So, for French Quarter Market, choosing Mary Bird Perkins was an easy decision.
Baton Rouge, LA (PRWEB) October 12, 2011
Pink is everywhere right now. Football teams are wearing pink socks, gloves, and towels. It doesn’t take much effort to find the pink ribbon around, either on a sign, someone wearing a lapel pin, or on a shirt . All of this pink can mean only one thing, it is October. October is national Breast Cancer Awareness month. Organizations from all different industries are bringing awareness to and supporting different organizations that research and treat breast cancer.
French Quarter Market has and is continuing to support Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center in the fight to end breast cancer. French Quarter Market offers a fleur de lis lapel pin that is adorned with the pink ribbon that represents the fight against breast cancer. All proceeds from the sale of this lapel pin go to Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center. Mary Bird Perkins was not chosen randomly as the organization of choice for French Quarter Market. The founder of French Quarter Market, Angela Fluker, was a victim of brain cancer. Mary Bird Perkins was instrumental in her fight and treatment of the brain cancer that eventual took her life. So, for French Quarter Market, choosing Mary Bird Perkins was an easy decision. October serves for a great way for them to support an organization that is close to their heart in fighting a devastating disease.
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