HUBER HEIGHTS, Ohio (WDTN) - Firefighters in Huber Heights are raising money to help fight breast cancer in a unique way.
"It's not every day you get to see a fire truck pink."
Englewood's Yikes Stripes donated the time and materials to re-wrap a Huber Heights fire engine in pink to raise awareness about breast cancer.
"This is the second time we've done the fire truck. We did it last year."
Firefighters have been working with the Pink Ribbon Girls to raise money for a cure.
$40,000 is already in the coffers, but getting people to think pink isn't the only goal of this makeover.
People can buy space on the truck to add their names or their business's name to the design.
"It's good. It's really good. A lot of people wonder where the money goes. Here, it stays in Greene, Montgomery and Miami counties," said Todd Schindler, Owner of Yikes Stripes.
Call the Huber Heights Fire Department at 233-2080.
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