think pink; many items for sale in october benefit breast cancer research

by:ShunDing     2020-01-08
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Designer Swarovski designed a pink ribbon pendant called \"Hope charm.
In the past, October has always been associated with the golden hue of autumn.
But with the modern
Breast cancer awareness and efforts to eliminate breast cancer are growing day by day, and pink became apparent in October.
This is the breast cancer Publicity Month, and many retailers are joining the pink ribbon campaign to sell pink goods to consumers, with some or all proceeds to be donated to charities or research foundations that fight cancer.
The scope of the project is very wide. this project is a good win-win situation. win-
Win: consumers get the product they want, retailers get sales and media attention, and cancer organizations get research funding.
Here is a sample of existing products: unpaid shoes have raised $3 over the past seven years.
Reason 6 million.
This year it sold a charm bracelet for $3 and all proceeds will go to the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation.
Payless also sells a pair of pink slippers at select stores for $27. 99, two of them.
80 will go to the foundation.
Estee Lauder: Estee Lauder will donate $100,000 to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation through its pink ribbon sales program.
These items include Estee Lauder\'s $30 lipstick collection, Elizabeth Herley\'s $30 lipstick collection and $18 jewelry pink ribbon pins.
All items can be purchased at Estee Lauder counter.
Harley-Davidson: The iconic motorcycle manufacturer has 21 pink items for sale, including helmets, leather jackets, bags, gloves, glasses and vests.
Prices range from $20 to $400, and about the proceeds will be used to Rethink Breast Cancer.
• Swarovski crystal group: Crystal-
Manufacturers have designed a pink ribbon charm that they call hope charm.
It is priced at $60 and all proceeds will be used to Rethink Breast Cancer.
Canadian mushrooms: Canadian mushroom growers will donate 2 kilograms per kilogram of mushrooms.
2 cents, up to $25,000 can be promised to the Canadian Breast Cancer Association.
Looking for a tray bag in pink.
Rethinking breast cancer also benefits from Canadian Tire pink kit, OPI pink nail polish, Tweezerman tweezers, Alegria shoes and Roots watches.
For more information, visit rethink Breast Cancer.
Com or breast cancer Canada Foundation
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