District Freestyle Scooter Co. Joins The Keep A Breast Foundation Efforts for Breast Cancer Eradication

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Pioneer of the freestyle scooter movement, District Freestyle Scooter Co. partners with Keep A Breast Foundation on a limited edition "I Love Boobies" product line focused on positively impacting young peoples lives.

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I Love Boobies Scooter

The collaboration with District extends our reach and education efforts to the growing sport of freestyle scootering while adding a gorgeous new product to our line of apparel and accessories. - Shaney Jo Darden, Founder & Global CEO of KAB

District Freestyle Scooter Co. (District) is proud to announce its partnership with The Keep A Breast Foundation™ (KAB) and joins KAB efforts for breast cancer prevention through art, education, awareness and action. This collaboration will launch with a co-branded special edition “I Love Boobies” freestyle scooter, with proceeds from the sales going to support the foundation and educational programs.

KAB’s mission is to eradicate breast cancer for future generations. Educating youth on early detection is a key part of every program; this collaboration will allow KAB to reach out to the fast growing number of young freestyle scooter enthusiasts worldwide.

“We are very excited to work with and support The Keep A Breast Foundation,” says Marcel Oosterveen founder of District. “Breast cancer awareness needs to begin with young people. This collab will allow us to bring KAB’s message into our community and educate many youth about early detection while raising funds for KAB’s programs.”

District, one of the leading brands in the scooter market, will produce and distribute through their international network, its popular DK2 scooter deck model featuring KAB’s name and logo, as well as “Rule Your Boobies,” a slogan mixing the famous KAB motto “I Love Boobies” and District’s popular campaign “Rule Your District” on a black deck with pink detailing. The stylish look of this limited edition product is bound to be a huge success and positively impact young people worldwide.

“Through the years we have collaborated with many brands, associations and events within the surfing, skating, snowboarding, music and art realm” declared Shaney Jo Darden founder and Global CEO of KAB, “thanks to this collaboration we will extend our reach and education efforts to the growing sport of freestyle scootering while adding a gorgeous new product to our line of apparel and accessories.”

The “Rule Your Boobies” scooter is expected to hit the market in early 2014 and raise thousands of dollars for the foundation.

About Keep A Breast

The Keep A Breast Foundation’s (KAB) Mission is to help eradicate breast cancer by exposing young people to methods of prevention, early detection and support. Through art events, educational programs and fundraising efforts, we seek to increase breast cancer awareness among young people so they are better equipped to make choices and develop habits that will benefit their long-term health and well-being. For more information, go to http://www.keep-a-breast.org.

About District

District Freestyle Scooter Co. was founded in 2007 by FSP Group as the pioneering brand of the modern freestyle scooter movement, setting the standard for scooter design, manufacturing and performance. District currently has over 500 dealer locations in the United States and global distribution in 30 countries and growing. Notable industry innovation milestones include being first brand to develop freestyle scooter parts & accessories (2007), invention of the first ever slide-in break for noiseless riding (2008), and engineering the lightest & strongest deck ever made (2009). The District pro team encompasses nine of the best pro riders from around the world, including Brandon James (UK), Cam Ward (USA), Chris Hart (Australia), Coedie Donovan (Australia), Fernando Young (Peru), Helmeri Pirinen (Finland), Michael Goumaz (Switzerland), Rory Coe (Australia) and Tom Mattingly (USA). For more info please visit http://www.districtscoot.com.

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