A team photo from the Alexandria, Virginia, fleet. - Photo: Alexandria, Virginia

A team photo from the Alexandria, Virginia, fleet. 

Photo: Alexandria, Virginia

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and public fleets across the country are unveiling pink to show their support for the cause.

Fleet management at the city of Alexandria, Virginia, all wore pink to raise awareness and show support during this month. 

“We all know someone or have had a loved one with breast cancer and our entire staff wanted to show support and today was their way wearing pink to do that,” said Division Chief Darryl Syler. “We have a great group of folks and they are caring and always looking out for one another.”

See how other fleets have showed their support for breast cancer awareness: 

Agencies Go Pink for Breast Cancer Awareness

Orlando Fire Department Sports Pink for Breast Cancer Awareness

Fla. Cities' Pink Police Cars Support Breast Cancer Awareness

Pink Md. Fire Vehicles Bring Breast Cancer Awareness

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