The Beach’s Most Precious Resource Has Even More Support

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At The Beach's Breast Cancer Fundraiser a Success!

Regional tanning salon At the Beach is excited to announce it has raised more than $26,000 for the National Breast Cancer Foundation. During the National Breast Care Awareness month of October, At the Beach created a fundraiser, urging its clientele to purchase limited edition breast cancer awareness t-shirts, with the promise of donating almost 75% of the proceeds to the National Breast Cancer Awareness Foundation.

This year At the Beach got involved in the action, by encouraging members to spread the word about this worthy cause and to give by purchasing a limited edition At the Beach breast cancer awareness t-shirt that’s pink in color and features one of At the Beach’s characters, Donatella with the phrase “Saving the beach’s most precious resource”.

For every hip and quirky shirt purchased At the Beach donated $18 (almost 75%) of the proceeds to the National Breast Cancer Foundation, an organization committed to spreading knowledge and fostering hope in the fight against breast cancer.

“The tally is in on our Breast Cancer Awareness fundraiser and we’re happy to say our promotion was so successful we wound up having to do a second print to get more shirts because we had sold out. One of the most exciting things about the success of this fundraiser is that the tanners and supporters of At The Beach are 100% responsible for the success of this.

I love it when our customers get involved,” said Candi Chappell, At the Beach’s Vice President of Operations.

At the Beach is a regional tanning salon chain with over 60 stores located throughout Oklahoma, Colorado and Kansas. At the Beach is involved in multiple charities and causes and fosters support through their blog atthebeachcares.com and by providing information at At the Beach locations.

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