Show Your Support For Breast Cancer Awareness Month


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Updated: 10/10/2012 3:26 pm Published: 10/09/2012 3:57 pm


So many businesses are doing different events, featuring particular products, and promoting in different ways to create awareness for breast cancer research and development – as well as all cancers.

Secret Garden Candle Company – Turn Tulsa Pink products and RandomActsofPurpose candle

Ann Arthur Outerwear – pink fur scarf – specials on all pink products

Gleeful Peacock – pink jewelry – 25% off all pink items from Gleeful Peacock for month of October

Must Stash – pink chevron Oklahoma shirt, pink True Religion Jeans, Turn Tulsa Pink product, Must Stash shirt – Portions of the sale of pink chevron Oklahoma shirt will be donated to charity

Saks Fifth Avenue – Carolina Herrara shirt, Estee Lauder makeup, Donna Karan perfume, Clarisonic – all products donating portions of sales to charity

Donna’s Fashions – hot pink shirt, pink scarves, rustic cuff, and kairo bracelet – separate campaign for a Heart Card for Tulsa Project Women - $20 for a card and you save 20% every other month in store

The Perfect Touch Gift Store – Brighton jewelry, Vera Bradley ribbon products, Mark Roberts Fairy, pink ribbon magnets, and pink pumpkin – Vera Bradley doing a ‘cookie promotion’ (special savings) on October 11.

Berry Brooke – The Market – Save the Ta-Tas merchandise – 20% off all pink items for month of October

Dick’s Sporting Goods – sports wear

Ducato is a self claimed shopaholic "that is putting her 'bad' habit to good use – keeping you in the know of all the tips, tricks, and trends in the fashion/shopping world. Keeping you up-to-date on what’s hot and where to get it," she said.
 
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