The month before Hello Kitty has it 35 birthday is the Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Every October of the year, everything is coming up pink as manufacturers rolled out products to stress breast cancer awareness.
In 2008, Cross, the best ball point pen in the market in our option, has produced a luminescent pearl pink hue pen based on their Century series with the small iconic pink ribbon emblem on its clip and a polished chrome plated appointments.
This sophisticated pen has incorporated an inlaid rhodium-plated star pattern that creates a glimmering jewel like effect against the pearlescent pink body.
In 2007, Cross raised over USD85,000 globally to support the breast cancer causes. In 2008, they continue to support the same causes. Cross contributed ten percent of the retail sales price of this ball point to the Komen Foundation (www.komen.org), with a minimum donation of USD10,000. The global BCA program donation in 2008 is USD80,000 and Cross donated USD28,500.
In 2009, Cross will continue to support for the same causes. We will provide further details of the pen as we move closer to the month of October.
The Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation, a global leader in the fight against breast cancer through its programs in U.S. and oversea. The Komen Foundation was established in 1982 by Nancy G. Brinkher to honour her sister in memory, Susan G. Komen, who died from breast cancer at the age of 36. For questions about breast health or breast cancer, visit Breast Cancer Foundation (http://bcf.org.sg/) or Singapore Cancer Society (http://www.singaporecancersociety.org.sg/) or Breast Talk@KK (http://www.kkh.com.sg/BreastTalk).
Please help to support the Breast Cancer Awareness by buying this pen and give them to you mothers, daughters, sisters and colleagues and help make a different.