Sunday, February 1, 2015

Pink Ribbon Welcome Mat Giveaway


Sponsored by: Carpet One Welcome a Cure Hosted by: Powered by Mom

Read Powered by Mom's review on these fabulous mats HERE




I have friends that are breast cancer survivors and one that is battling it right now! So important that we help the fight.

Through its Pink Ribbon Welcome Mat project, Carpet One Floor & Home has raised almost a million dollars to support breast cancer research. Twenty-five percent of each sale will be donated directly to The Breast Cancer Research Foundation. Join the Fight.
  • Annual screening mammography beginning at age 40.
  • Breast self-examination is optional but beneficial. Women who choose to do breast self-examination should receive instruction from their health providers.
  • Clinical breast examination every three years for women in their 20s and 30s, and annually for women aged 40 and older.

Two lucky winners will each receive a Pink Ribbon Welcome Mat. Winners are not guaranteed on which design of the mat that they will receive, it is based on availability. Enter on the giveaway tools below and good luck!




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25 comments:

  1. I have been working with the American Cancer Society and Relay for Life for ten years. I have served as team member, team captain, team mentor, and held a committee position during the time I was helping Relay for Life.

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  2. I admit that recently I have not done as much as I could. I have participated in walks and I try to look for the pink ribbons when shopping.

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  3. I look for the pink ribbon when shopping and donate

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  4. I buy pink ribbon when shop and I order them too.

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  5. I click daily on The Breast Cancer website to donate money..thanks so much.
    melly66(at)sbcglobal(dot)net

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  6. I always try to look for the pink ribbon when shopping!

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  7. I try to donate as often as possible.

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  8. I donate as much as I can

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  9. If i see anything with a pink ribbon, i usually buy it! :)

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  10. I try to buy things that will donate a portion to Breast Cancer Awareness.

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  11. Sponsor my sister who runs every year

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  12. I purchase "pink" products. Thanks.

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  13. I donate when I can to local breast center. I try to buy products that give some of the proceeds to Breast Cancer awareness especially in October.

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  14. every year we walk for all forms of cancer and i buy pink ribbon items

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  15. I buy pink ribbon items and support our company's relay for life fundraising.

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  16. I participate in the run for the cure every year with my school/students

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  17. I support by canvassing for cancer.

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  18. My Daughter-In-Law just went through the battle and won, I do my best to support in different ways, talking about it, learning about it ,etc.

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  19. How do you support breast cancer awareness, funding, fundraising or helping out in any way?

    I buy any breast cancer items from the grocery store as well as I have bought candles and I would love to join a walk/run for cancer.

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  20. I purchase items that support Breast Cancer Awareness. I wish I could do the walk!

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