Watts, Brayshaw take on Daffodil Day challenge

Watts, Brayshaw take on Daffodil Day challenge

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They’re back at it…

Angus Brayshaw and Jack Watts have again teamed up with Cancer Council Victoria, but this time their challenge was different.

Tasked with creating awareness for Daffodil Day, the Demons pair took on the assignment of trying to sell as many Daffodil Day pins as possible.

The punishment for the loser was to sing the Melbourne theme song in broad daylight, in front of the interested onlookers.

Daffodil Day will take place on Friday, August 25, with the much-needed funds going towards Cancer Council’s vital research, prevention programs, advocacy and support for the many Australians affected by cancer.

Last year, $5.6 million were raised, but with help from the public, the hope is for that tally to be eclipsed in 2017.

To learn more and to donate, click here.

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