Norfolk, Va. (WAVY) - Mark your calendars -- the sixth annual Bra-ha-ha is coming back to Hampton Roads.
The event benefits the Chesapeake Regional Breast Center in providing mammograms and related breast care services to underserved women in the Hampton Roads area.
Thursday at the Home Depot in Norfolk, a few of the entries for the event were on hand. They were designed by Home Depot employees, some of whom are breast cancer survivors and others who have been touched by the disease.
"It's to help anybody that needs the help, it's to get the awareness out so people can survive it. We're starting to beat the odds and where we need to be," said Donna Spinelli, a bra designer.
Last year more than 12,000 people viewed the exhibit.
The entries will be judged on categories such as inspiration, creativity, humor and craftsmanship. The Bra-ha-ha awards show and auction will take place September 27 in the Chesapeake Conference Center.
After the show and auction, the bras will be on display in the center court of Greenbriar Mall in Chesapeake from September 30 through October 12.
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