Over 40% of each sale will go to fund breast cancer research.
Smyrna, NC (PRWEB) October 01, 2013
Fisherman Creations, Inc., maker of Core Sound Crab Pot ® Christmas Trees, announced today that it will now be offering trees with pink lights to help raise breast cancer awareness, with proceeds going to the UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center in Chapel Hill, NC during the month of October.
Four sizes will be available: 2 ft., 3 ft., 4 ft. and 6 ft., with corresponding proceeds of $30, $40, $60, and $90 per tree respectively going to the UNC Cancer Center.
Fisherman Creations' founder and president, Don Acree, noted that breast cancer has gravely affected many of his friends and family members as far too many people can also attest.
The final tally of donations will be on Fisherman Creations’ Facebook site November 1st.
The company hopes for a high turnout for this battle against breast cancer.
To learn more about this fund raising opportunity, visit http://crabpottrees.com/gopink.php.
About Fisherman Creations, Inc.
Fisherman Creations is a U.S. manufacturer of decorative Christmas products, with the bulk of its business coming from their patented product Core Sound Crab Pot Trees ®. The Trees are made of durable PVC coated crab trap wire used in the commercial crabbing industry and are strung with mini Christmas lights, then folded flat before being shipped for customer display. After display, the trees can be easily folded flat for space-saving storage. For more information about Fisherman Creations, visit http://www.crabpottrees.com/ or follow us on You Tube or Facebook.
About UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center
UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center is one of the leading cancer centers in the nation, and has been rated as exceptional ,the highest category, by the National Cancer Institute. The Center brings together some of the most gifted physicians and scientists in the country to research and improve the prevention early detection and treatment of cancer. For more information about the UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center, visit http://nccancerhospital.org/.