Robert and Casey Guerrero join Arkansas Tech & in effort to break world record

Six-Time and Four-Division World Champion, Robert “The Ghost” Guerrero, will join Arkansas Tech University and in an effort to break the world record for bone marrow registries in a 24-hour period.  In addition, the group will attempt to break the 1-hour world record for registries as well.  Arkansas Tech’s Be The Match bone marrow registry event will begin at 9 p.m. on Tuesday, April 14, and continue through 9 p.m. on Wednesday, April 15, on the university’s campus.

Joining “The Ghost” will be his wife, Casey Guerrero, who is a cancer survivor and a recipient of a bone marrow transplant from the registry (National Marrow Donor Program® (NMDP).  Together they will inspire everyone on campus and help students register while relaying the important message of being a donor.

“What an honor to be invited to this great event put on by Arkansas Tech University and,” said Robert Guerrero. “Casey and I are going to do our part to help register as many people as possible.  I really believe we are going to break the records.  Many lives will be saved and that brings me great pleasure.  I’m super motivated and can’t wait to get on campus and go to work.”

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Dr. Jason Warnick, associate professor of psychology, and Dr. Julie Mikles-Schluterman, associate professor of sociology, are spearheading the drive at Arkansas Tech.

“Registering with Be The Match is a quick and painless experience,” said Dr. Jason Warnick. “There is a small amount of paperwork to complete, a cheek swab and then you are done. In all, the process takes about 10 minutes. It is amazing to think that such a small investment of time and effort on our part could lead to saving the life of another human being.”

The first 3,000 individuals who register with Be The Match during the 24-hour drive at Arkansas Tech will receive a free T-shirt courtesy of the Arkansas Tech Student Government Association.

Be The Match registry drives focus on individuals age 18-44 due to medical research that indicates that age group is most likely to provide a successful bone marrow transplant. Be The Match registration is free for individuals age 18-44.

Individuals age 45-60 may register with Be The Match at with a donation of $100.

For more information about the Be The Match bone marrow registry drive at Arkansas Tech, send e-mail to or

About Be The Match

For the thousands of people diagnosed every year with life-threatening blood cancers like leukemia and lymphoma, a cure exists. Over the past 25 years Be The Match®, operated by the National Marrow Donor Program® (NMDP), has managed the largest and most diverse marrow registry in the world. We work every day to save lives through transplant.

Tuesday, April 14

9 p.m. – Kickoff Celebration, Baswell Techionery

10 p.m.-Midnight – Black Light Party, Young Ballroom


Wednesday, April 15

Midnight-2 a.m. – Midnight Pancakes, Baswell Techionery

2 a.m. – Movie Under the Stars, Crabaugh Lawn

3 a.m. – Donuts With Mayor Randy Horton, Young Ballroom

4-6 a.m. – Game Show Hosted by Thomas Pennington, Young Ballroom

6 a.m. – Bootcamp With Cora of Forca Martial Arts, Hindsman Tower

7 a.m. – Yoga / Breakfast To Go, Hindsman Tower (please bring your mat if you have one)

8 a.m. – Veterans Appreciation / Breakfast To Go, Baswell Techionery Patio

9 a.m.-Noon – Ag Department “Hump Day” Camel Photos, Hindsman Tower

9 a.m. – Boxer Robert Guerrero Speaks About Be The Match, Baswell Techionery

10 a.m. – Presidential Selfies With Dr. Robin E. Bowen, Baswell Techionery Patio

11 a.m. – Robert Guerrero Autographs and Photos, Baswell Techionery Patio

Noon – Inferfaith Lunch, Hindsman Tower

Noon – Roundtable Discussion with Casey and Robert Guerrero, Hindsman Tower

1-3 p.m. – Alumni Hours / Acoustic Music, Baswell Techionery Patio

3 p.m. – Pie A Professor / Resident Director, Hindsman Tower

4 p.m. – Photos With Jerry the Bulldog, Baswell Techionery Patio

5-7 p.m. – BBQ Feast, Hindsman Tower

7 p.m. – Concert with Some Guy Named Robb, Baswell Techionery

8 p.m. – Countdown Party With D.J., Young Ballroom

9 p.m. – Drive Completion Celebration, Young Ballroom

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