Springboro, Ohio (PRWEB) October 23, 2016
Liberty Wear Apparel has joined the battle against breast cancer with Pink Ribbon Girls to raise money through Liberty Wear’s exclusive line of breast cancer awareness shirts. So far in 2016, Liberty Wear has donated close to $3,500 to Pink Ribbon Girls. The contribution comes from Liberty Wear’s sales in which $1.50 from the original sale price is given directly to Pink Ribbon Girls.
Curt Jackson, Owner of Liberty Wear Apparel, and Rod Smith, Director of Operations, along with fellow employees attended the 5th annual Ignite the Fight event at the University of Dayton Arena, September 17, 2016. The event had over 650 guests and managed to raise over $91,000 in the first ten minutes. A personal donation from Rod Smith and Curt Jackson was given at the event.
“We as a company felt the need to do our fair share of help. We understand the importance of what Pink Ribbon Girls is doing and thought our uniquely designed apparel would be a great fit to raise the largest donation we could,” said Curt Jackson.
Liberty Wear decided to keep their line of breast cancer awareness shirts available as a regular item so the extent of the donation would continue. This is a cause Liberty Wear supports wholeheartedly and looks forward to being involved in the future of Pink Ribbon Girls. Liberty Wear is located 217 South Pioneer Blvd, Suite B in Springboro, Ohio.