Atlanta Startup Unveils Pink Gloves Benefiting Susan G. Komen

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Atlanta-based woman owned startup HALTZGLOVES has signed a contract to manufacture Pink Glove benefiting Susan G. Komen. Shipping starts today for Breast Cancer Events and the upcoming holidays.

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Pink Gloves Benefiting Susan G. Komen is available in a half glove and full glove versions. Sizes range from children sizes- “itsy bitsy”- to adult unisex sizes Medium, Large, XLarge, 2XLarge, 3XLarge. They are gift packaged beautifully ready to be sent as a gift to yourself or someone special. HALTZGLOVES is donating $5.00 for each pair sold directly to Susan G. Komen.

HALTZGLOVES CEO Deidre Goodwin has chosen "Bringing a HALTZ to Breast Cancer" as the Campaign Slogan for HALTZGLOVES.

Goodwin's own personal story has led to this amazing moment. "My mom's best friend passed away from breast cancer. My parents stepped in to assist with the care of her children. It is hard to believe that 20 years later we are still talking about breast cancer. Millions have been affected by breast cancer and I want to change that. I am so honored to know that HALTZGLOVES can have a part in finding a cure," she stated. “Last year millions around the world participated in walks and runs to support awareness and research to cure breast cancer, so all of them should be wearing the Pink reflective HALTZGLOVES," says Goodwin.

HALTZGLOVES was originally created when Goodwin was almost struck by a car while directing traffic. Her original HALTZGLOVES can be seen for 1250 linear feet and are used by various 1st responders, crossing guards, joggers, cyclist and others when high visibility apparel is needed.

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