Tacoma, WA, October 07, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- For months media was creating a lot of buzz about going green, but for the month of October it seems everyone is shifting from green and going pink. October is Breast cancer awareness month, and many companies from corporate giants to the smallest one man shops are doing their part to support the cure for Breast Cancer. It seems easier than ever to help support this cause with many companies donating proceeds to the Susan G. Komen foundation every time someone purchases one of their products. Carbide Processors is helping by donating $10.00 to the Susan G. Komen foundation for every Tense Wooden Watch
sold in the month of October. Anyone purchasing a Tense Wooden Watch will have a donation made in their name to the Susan G Komen foundation for Breast Cancer Research.
Aside from non-melanoma skin cancer, breast cancer is the most common form of cancer in women. In 2006, over 190,000 women were diagnosed with breast cancer, and nearly 50,000 died from this terrible disease. Mortality rates from Breast cancer are decreasing due to early detection. Creating more awareness about Breast Cancer has helped many women have a fighting chance against this terrible disease.
Between shoppers favoring products with pink packaging, members of communities organizing walks to raise awareness and actual cash donations being made, it seems nearly everyone is getting involved. Carbide Processors is also trying to make it easy for anyone to get involved. Purchase a Tense Watch for yourself or as a gift and ten dollars from that purchase will be contributed to raise money for breast cancer awareness and treatment.