Headwear Association Kicks Off 2010 ‘Hat Day in the Sun’

To promote the benefits of wearing a hat to protect against skin cancer, premature skin damage and aging, The Headwear Association (THA) hosts its annual national public awareness campaign Hat Day in the Sun on Friday, June 18.

To promote the benefits of wearing a hat to protect against skin cancer, premature skin damage and aging, The Headwear Association (THA) hosts its annual national public awareness campaign Hat Day in the Sun on June 18, the beginning of summer.

At 10 locations around the country, THA members will be giving away free wide-brimmed sun-protection hats . Foa list of cities, locations and times, click here.

Photos from last year's Hat Day in the Sun

Photos from last year's Hat Day in the Sun

“With 90% of skin cancers caused by sun exposure, wearing a wide-brimmed hat is a perfect companion to sunscreen in an effort to protect your skin outdoors,” says Courtney Bush, president of The Headwear Association.

For more information, visit www.theheadwearassociation.org.

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