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Thank You to Everyone who Participated in the
SEA Blue 2020 National, Virtual Prostate Cancer Walk and Run!

We are thrilled with how the event turned out and we are eager to share the video with everyone very soon. 

To those that participated virtually, please send us any photos of you walking, running, biking or triking, hosting a SEA Blue party, or any images or stories of how you spent your SEA Blue! You can post to Facebook and tag @SEABlueProstate or email to

Thanks to everyone for a successful SEA Blue 2020!   

Our SEA Blue 2020 Warriors!

Us TOO International and UroPartners Present: 

The SEA Blue 2020
National, Virtual
Prostate Cancer
Walk, Run, and More

Sunday, September 13, 2020
10:00am – 12:00pm Central 
Virtual Stream for Viewing and Interactive Participation Anywhere


(If you need a suggestion, how about $30 for the 30th anniversary of Us TOO!?
More if you can, less if you can't)

SEA Blue is a celebration of life, of those who have risen to the challenge to fight prostate cancer, of the lives that have been lost to the disease, and of the people we will help to combat it in the future through Support, Education, and Advocacy (the SEA in SEA Blue). People affected by all stages of the disease band together and build camaraderie at SEA Blue through togetherness, tears and triumph.

Each September, close to 1,500 participants gather in beautiful Lincoln Park to participate in the SEA Blue walk and run to raise funds and awareness for those affected by prostate cancer. Unfortunately this year, due to restrictions related to COVID-19 and social distancing requirements, the SEA Blue event will be virtual. We would like nothing more than to see everyone's bright smiles and lovely faces in person, like usual, but for safety reasons we are going to need to do it this year via live stream to computers and mobile devices everywhere.

We are doing our best to make this year's SEA Blue feel as close as possible to the rich experience found at the in-person event, with many of the same activities - including the walk, run, teams, fundraising, entertainment, information, and more. We have some exciting plans we are working on and look forward to sharing them soon. In the meantime here are a couple of interesting features of the 2020 SEA Blue event:

  • The virtual nature of the event means we are able to connect with people at any location via computers or mobile devices. This opens up the possibilities to engage with a larger national (or even international!) crowd. We hope, even though we are operating under some heavy restrictions, that this will open up the event to our largest audience ever! 
  • This year has been a strange one. We have all felt the effects of COVID-19, whether they be physical, emotional, or financial. With this in mind, we are making this year's virtual event registration PAY WHAT YOU CAN! We do certainly aim to raise money to continue to help those affected by prostate cancer with Support, Education, and Advocacy at no charge. So we hope that you will still consider making a donation or helping us by fundraising. But we do not want to prevent anyone from joining us for this very positive, empowering, and educational ​experience. 

Please plan on joining us on September 13th! Build a team, join a team, fundraise, donate, or just tune in for some great, valuable content. SEA you there!

SEE Blues at SEA Blue!
We are very excited to announce the entertainment lineup for SEA Blue. This year our entertainment will have a blues theme, with the following performers: 

Bobby Rush!
Bobby Rush is a legendary, Grammy award winning blues artist. He is a Blues Hall of Famer, a 12 time Blues Music Award Winner, and B.B. King Entertainer of the Year. In a normal, non-COVID year, he would be touring the world. This year, he will be joining us virtually to offer words of encouragement to men as well as an exclusive acoustic SEA Blue performance.

Joseph "Mojo" Morganfield and the Mannish Boyz!
Joseph Morganfield is one of the top blues artists in Chicago. He will be performing at SEA Blue and streaming online. He will World Premiere a song from his upcoming CD release. Joseph is the son of blues legend Muddy Waters. He will speak to us about the importance of prostate cancer awareness and testing.

Matt Hendricks!
Matt Hendricks is keeping the blues alive with his gritty, heartfelt singing, old school guitar playing and genuine original songs. He has won the Windy City Blues Challenge in 2009 and 2016. Equally at home as a solo performer or with a band, Matt has always been a fan of the blues. We are happy to have Matt performing at the event and streaming online.

We will also be holding an auction which will give you a rare chance to own a variety of one-of-a-kind items, including:
- Two Signed Buddy Guy Guitars
- Two Signed Buddy Guy
- Vinyl Records
- Signed Sports Memorabilia
- And More!
(Bidding open now and running through Sept 20 at

Talk to the Docs! 
One exciting feature of the SEA Blue 2020 National, Virtual Prostate Cancer Walk and Run will be our "Talk to the Docs" chat room. During the event, registrants will have the opportunity to ask questions directly to medical experts who will be manning our chat room. Please note that only registrants will have access to this opportunity. Be sure to join us for a chance to interact directly with the following leading prostate cancer experts:

Dr. Stacy Loeb
is Professor of Urology and Population Health at the New York University School of Medicine and Manhattan VA. Dr. Loeb is an internationally recognized expert in prostate cancer with more than 300 peer-reviewed published articles and 10 book chapters. Dr. Loeb hosts the Men’s Health Show on Sirius XM 110 US/Canada satellite radio on Wednesdays from 6-8 pm ET.


Dr. Alicia Morgans
is an Associate Professor of Medicine in the Division of Hematology/Oncology at the Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine in Chicago, Illinois. She specializes in investigating complications of systemic therapy for prostate cancer survivors, including the study of skeletal, cardiovascular, diabetic, and cognitive complications of prostate cancer survivorship, and treatment decision-making for advanced prostate cancer.


Dr. Adam B. Murphy
is an Assistant Professor of Urology and Preventive Medicine at Northwestern Medicine. He is also on staff at Cook County Health and Jesse Brown VA. He has been studying the health disparities faced by minorities in prostate cancer, and especially African Americans. He has been looking at the role of vitamin D deficiency, genomics, and biomarkers in disparities for men at risk of and already diagnosed with prostate cancer. Clinically, he is interested in general urology and men's health.


Dr. Scott Eggener
is a urologic oncologist experienced in robotic and open surgery who specializes in the care of patients with prostate, kidney and testicular cancers. Dr. Eggener is co-director of the UChicago Medicine High-Risk and Advanced Prostate Cancer Clinic (UCHAP), a program that provides focused care for men at high risk for prostate cancer and those with advanced disease.

Fundraising Incentive Prizes... Hand Picked for This EXTRAORDINARY Year!:
  • Raise $100: Sport a Cool, Blue Tie-Dye Shirt to Show Off Your Fundraising Skills
  • Raise $250-$499: For Your Health Package...Includes a Stainless-Steel Water Bottle, SEA Blue Face Mask, and Personal Hand Sanitizer
  • Raise $500 - $1499: Tired of Cooking? Enjoy a $50 Restaurant Gift Card
  • Raise $1500 - $2499: Listen to Your Favorite Tunes and Podcasts with the JBL Flip 4 Waterproof Speaker
  • Raise $2500 - $4999: Bake Like a Pro with a KitchenAid Stand Mixer
  • Raise $5000 or More: Enjoy a Shopping Spree from Home with a $500 VISA Gift Card
(With the exception of the tie dye shirts, please note prizes are not cumulative and are based on individual fundraiser totals not team totals).  

Check Out Our SEA Blue Online Clothing Store!
Although it is now too late to order these items to receive them in time for the SEA Blue event, these high-end fashions are built for the long haul. So you can still participate in our mission of awareness by helping us spread the word well after the event is over. And a portion of all sales will go to the SEA Blue campaign to help Us TOO offer support, education, advocacy, and awareness at no cost to those affected by prostate cancer. The store has hats, hoodies, shirts, and masks!

Do good. Look good. Feel good.

SEA Blue benefits Us TOO International Prostate Cancer Education and Support Network, providing educational resources and support services to the prostate cancer community at no charge.
View last year's event photos.
(Thank you to Kat Q and John Trout for all the great photography!)   

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