Wally’s Party Factory Goes Pink and Blue for Breast Cancer Awareness Month

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Wally’s Party Factory, the nation’s largest privately held multi-channel chain of family-owned independent party supply stores, will be doing their part to support Breast Cancer Awareness Month by giving employees the opportunity to swap their usual khaki pants with a pair of blue jeans in exchange for a small donation.

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Promote Breast Cancer Awareness by wearing the Pink Ribbon Costume available in-store!

We are proud to support breast cancer awareness and research. A portion of the sale of pink ribbon merchandise is donated back to this wonderful cause, said Walter Erwin, President of Wally’s Party Factory.

Wally’s Party Factory, the nation’s largest privately held multi-channel chain of family-owned independent party supply stores, will be doing their part to support Breast Cancer Awareness Month by giving employees the opportunity to swap their usual khaki pants with a pair of blue jeans in exchange for a small donation.

The internal fundraising campaign, Jeans for a Cure, will run for the entire month of October. All proceeds will be locally donated to organizations within the communities of the 38 brick and mortar store locations across Texas and Oklahoma.

“We are proud to support breast cancer awareness and research. A portion of the sale of pink ribbon merchandise is donated back to this wonderful cause,” said Walter Erwin, President of Wally’s Party Factory. “We hope that this campaign will spread the word and encourage others in the community to join us in promoting the fight against breast cancer.”

Wally’s customers who would like to show their support for Breast Cancer Awareness Month are encouraged to explore our assortment of Pink Ribbon accessories and decorations. Available items include Think Pink hats, Pink Ribbon stickers, window clings, decorative flags, banners and more. Promote Breast Cancer Awareness by wearing the Pink Ribbon costume at your next fundraising event!

Wally’s offers an extensive selection of party supplies and balloons for all occasions, and themes including an extensive Halloween department with costumes, accessories and décor. Pick your party theme: luau, seventies, fiesta, Mardi Gras, casino, over-the-hill, fifties, western, disco, Hollywood, birthdays, anniversaries, showers, weddings – Wally’s has it all! Wally’s gigantic selection of bagged, bulk party favors is perfect for teachers, carnivals, and trick or treaters.

Enhance your in-store experience by visiting Wally’s website at http://www.WallysPartyFactory.com where you can find more information regarding products, store locations and hours, upcoming events and party planning inspiration.

Wally’s Party Factory has a company-wide commitment of appreciation for those that serve our community and nation by offering a 10% in-store discount to educators and members of the armed forces.

ABOUT WALLY’S PARTY FACTORY

Wally’s Party Factory, based in Ennis, TX, is the largest multi-channel privately held, family-owned chain of independent party supply stores in the United States. Wally’s, which also operates in some locations as Card & Party Factory and Wicked Wally’s Halloween Costumes (temporary Halloween stores) began over two decades ago and has grown steadily into one of the nation’s best party-supply and Halloween costume merchants. Wally’s is devoted to helping its customers celebrate the most important events in their lives by providing unrivaled customer service, offering an excellent selection of the best products, and pricing those products competitively. Wally’s also gives back to local communities, each of which everyone at the company treats as home.

The company’s 38 party stores are located in Texas and Oklahoma. The locations are as follows: Abilene, Amarillo, Baytown (2), Brownwood, Cleburne, College Station, Conroe, Corsicana, Ennis, Ft. Worth (2), Huntsville, Kerrville, Lake Jackson, Lufkin, Longview, Midland, Nacogdoches, Palestine, Rockwall, San Angelo, San Marcos, Sherman, Stephenville, Sulphur Springs, Temple, Texarkana, Tyler (2), Victoria (2), Waco, Waxahachie, Weatherford, Wichita Falls and Lawton, Oklahoma (2).

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