Clever Halloween Costumes for an Extreme Cure Benefiting the Frozen Pea Fund

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Annie's Costumes Allows Shoppers to Purchase an Online Halloween Costumes and Help the Battle Against Breast Cancer

Annie's Costumes, the Internet's largest retailer of Halloween costumes, announced a clever new fundraising initiative to help fight in the battle against breast cancer. For the entire month of October, customers who purchase selected Halloween costumes online, including pink bunny infant costumes, pink power ranger costumes and even pink pet costumes, will have a portion of the purchase donated to the Frozen Pea Fund.

In connection with Breast Cancer Awareness Month, a portion of the sales of selected Halloween costumes purchased online will be donated to the Frozen Pea Fund, a charity started by Susan Reynolds, best known for popularizing using a bag of frozen peas in her bra for pain relief. This clever idea uses pink Halloween costumes to promote awareness for Breast Cancer.

"Hearing about this amazing charity touched our company and family in so many ways. We are so happy to be teamed up with a great group of people and to help fight this deadly disease," said Shari McConahay of Annie's Costumes. "Thanks to our many generous customers, we have been able to help charities raise money and make an impact in the fight against breast cancer."

Online Halloween costumes sales from the "Think Pink" selection include clever costumes like infant pea in a pod, witch costumes, sleeping beauty, pink bunny infant costume, and many more for children, adults, men and women. For the entire collection eligible for the donation, visit

About Annie's Costumes
Online Halloween costume shop (] has been providing online Halloween costumes, costume accessories, and related products for shoppers since 1996. Annie's Costumes provides clever Halloween costumes for babies, adults, teens and kids including all the costume accessories for gothic fashions, theater makeup, costume wigs, magician supplies and more.


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