Co-op announces the return of its annual Drink Pink campaign

Co-op announces the return of its annual Drink Pink campaign

Saskatoon, SK, Canada, 2017-Oct-04 — /EPR Retail News/ — Chances are you know someone who’s been affected by breast cancer.

According to the Canadian Cancer Society, one in nine Canadian women will likely develop breast cancer in her lifetime. But research is making huge strides, and each year more and more women are proudly calling themselves survivors.

With this, Co-op is excited to announce the return of its annual Drink Pink campaign.

How you can participate

For every cup of coffee sold at participating Co-op Gas Bars, Convenience Stores and Food Store Delis in October, five cents will be donated to the Canadian Cancer Society in support of breast cancer research.

Since 2010, Drink Pink has raised more than $580,000.

For more information on Drink Pink, see drinkpink.coop.

SOURCE: Federated Co-operatives Limited

CONTACT
Email: inquiries@fcl.ca
Human Resources: careers@fcl.ca

Kroger launches its annual #SharingCourage campaign to support the fight against breast cancer

CINCINNATI, 2016-Oct-04 — /EPR Retail News/ — The Kroger Co. (NYSE: KR) today (Oct. 3, 2016) launched its annual #SharingCourage campaign, lighting its headquarters building pink and encouraging customers to join in the fight against breast cancer by taking action online and in their communities.

“No one should face breast cancer alone, so Kroger is proud to be a partner in the fight and to share the stories of our courageous associates who are breast cancer survivors,” said Jessica Adelman, Kroger’s group vice president of corporate affairs.

Kroger associates who are breast cancer survivors discuss what the #SharingCourage campaign means to them in an inspirational video viewable at https://vimeo.com/182595495

Since its inception, the Sharing Courage campaign has donated over $33 million directly to local breast cancer organizations. This year, Kroger will again donate $3 million to breast cancer awareness and research.

By visiting www.sharingcourage.com, customers can find stories of courage shared by Kroger associates and breast cancer survivors, post messages of hope, share their own stories, and find recipes for healthy living. By entering their zip code, customers can also find events in their area to join the Kroger family of stores in their efforts to support breast cancer awareness, research and prevention.

Kroger’s headquarters building will remain lit pink throughout the month of October.

Every day, the Kroger Family of Companies makes a difference in the lives of eight and a half million customers and 431,000 associates who shop or serve in 2,781 retail food stores under a variety of local banner names in 35 states and the District of Columbia. Kroger and its subsidiaries operate an expanding ClickList offering – a personalized, order online, pick up at the store service – in addition to 2,240 pharmacies, 785 convenience stores, 323 fine jewelry stores, 1,423 supermarket fuel centers and 38 food production plants in the United States. Kroger is recognized as one of America’s most generous companies for its support of more than 100 Feeding America food bank partners, breast cancer research and awareness, the military and their families, and more than 145,000 community organizations including schools. A leader in supplier diversity, Kroger is a proud member of the Billion Dollar Roundtable.

SOURCE: The Kroger Co.

Zendaya supports fight against breast cancer and QVC’s 23rd annual charitable shoe sale

WEST CHESTER, Pa., 2016-Oct-03 — /EPR Retail News/ — Every woman knows how confident a chic pair of shoes can make her feel, but come October, shoes will also have the power to help conquer cancer. This fall, Zendaya is joining forces with QVC Presents “FFANY Shoes on Sale” by appearing in both print and television public service announcements supporting the 23rd annual charitable shoe sale. By embracing both her love of shoes and her desire to stomp out cancer, Zendaya is proving that shopping can truly be good for the sole.

During the annual QVC Presents “FFANY Shoes on Sale” broadcast, a three-hour shopping extravaganza scheduled to air Thursday, October 20 from 6 to 9 PM (ET), shoe lovers will be treated to a selection of over 170 donated styles of shoes from more than 80 brands. In addition to offering shoppers a selection of styles guaranteed to sweep them off their feet, all shoes will be offered at HALF the manufacturer’s suggested retail price* with a minimum of 80 percent of the purchase price** benefitting various breast cancer research and education institutions.

“Like most women, I love a great pair of shoes, and I especially love scoring a great deal,” said Zendaya. “Being a part of QVC Presents “FFANY Shoes on Sale” allows me to share my passion for shoes with my fans while also demonstrating how fun it can be to contribute to such a worthwhile cause.”

“Each year, we look forward to collaborating with the Fashion Footwear Association of New York and providing our customers with a unique shopping experience that not only celebrates the joy of discovery but also the joy of giving back by standing as one against a disease that affects many,” said Mike George, President and CEO, QVC. “It is an honor to have Zendaya’s support this year and we have no doubt that her captivating spirit will endear her to viewers across the country.”

As part of QVC’s ongoing commitment to support charitable causes that promote the success and wellness of women through the power of relationships, QVC Presents “FFANY Shoes on Sale” has generated more than $50 million, to date, for breast cancer research and education institutions.

“For over two decades, we have worked closely with QVC to put a spotlight on the importance of breast cancer research,” said Ron Fromm, President and CEO, FFANY. “It is an incredible opportunity to work with Zendaya on this year’s campaign, and we feel confident that the funds generated from QVC Presents “FFANY Shoes on Sale” will bring us one step closer to eliminating this horrible disease once and for all.”

Beneficiaries for the 2016 QVC Presents “FFANY Shoes on Sale” event include: The Abramson Cancer Center of the University of Pennsylvania, The Breast Cancer Research Foundation, The Samuel Oschin Comprehensive Cancer Institute at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, The Susan F. Smith Center for Women’s Cancers at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, The University of Michigan Comprehensive Cancer Center’s Breast Oncology Program, The University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute, The Winthrop P. Rockefeller Cancer Institute of the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, The Alvin J. Siteman Cancer Center at Barnes-Jewish Hospital and Washington University School of Medicine, and The Margie and Robert E. Petersen Breast Cancer Research Program at the John Wayne Cancer Institute at Providence Saint John’s Health Center. Those wishing to support cutting-edge research at these organizations can go to ffany.org to make contributions and find out ways to join in and be part of this important effort.

*The manufacturer’s suggested retail price is based on supplier’s representation of value. No sales may have been made at this price.

**Purchase price excludes shipping, handling and tax.

About QVC

QVC, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Liberty Interactive Corporation (NASDAQ: QVCA, QVCB), is the world’s leading video and ecommerce retailer. QVC is committed to providing its customers with thousands of the most innovative and contemporary beauty, fashion, jewelry and home products. Its programming is distributed to approximately 360 million homes worldwide through operations in the U.S.JapanGermanyUnited KingdomItalyFrance and a joint venture in China. Based in West Chester, Pa. and founded in 1986, QVC has evolved from a TV shopping company to a leading ecommerce and mobile commerce retailer. The company’s website, QVC.com, is ranked among the top general merchant Internet sites. QVC, Q, and the Q Ribbon Logo are registered service marks of ER Marks, Inc.

About the Fashion Footwear Charitable Foundation

The Fashion Footwear Charitable Foundation was created to support ongoing research and education programs in the fight against breast cancer and is supported by members of the Fashion Footwear Association of New York (FFANY). Donated footwear is sold on live television through QVC during the Fashion Footwear Charitable Foundation’s annual charity benefit, QVC Presents “FFANY Shoes on Sale.” Funds are distributed to leading breast cancer research and education institutions across the United States, including beneficiaries for the 2016 event: The Abramson Cancer Center of the University of Pennsylvania, The Breast Cancer Research Foundation, The Samuel Oschin Comprehensive Cancer Institute at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, The Susan F. Smith Center for Women’s Cancers at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, The University of Michigan Comprehensive Cancer Center’s Breast Oncology Program, The University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute, The Winthrop P. Rockefeller Cancer Institute of the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, The Alvin J. Siteman Cancer Center at Barnes-Jewish Hospital and Washington University School of Medicine, The Margie and Robert E. Petersen Breast Cancer Research Program at the John Wayne Cancer Institute at Providence Saint John’s Health Center. The Fashion Footwear Charitable Foundation makes its home at 274 Madison Avenue, Suite 1701, New York, NY 10016, www.FFANY.org

Media Inquiries:

P: 484.701.1647

Source: QVC

Lindex to support the fight against breast cancer with the launch of Pink Collection

Lindex to support the fight against breast cancer with the launch of Pink Collection
Lindex to support the fight against breast cancer with the launch of Pink Collection

 

Sweden, 2016-Sep-27 — /EPR Retail News/ — To support the fight against breast cancer, Lindex is launching its own design collection in October with 10 % of the price being donated to cancer research.

Lindex has a great reputation for collaborating with some of the worlds most esteemed international designers such as Missoni, Matthew Williamson and Jean Paul Gaultier, but for 2016, the Lindex in-house design team have lead the creation of the ‘Pink Collection’ to support the fight against breast cancer.

“We gave our designers the mission to create this year’s design collection and the result was Pink Collection – a modern, feminine and strong conceptual range of carefully-selected garments and accessories in an exciting palette of colours. It feels fantastic to be contributing to the fight against breast cancer with our own design this year,” says Annika Hedin, Lindex Head of Design.

The Pink Collection comprises of nineteen garments and accessories of soft, knitted and woven fabrics in autumn’s most essential colours, ranging from deep burgundy to pastel pink. A particular highlight is the leather and metal Pink Bracelet, from which all profits will be donated to Cancer Research.

For the fourteenth year in a row, Lindex is supporting the fight against breast cancer and in Sweden the donation will go to the Swedish Cancer Society. In addition to Pink Collection, Lindex will also be selling the Swedish Cancer Society’s Pink Ribbon in all stores in Sweden.

Lindex Pink Collection will be launched in Lindex stores and on lindex.com on 6 October.
For more images visit Lindex Newsroom.

For more information, please contact:

Filippa Tarras-Wahlberg
PR/Press, Lindex
Tel: 46 31 739 53 13
E-mail: filippa.tarras-wahlberg@lindex.com

Source: Lindex

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Tesco becomes the first supermarket to commit to CoppaFeel!’s #brahijack campaign

CHESHUNT, England, 2016-Feb-09 — /EPR Retail News/ — Tesco is the first supermarket to commit to CoppaFeel!’s #brahijack campaign. The potentially life saving bra labels, which remind you to check your boobs, have been introduced into the backs of F&F’s co-ordinate and everyday lingerie ranges available both online at http://www.clothingattesco.com/lingerie+underwear/icat/lingerie-shop and in over 600 Tesco stores nationwide.

CoppaFeel’s CEO Kris Hallenga said: “We’re super excited that F&F have committed to #BraHijack. Their nationwide reach to women is amazing and we can’t wait for the lingerie to drop into stores and help spread our boob checking message.”

F&F’s Head of Buying for Essentials Rosie Robbins said: “We are really excited to be supporting the CoppaFeel! #brahijack campaign – it’s incredibly important women check themselves regularly for breast cancer because it really does save lives. These little reminders have huge potential to make a real difference in the fight against breast cancer.”

Breast cancer currently affects 1 in 8 women in the UK and unfortunately over 5% of breast cancers are detected too late. That’s a huge number. If found at an early stage, it is treatable and even beatable. The aim of #BraHijack is to build boob checks into our daily lives so we know what to look out for. CoppaFeel! are seizing the opportunity to ensure every woman has the best chance of surviving this disease – educating them when young, to instill lifelong healthy habits that will potentially save them in years to come.

For more information please contact the Tesco Press Office on 01707 918 701
We are a team of 480,000 in 11 markets dedicated to serving shoppers a little better every day.

 

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Tesco becomes the first supermarket to commit to CoppaFeel!’s #brahijack campaign

Tesco becomes the first supermarket to commit to CoppaFeel!’s #brahijack campaign

Pick ‘n Pay: Mushrooms in pink punnets support the fight against breast cancer

Cape Town, South Africa, 2015-10-12 — /EPR Retail News/ — All women are affected by breast cancer but with advances in science, women today have a better chance of surviving ‐ the key is finding the cancer early. Detection is aided by awareness, and we’re more aware when we know the facts.

  • In South Africa, breast cancer is most prevalent among white and Asian women, but it is also second most common among black and coloured women.
  • More than 85% of women with breast cancer have no family history of the disease.
  • Pre-menopausal black women are twice as likely to get basal-like breast tumours.
  • Basel-like breast tumours are a particularly virulent form of breast cancer, which means it is more severe or harmful.
  • Key findings suggest that women who eat, on average, 1 mushroom (10gm) a day seem to halve their risk of breast cancer.
  • In October, Pick n Pay will again go pink with mushroom packaging for Breast Cancer Awareness month; R1 for each punnet (250g whole white button and sliced white button mushrooms) will be donated to the breast cancer support group, Reach for Recovery.
  • Funds raised during 2013 have already supplied 572 disadvantaged women, affected by breast cancer, with silicon prosthesis.

THE MOST IMPORTANT FACT

Early detection saves lives – here is what you need to do to stay most aware of what matters:

  1. Examine your breasts – learn to do breast self-examinations every month a week after your period.
  2. 2. Regular medical check-ups. Go for annual medical check-ups with your doctor and ask for a breast examination.

Look out for those punnets in their pretty pink packaging on Pick ‘n Pay’s shelves. You’ll not only be helping those affected by this devastating disease but you’ll also be protecting yourself by adding good for you mushrooms to your daily diet.

Julie Vickaryous and Heather Whyte speak about their experience with breast cancer in video as part of Co-op’s Drink Pink campaign in October

Saskatoon, SK, Canada, 2015-10-1 — /EPR Retail News/ — Julie Vickaryous and Heather Whyte’s friendship began at a very unlikely place – at the Saskatoon Cancer Centre.

It’s been more than a year since Julie, 21, and Heather, 40, were diagnosed with breast cancer. Despite their initial shock at the diagnosis, they’re now speaking about their experience in a video as part of Co-op’s Drink Pink campaign in October.

“It’s like having your life put on hold for a year and everything has changed,” Heather said. “How your treatment goes and what they end up offering you for treatment changes a lot depending on how early you catch it.”

Drink Pink is a partnership between the Co-operative Retailing System (CRS) – comprised of FCL and over 200 independent retail co-ops across Western Canada – and Van Houtte Coffee Services Inc. that has raised $505,000 since 2010. The partnership donates 10 cents to the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation (CBCF) for every cup of coffee sold in October at participating Co-op Gas Bars and Food Store delis. Co-op will also donate a portion of proceeds from special merchandise offers, such as travel mugs, available throughout the promotion.

“We continue to aid in the pursuit of creating a future without breast cancer,” said Vic Huard, Executive Vice-President of Strategy at Federated Co-operatives Limited. “Working with retail co-ops, we’re taking action by engaging Co-op members and customers and supporting the scientific research that will benefit people like Julie and Heather as well as many other families here in Western Canada.”

“Van Houtte Coffee Services is proud to again partner with Co-op on this great event,” said Lori Empey, Regional Account Manager at Van Houtte Coffee Services. “The success of this event over the last five years has been wonderful. Together, we are committed to finding a cure and ending breast cancer.”

In addition to Drink Pink, the CRS supports breast cancer research with a three-year $1.5 million donation made in 2014 and regional sponsorship of CIBC’s Run for the Cure. On Oct. 4, the CRS will donate bananas, oranges and granola bars for more than 30,000 Run for the Cure participants at 10 race locations.

“Since 2010, Federated Co-operative Limited and Van Houtte Coffee Services have made it possible for Canadians to make a positive impact on the breast cancer cause with a simple cup of coffee,” said Liz Viccars, Executive Director for the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation – Prairies/NWT Region.

“The $505,000 raised through the Drink Pink program over the past five years has enabled the Foundation to continue to invest in the best and brightest minds in breast cancer research across the Prairie provinces. The research projects we invest in are driving scientific advances and bring us closer to our vision of creating a future without breast cancer. We are very appreciative of the support of Federated Co-operatives Limited, Van Houtte Coffee Services and their generous customers who give so much every October. We are all in this together!”

Watch Julie and Heather share their stories at www.drinkpink.coop.

SOURCE: Federated Co-operatives Limited

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Julie Vickaryous, left, and Heather Whyte are sharing their stories as part of Co-op’s Drink Pink campaign in October.

Julie Vickaryous, left, and Heather Whyte are sharing their stories as part of Co-op’s Drink Pink campaign in October.

Marks & Spencer and Breast Cancer Now plan to prevent 9,000 cases of breast cancer a year by 2025

Marks & Spencer and Breast Cancer Now unveil plans to help prevent 9,000 cases of breast cancer a year by 2025

LONDON, 2015-9-29 — /EPR Retail News/ — Marks & Spencer (M&S) today launches a new partnership with Breast Cancer Now which aims to raise £13 million over the next five years in a bid to prevent 9,000 cases of breast cancer a year by 2025. This will play a part in Breast Cancer Now’s wider goal to reduce 30 per cent of cases of breast cancer by 2050.

To kick off the partnership a new social media campaign #ShowYourStrap will call upon M&S customers to take to Twitter, Facebook and Instagram to show support for the battle against breast cancer, by posting a selfie showing their bra strap. Nominations of friends and family to do the same will be encouraged, along with donating £3 to Breast Cancer Now via text.

From tomorrow and throughout October M&S stores nationwide and M&S.com will promote the partnership and stock a range of exclusive lingerie – including a post-surgery bra with specifically developed features for women who have undergone surgery – fragrance and flowers that will include a donation to Breast Cancer Now. M&S’ biggest store, Marble Arch on Oxford Street, will turn pink for October.

The money raised by the partnership will help Breast Cancer Now’s scientists discover a way to calculate an individual woman’s risk of developing breast cancer. It is hoped this vital research will lead to the development of a risk assessment tool in the future that will better inform women of the options available to them based on their own, personal risk of breast cancer.

Currently, women in the UK have an average one in eight chance of developing breast cancer in their lifetime and only women considered ‘high risk’ because of their family history are entitled to additional check-ups and preventative options, which may help them reduce this risk. However, there is no such thing as an average woman and the development of a risk prediction tool for all women to use would mean many more could benefit from tailored risk reduction advice in the future.

Jo Jenkins, Director of Womenswear, Lingerie and Beauty at M&S says: “This is a campaign that will have a direct impact on the fight against breast cancer and it is a cause that matters to our customers. Over the past 14 years, together with our customers, we’ve raised over £20 million for Breakthrough Breast Cancer, now Breast Cancer Now, and we’re now making it even easier for our customers to get involved and donate to this amazing cause.”

Delyth Morgan, Chief Executive of Breast Cancer Nowi says: “One woman is diagnosed with breast cancer every 10 minutes in the UK. While our Generations Study – which M&S has played an integral part in helping to fund – has already given us unprecedented insight into the causes of breast cancer, we still don’t know enough about how these different factors interact and what this means for an individual woman. The continuing research that M&S and its customers will help make possible will enable our scientists to take that all-important next step to ultimately start preventing the disease, sparing women and their loved ones the fear and uncertainty breast cancer can cause.”

Research previously conducted by Breast Cancer Now  revealed that 82 per centii of women surveyediii agreed that, if it were possible, they would want to use this tool to find out their individual risk of developing breast cancer if it was offered free by the NHS. Further researchiv to find out why women would want to be told their risk was mixed and prompted multiple considerations from many, including 45 per cent agreeing they would want to know for peace of mind; 38 per cent to feel more in control of their health; and 38 per cent to make an informed choice on whether they should change their lifestyle.

However, despite the desire for women to find out their own risk of developing breast cancer, only 23 per centv claim to be ‘very aware’ of what factors can increase risk of the disease.

While helping to fund important research into breast cancer prevention, the five-year initiative will also include a wellbeing programme to share the most up to date advice on what more general steps women can take now to help reduce the risk of breast cancer, such as maintaining a healthy weight.

The partnership between M&S and Breast Cancer Now is part of Spark Something Good, which aims to get employees and customers involved in Plan A (M&S’ eco and ethical programme). Launched in July this year, customers and employees can get involved by volunteering in their community, Shwopping old clothes or donating to local and national causes, including supporting the battle against breast cancer.

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Notes to Editors

For further information / interviews / images:

Vishal Rana vishal@hellounity.com 020 7440 9810
Robyn Swan robyn@hellounity.com 020 7440 9810

On social:

#ShowYourStrap
Twitter: @marksandspencer
Facebook: www.facebook.com/MarksandSpencer
Instagram: @marksandspencer

All figures, unless otherwise stated, are from YouGov Plc.  Total sample size was 1,067 women, of which 1,059 don’t have/ have never had breast cancer. Fieldwork was undertaken between 16th-17th September 2015.  The survey was carried out online. The figures have been weighted and are representative of all UK women (aged 18+).

All figures, unless otherwise stated, are from YouGov Plc.  Total sample size was 2,074 adults, of which, 1,017 were women who agreed to take part in the survey. Fieldwork was undertaken between 3rd – 4th September 2014. The survey was carried out online. The figures have been weighted and are representative of all GB adults (aged 18+).

About Plan A
Plan A is Marks & Spencer’s sustainable business plan that tackles both today’s and tomorrow’s sustainable retail challenges. Launched in 2007, the plan is focused on customer, employee and supplier engagement and includes commitments that tackle issues such as climate change, waste, raw materials, health and being a fair partner.

About Breast Cancer Now

  • Breast Cancer Now is the UK’s largest breast cancer charity;
  • Breast Cancer Now’s ambition is that by 2050 no one will die from breast cancer. The charity is determined to stop women dying from the disease, working in a new, collaborative way and bringing together all those affected by the disease to fund research, share knowledge and find answers;
  • M&S has worked with Breast Cancer Now (via its heritage charity Breakthrough Breast Cancer) since 2001. During this time, M&S has raised £20 million for the charity’s cutting-edge research, including the Generations Study, a study following more than 113,000 UK women over 40 years to help better understand the causes of breast cancer;
  • Breast Cancer Now’s world class research is focused entirely on breast cancer. The charity supports nearly 450 of the world’s brightest researchers at more than 20 locations across the UK and Ireland. Together, they’re working to discover how to prevent breast cancer, how to detect it earlier and how to treat it effectively at every stage so we can stop the disease taking lives;
  • Breast cancer is still the most common cancer in the UK. Nearly 700,000 people living in the UK have experienced a diagnosis and one in eight women will face it in their lifetime. This year alone, more than 50,000 women will be told they have the disease;
  • The UK still has one of the lowest breast cancer survival rates in Western Europe and this year alone nearly 12,000 women will lose their lives. It’s time to act;
  • Breast Cancer Now launched in June 2015, created by the merger of leading research charities Breast Cancer Campaign and Breakthrough Breast Cancer.

For more information on Breast Cancer Now’s work visit breastcancernow.orgor follow us on Twitter or on Facebook.

i As Breakthrough Breast Cancer in 2014

ii Research conducted by YouGov on September 2014 – 1,082 representative panel size; secondary research conducted by YouGov on September 2015 – 1,067 representative panel size
iii Women who agreed to take part in the survey
iv Sample excluded women who have/had ever had breast cancer
v Sample excluded women who have/had ever had breast cancer
SOURCE: Marks and Spencer plc

Breast Cancer Awareness Merchandise Sales To Benefit Breast Cancer Research

www.AmericanBridal.com, the Internet’s most expansive collection of unique and affordable wedding favors, announced today the availability of Breast Cancer Awareness Ribbon wedding party gifts, bridal shower favors, wedding favors and gifts. During the month of October, which is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, 10 percent of sales of the pink ribbon products will go directly toward breast cancer research. Throughout the rest of the year, five percent of Breast Cancer Awareness merchandise sales goes to breast cancer research.

Breast cancer is something that has touched most of us, either directly or indirectly, and we are proud to be supporting breast cancer research this month through sales of our pink ribbon items” said Shirley Tan, CEO, AmericanBridal.com“Whether it’s a tribute to a loved one or to celebrate survivors, these pink ribbon gifts are a uniquely special way to thank wedding guests, bridesmaids and others in the wedding party, while supporting a personal cause,” said Tan.

The selection of Breast Cancer Awareness Ribbon gifts includes wedding party favors such as Pink Ribbon Frosted Wedding Photo Frame favors (set of 4), Pink Ribbon Wedding Favor box (set of 24), Pink Ribbon tote bags, jewelry and apparel. Adorn the bridal party with freshwater pearl and Swarovski Crystal Breast Cancer Awareness Bracelet with crystal studded pink ribbon charm or be sure they have a Pink Ribbon Hankie on hand for tear provoking moments during the nuptial ceremony. Be sure to gift the mother-of-the-bride with some hankies, too.

For the sporty golfer in the wedding party, consider an elegant Breast Cancer Awareness Golf Towel in black sheared velour. For jet-setters, there is a Breast Cancer Awareness 2-Piece Cosmetic Set or Quilted Pouch with plenty of compartments and sections, making it perfect for toting just the necessities like lip gloss, sunglasses, mobile phone and credit cards. Spoil the bridal party with plush, rolled-collar Breast Cancer Awareness robes in white terry with pink trim. Throw in a pair of Breast Cancer Awareness slippers for a relaxing bachelorette spa day that is sure to calm even the most frazzled of pre-wedding nerves.

In addition to the Breast Cancer Awareness wedding gifts and favors,AmericanBridal.com offers the most extensive collection of wedding favors and accessories such as party favors, wedding invitations, personalized gifts, wedding ideas, wedding flowers, cake toppers, thank you cards, wedding guest favors, shower favors, wedding jewelry, wedding decorations, wedding centerpieces, bridal shower games, wedding programs, bridal jewelry, bridal shower invitations, place cards, usher gifts, wedding albums, wedding announcements, favor boxes, unity candle, wedding anniversary gift, wedding checklist, wedding bells, wedding napkins, wedding veils and much more.

About AmericanBridal.com
AmericanBridal.com is the online source for unique and affordable wedding favors and accessories. For every theme or season, AmericanBridal.com has the most extensive selection of products that are guaranteed to make any wedding an unforgettable event for the bride and groom and their guests. From fun and unusual to traditional and elegant, Americanbridal.com specializes in personalized wedding favors, attendant gifts, wedding ceremony accessories, unique bridesmaids gifts and groomsmen gifts, bridal accessories and jewelry, and themed wedding favors. AmericanBridal.com offers the selection of a showroom with the convenience of online shopping and superior customer service at prices that can’t be beat. For more information, please visit us at www.AmericanBridal.com.

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