The Bret Miller 1T Foundation, a 501c3 that educates the community about
male breast cancer, is working on a film that will shine a bright light
on an often-ignored disease, male breast cancer.
Watch our trailer below and read our story,
MEN HAVE BREASTS TOO from Bret Miller 1T Foundation on Vimeo.
On October 28, 2014 Bret Miller was invited by the Kansas City Royals To sit in the prestigious " BUCK O'NEIL LEGACY SEAT " Bret , along with his Mom, Peggy attended Game 6 of the 2014 World Series
( Yes The ROYALS did Win 10-0 ! ). They met with many members of the Royals and MLB.com , They had spectacular night of pampering, Baseball, and Celebrity Treatment. A Magical and exciting night being recognized for his work in bringing awareness to the world that Men too Can get Breast Cancer. Thank You again, Kansas City Royals for your recognition, We are Humbled.
Below is some video of our night.
Buck O'Neil had an enormous impact on the world of baseball and the lives of the everyday people he touched. Buck spent many days and nights supporting the Royals from the same seat behind home plate at Kauffman Stadium, both as a scout and a fan. To honor Buck, the Buck O'Neil Legacy Seat Program fills "Buck's Seat" for every home game with a member of the community who, on a large or small scale, embodies an aspect of Buck's spirit.
Fox Sports Kansas City joins the Royals to remember the impact of Buck O'Neil and to honor those who are so vital to our communities. In addition to being guests of the Royals at Kauffman Stadium, Buck Seat honorees are featured during Fox Sports Kansas City broadcasts of home Royals games.
FROM MLB.COM Interview
October 21, 2014; Bret Miller and Peggy Miller on with Cynthia Newsome talking about Breast Cancer Awareness &
MALE BREAST CANCER AWARENESS WEEK, Oct 19th - 25th
Thank You Cynthia Newsome For Your Help in us Getting the word out!!
THE MORNING DRIVE – RICH ANDERSON
Radio Interview October 21, 2014 with Rich Anderson, Talking about Breast Cancer Awareness week for Men!! Such a great host and we were really proud to be on and share our story, and concerns about spreading the word that Men too Can get Breast Cancer. Please listen and enjoy, THANK YOU RICH ANDERSON AND HOPE RADIO