Help promote prostate cancer awareness in the UK

Whether you live in London, England or Juno, Alaska, here’s your chance to help make sure men in England understand their risk for prostate cancer.

An advertising competition has been held for innovative advertising to run on the big red “double-decker” buses that are common in many parts of the UK. An ad for prostate cancer awareness created by the Bluefrog agency and sponsored by The Prostate Cancer Charity has made it into the finals.

Voting runs from now through July 23rd. You can vote once a day, so “vote early and vote often” for the “Wild card winner. Bluefrog for The Prostate Cancer Charity – T-Side” advertisement on the Up Everyone’s Street web site. The ad you are looking for may be on the first or the second page of the list of finalists. It looks like this:


Just follow the simple instructions and make your vote count for prostate cancer awareness.

Oh … and in England the abbreviation “GP” stands for “general practitioner” — your family doctor. (In case you needed help understanding the ad!)

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