A Rhetorical Analysis Of The Relay For Life Campaign

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There are many people all over the United States battling cancer on a daily basis. “Relay for Life” is an organization that raises money for people that are affected by cancer. Relay for Life began in 1985 when a doctor in Washington ran around a race track for 24 hours to benefit the “American Cancer Society”, and since then Relay for Life has become the largest crusade to help end the disease. There is an event in every state and some even take place outside of the US. When the time comes around for relay for life to happen all of the locations are different and they all do different things, but there are some things that are tradition and they happen at every race. There have been many other organizations that have tried to raise money…show more content…
The main magazine it would go in would be “Orange Coast”. This magazine regularly features stories that deal with cancer or charity organizations, which led to the use of all the different pictures and captions in this advertisement. “Orange Coast” also places a high importance on raising awareness of cancer related organizations. All magazines that deal with health and the livelihood of people. There are many important features in this advertisement. This advertisements intended audience is people who are involved with the “Relay for Life” organization as well as other cancer organizations.The bold slogan at the top really draws people in because it gives off the sense that it is fun to part of such a great cause, and while you are having fun you are also saving many lives. This slogan is used as a relief for some people because they can enjoy the time spent at the relay events knowing they are doing something for the good of others. The facts stated in this ad are meant for people to understand the seriousness of Relay for Life moreover to be aware that they are contributing to the success of the organization. With every person that joins in a race at least one life is saved, these people want to be apart of

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