(PRWEB) March 6, 2010
According to a recent Breast Report*, Manchester ladies have the third biggest breasts in Britain with the average Mancunian bust being a 36D!
Now, Transform Cosmetic Surgery is inviting women from across the city to share how they really feel about their prized assets, at an afternoon filled with bubbly and boobs to mark the launch of the Breasts of Britain campaign.
Throughout March, Transform is inviting the bosom buddies to enjoy an afternoon of female fun at any one of the Manchester cosmetic surgery clinics, bringing Breasts of Britain to the region with the aim of empowering women to love their breasts whatever their shape or size.
Transform’s recent Breast Report, which interviewed 4,000 men and women, revealed that almost half of Manchester’s ladies envy their friend’s breasts, with 90% admitting to checking out their rivals assets up to 7 times a day – proving that its not just men that are fascinated by breasts!
A chance for women to come together for a natter and have their questions and curiosities answered in an open and friendly environment, these events are a great girly afternoon out, and come complete with complimentary champagne and canapés.
Since Transform began it’s journey 35 years ago, as a group they have seen over 300,000 pairs of breasts and so have come to understand women’s issues, concerns, their desires and needs.
The regional events will enable them to impart that knowledge to curious ladies who have questions about breasts – whether real or surgically enhanced – and guests will have the opportunity to chat one-to-one with top surgeons and past patients.
Breasts of Britain is the ground-breaking campaign from the Transform Cosmetic Surgery Group, aimed at breaking the last taboo of Britain, getting women talking about and appreciating the two most prominent elements in their lives.
Sponsored by the UK’s leading designer lingerie brand, Ultimo, the Breasts of Britain campaign will be raising funds for CoppaFeel! – a charity aiming to encourage young women to self-examine.
For more information on the Breasts of Britain campaign, please visit http://www.breastsofbritain.co.uk