Benefiting Breast Cancer Awareness Covercraft Launches the “Covers for Causes” Program

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In advance of next month being Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Covercraft is proud to announce the introduction of their “Covers for Causes” program.

It goes without saying that women have a tremendous impact on almost every aspect of society including the automotive industry, purchasing over half of the new cars sold in the U.S. and influencing 80 percent of all family car-buying decisions, according to

Women also play key roles within the automotive industry, with positions in management, design, sales and the aftermarket, along with ownership of repair and parts facilities and dealerships.

As a way of acknowledging women in the automotive industry, and indeed everywhere, Covercraft is launching the “Covers for Causes” program in support of Breast Cancer Awareness. The company will contribute a percentage of the profits from the sales of these products to breast cancer research programs.

Marty Lichtmann, President of Covercraft, announced the new program by saying, “Almost everyone I know has been touched by cancer, or knows of someone who has had to battle this horrific disease. Research has made great strides, but needs much more support in the effort to find a cure.”

The program includes a special pink version of the popular NOAH® car cover fabric made by Kimberly-Clark and a pink version of the UVS100™ Windshield Heat Shield. Both products are custom patterned and feature a silk-screened “Covers for Causes” logo.

For more information contact Covercraft Industries – 800-4-COVERS (426-8377) / sales(at)covercraft(dot)com /

About Covercraft
Covercraft was founded in 1965 and is an industry leader in automotive softgoods. In addition to being the world’s largest manufacturer of custom vehicle covers they also offer front end covers (bras), dash board covers, floor mats, seat covers, powersports covers and cargo management products. The company is located at 100 Enterprise Blvd., Pauls Valley, OK. For more information visit

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