More Online Retailers Join Brick-And-Mortar Stores In Support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month

By: Gun Handbags and online retailers
 
 
Oct. 3, 2014 - PRLog -- October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month and many retailers are donating a percentage of sales to breast cancer charities and research organizations.  According to the American Cancer Society and http://www.cancer.org, 40,000 women will die of breast cancer this year.  Breast cancer is the second leading cancer death in the U.S., exceeded only by lung cancer.

Gunhandbags.com is donating 100 percent of profits from every pink concealed carry purse sold in October to breast cancer research and treatment.  Gunhandbags.com is an online merchant of concealed carry purses, holsters, bullet themed jewelry and gun range bags based in Florida

The owner and founder of GunHandbags is a breast cancer survivor herself and knows the challenges and stress brought on by the diagnosis.  When starting the store last year, she knew she would want to figure out a way to help repay the same organizations that provided so much help and encouragement to her during her long ordeal.

“One of the more popular pink handbags we sell is Urban Moxy’s Gina handbag.  It was designed with two pink breast cancer ribbons built into the design.  The owner of Urban Moxy named the bag after her mom, Gina, who had breast cancer,” said http://www.GunHandbags.com representative Stella Blubaugh.

http://www.Sabred.com, an online retailer of self-defense items, is donating a portion of proceeds from sales of its Sabre Red Pepper Spray, wrapped in pink packaging, to breast cancer.   Sabre partners with the National Breast Cancer Foundation.

According to the New York Times, retailers Tommy Hilfiger, RebeccaTaylor and DavidYurman are all donating proceeds from purchases of certain products during the month of October.   Rebecca Taylor is donating 50 percent of proceeds from a pink top to the Triple Negative Breast Cancer Foundation (TNBC).  Triple negative breast cancer is a subtype of breast cancer that is particularly aggressive and hard to treat.  Journalist Joan Lunden was recently diagnosed with stage two triple negative breast cancer. According to the TNBC, triple negative breast cancer can be more likely to recur than other subtypes of breast cancer.

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Contact: Mary Kirkpatrick, To The Moon Media, www.ToTheMoonMedia.com
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PHOTO CAPTION: When purchased from GunHandbags.com during the month of October, 100 percent of the profits from the GINA concealed carry purse (retail $92) will be donated to breast cancer research and treatment.  The purse features two pink “ribbons” built into the exterior design of the purse, in honor of the designer’s mother, Gina.

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