Scrapbook MAX Breast Cancer Research Challenge 2010

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Join in the fight against breast cancer from now through October 31, 2010. Scrapbook MAX challenges all scrapbookers to make a donation in support of breast cancer research, and in return, participants get a copy of Scrapbook MAX digital scrapbooking software for only $5 (value of $59.95).

Scrapbook MAX is challenging all scrapbookers to participate in a special fund raising event supporting breast cancer research. From now through October 31, 2010 scrapbookers are challenged to make a donation in support of The Breast Cancer Research Foundation through the Scrapbook MAX challenge page at http://www.scrapbookmax.com/2010/10/breast-cancer-research-challenge/ . In appreciation for their donation, participants will receive a coupon allowing them to purchase Scrapbook MAX 2.0 digital scrapbooking software for only $5.

"A huge part of scrapbooking is about celebrating life, and coming together as a community to share and to support one another," says Scrapbook MAX Public Relations Director Karin Adams. "We wanted to direct that spirit of caring and generosity toward something that everyone can stand behind. Breast cancer touches everyone in one way or another, and we anticipate a huge response."

Scrapbook MAX 2.0 software, regularly $59.95, is an easy-to-use digital scrapbooking program for Windows that includes everything needed to make creative scrapbook pages using a computer. During this special fund raising challenge event, scrapbookers who make a donation (of any amount) using the link found at http://www.scrapbookmax.com/2010/10/breast-cancer-research-challenge/ will receive the full version of the program for only $5 (USD). Challenge participants will also receive the Life Is Beautiful expansion pack, a collection of digital scrapbooking templates and kits valued at $19.95.

For more information or to participate in the challenge, please visit http://www.scrapbookmax.com/2010/10/breast-cancer-research-challenge/ - and help find a cure for breast cancer.

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