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Tulsa Firm Honors Breast Cancer Survivors With Pink Cement Truck

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GCC Mid-Continent's pink cement truck. GCC Mid-Continent's pink cement truck.

There are only five in the United States and Monday morning, one of them was sitting outside News On 6 studios in downtown Tulsa.

It is the new Komen cement truck.

Kevin Jackson with GCC Mid-Continent and Rayfield Jones, the driver stopped by Six in the Morning to help promote the Race for the Cure on Saturday, September 15th at OneOk Field.

Six in the Morning anchor LeAnne Taylor is participating in the annual event and you can form your own team or you can join her team by logging on to NewsOn6.com.

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