Black Knight is Aiming to “Conquer” Cancer

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As Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) athletes prepare to clash on the badminton courts, Black Knight is aiding in the ongoing battle against cancer.

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The CCAA’s Official Badminton Partner is donating proceeds from the sale of their Black Knight Conqueror badminton racquets to breast cancer research and the products will be available for purchase at the 2015 CCAA Badminton National Championships.

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The “Conqueror Project” was launched by former Black Knight employee Kathleen Lamb in 2014 with the goal of raising $100,000 for breast cancer research in Canada. Black Knight has supported Lamb’s efforts by producing special-edition Conqueror badminton and squash racquets and donating $10 from the sale of each item to breast cancer charities. Black Knight is also donating $5 from each sale of their Conqueror quick dry athletic t-shirts to the project.

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Those interested in supporting the “Conqueror Project” can purchase the charitable racquets at locations and events across the country including at the CCAA Badminton National Championships, which will be hosted by the University of King’s College in Halifax March 4-7.

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More information about the “Conqueror Project” is available online at www.conquerorproject.com. A list of participating retailers is provided on the site as is the opportunity to purchase the Conqueror racquets and shirts directly online.

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As the long serving “Official Shuttlecock and Badminton Equipment of the CCAA”, Black Knight provides SH6800 “A” feathered shuttlecocks for competition and products for prizing at the CCAA Badminton National Championships.

The CCAA is a national sport organization enriching the academic experiences of student-athletes through intercollegiate sport.

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