof

– Children’s Mercy Hospital

– St. Louis Children’s Hospital

– RMHC Kansas City

– University of Missouri Hospital

MONTANA

– Kalispell Regional Medical Center

NORTH DAKOTA

– Sanford Children’s Fargo

NEBRASKA

– Children’s Hospital & Medical Center

– RMHC Omaha

NEW HAMPSHIRE

– Portsmouth Regional Hospital

NEW JERSEY

– Monmouth Medical Center (The Valerie Fund)

– Newark Beth Israel Medical Center

NEVADA

– Children’s Hospital Nevada

NEW YORK

– Suny Upstate Medical Center

– Cohen Children’s Medical Center

– The Brooklyn Hospital Center

– New York Presbyterian Queens

– The Children’s Hospital at Montefiore

OHIO

– Akron Children’s Hospital

– Cincinnati Childrens

– Cleveland Clinic

– Dayton Children’s

– Nationwide Children’s Hospital

– RMHC Cincinnati

– RMHC Cleveland

– RMHC Columbus

– Toledo Children’s Hospital

OKLAHOMA

– Children’s Hospital at Saint Francis

OREGON

– Doernbecher Children’s Hospital

– Randall Children’s Hospital

PENNSYLVANIA

– Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh

– Janet Weis Children’s Hospital

– Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center

– RMHC Hershey

– RMHC Pittsburgh

– RMHC Philadelphia

RHODE ISLAND

– Hasbro Children’s Hospital

SOUTH CAROLINA

– MUSC Children’s Hospital

TENNESSEE

– Children’s Hospital at Erlanger

– St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital

TEXAS

– Cook Children’s Medical Center

– Dell Children’s Medical Center of Central Texas

– MD Anderson Cancer Center

– Texas Children’s Hospital

– Covenant Children’s

UTAH

– Primary Children’s Center

VIRGINIA

– Carilion Roanoke Memorial Hospital

– Inova Children’s Hospital

– UVA Children’s Hospital

VERMONT

– UVM Medical Center

– University of Vermont Children’s Hospital

WASHINGTON

– Mary Bridge Children’s Hospital and Health Center

– Sacred Heart Children’s Hospital

WISCONSIN

– American Family Children’s Hospital

– Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin

– RMHC Milwaukee

WEST VIRGINIA

– Hoops Family Children’s Hospital

– WVU Healthcare Children’s Hospital

ABOUT LOVE YOUR MELON

Love Your Melon is an apparel brand dedicated to giving a hat to every
child battling cancer in America as well as supporting nonprofit
organizations who lead the fight against pediatric cancer. Zachary Quinn
and Brian Keller founded the company in 2012 while the two were
sophomores in college. To date, over 98,000 beanies have been given and
more than $2,600,000 million has been given to fund cancer research
initiatives. Fifty percent of Love Your Melon’s profit is given to their
nonprofit partners in the fight against pediatric cancer. More
information about Love Your Melon can be found at loveyourmelon.com.

Contacts

Lola Red PR
Keegan Shoutz, 612-333-1723