ReBath Northeast Helps Raise Money for Local Foundation

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ReBath Northeast will be sponsoring a hole at the Ice House Pub/ Think Pink Foundation Golf Tournament this Saturday at Sand Springs, in Drums. ReBath Northeast will also be donating to another Think Pink Foundation event at the end of October.

Think Pink Foundation in Mountain Top

Think Pink Foundation Logo

The Think Pink Foundation is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that strives to help local woman and their families, who are currently affected by cancer.

ReBath Northeast will be sponsoring a hole at the Ice House Pub/ Think Pink Foundation Golf Tournament this Saturday at Sand Springs, in Drums. The tournament begins at 9:30 a.m. and registration is currently closed. The event has become so popular there is a waiting list.

ReBath Northeast has sponsored a hole at the golf tournament since Think Pink began hosting them four years ago. Two of the co-founders of the Think Pink Foundation, Kim Davis and Danielle Cavanaugh, work at ReBath Northeast. Owner Rich Rome knows about all of the fundraising they do for their organization and is always happy to help out.

Along with sponsoring a hole at the tournament, Rome and other ReBath Northeast associates donate money and items for many of the fundraisers the Think Pink Foundation holds throughout the year.

Think Pink will be holding another fundraiser at the end of October. On Sunday, October 27, the Think Pink Foundation will be hosting a tailgate party at the American Legion1 1550 Henry Drive, in Mountain Top. Admission is $20 in advance and $30 at the door. Big screen TVs will have the 1 p.m. Eagles vs. Giants game, the Patriots vs. Dolphins, as well as the 4 p.m. Steelers vs. Raiders game. Food and beverages will be served.

Money raised at the golf tournament this weekend and the tailgate party on Oct. 27 will go directly to the Think Pink Foundation, to help members of Luzerne County, who are in need of support during their fight against cancer.

The Think Pink Foundation is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that strives to help local woman and their families, who are currently affected by cancer.

In September, the Think Pink Foundation was able to help their first recipient. Leona Elko, of Nanticoke, is a 42 year-old, mother of two, who was diagnosed with breast cancer in March. The Think Pink Foundation gave Elko money to pay past due medical bills.

To find out more about the Think Pink Foundation or to apply for their assistance, please visit their website: thinkpinkmountaintop.org.

About ReBath Northeast
ReBath Northeast is a franchise of ReBath®, which sells patented DuraBath SSP™ acrylic products. ReBath Northeast is a bathroom remodeling company that specializes in the tub and shower area, installing tub and shower replacements, bathtub liners, tub to shower conversions, barrier-free showers and walk-in tubs in as little as one day. ReBath Northeast can also remodel the rest of the bathroom in as little as two days. The service areas are located throughout Eastern Pennsylvania including the towns of Plains, Sunbury, Lehman, Muncy, Athens, Beaver Meadows, Berwick, Stroudsburg, Greentown, McAdoo, Selinsgrove, Dushore, Montrose, Williamsport, Clarks Summit, Bethlehem, Downingtown, West Chester and Noxen. For more information about the services ReBath Northeast offers, visit http://www.rebathnortheast.com.

Aimee Fritzges
ReBath Northeast
934 Wyoming Ave
Forty Fort, PA 18704
1-800-BATHTUB
(570) 283-3005
http://www.rebathnortheast.com
afritzges(at)rebathnortheast(dot)com

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