100 cancer survivors invited to 'Girls Night Out' annual event

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Retired Lions' Linebacker Stephen Tulloch returns to Detroit to host annual Girl's Night Out for breast cancer survivors. 

He’s invited 100 breast cancer survivors to the opening of the new Tiffany Haddish Comedy "Nobody's Fool" at the Emagine Theater in Royal Oak. 

There are still seats available for those interested in attending the annual event.

To reserve a spot for yourself, or someone affected by breast cancer, and one guest at Stephen Tulloch's Girl's Night Out please RSVP to EventsB1M@gmail.com. You must RSVP and receive a confirmation in order to attend.

Tulloch will be rolling out the pink carpet at 6:00pm on November 2, to provide a night of complimentary food, beverages, gifts, fun and laughter at the 7:00pm movie premiere dedicated to Metro-Detroit women affected by this disease. 

It is a disease that is close to the retired linebacker's heart, and he takes every opportunity to help cancer patients, survivors and their families through his Foundation and Operation 55.  

Of all the great work Tulloch does in the community, the Annual Evening of Hope is one of his favorite events. 

The event is free to attend for all breast cancer survivors and a guest.

“We’re calling it girls night out; we have a whole theater rented out, and we’re going to see the new Tiffany Haddish movie,” Sherrie Handrinos said with the Tulloch Foundation.

Breast cancer survivor Michelle Coulter inspired by the annual event. 

“It’s such an inspirational night to be surrounded by such beautiful strong women who have gone through or are still going through treatment and it gives you the night out to put everything else aside and enjoy,” Coulter said.

All survivors at the Evening of Hope Girl's Night Out event will receive a goody bag full of gifts, compliments of the Stephen Tulloch Foundation. 

For information on the Stephen Tulloch Foundation visit www.tulloch55.com.