October 18, 2012

Ford Warriors in Pink





I'm so in love with the bright, gorgeous pink patterned products Warriors in Pink have this year to benefit breast cancer. 100% of all the proceeds go to the support of breast cancer awareness. 

Many years ago my grandfather developed lung cancer. Grandpa was always a healthy man. Walking everywhere, gardening, even jump roping at 80! My grandfather was a warrior in many ways throughout his life and always kept going. He never let his medical condition stop him and fought all the way.  He did have a stubborn streak and unfortunately his bad smoking habits got the best of him and he lost his battle. But even on his bad days he still kept a smile on his face and kept me laughing. Maybe that's where I get it from. The idea that I'm the funniest person on the planet sometimes. ha! But I feel if we stick together in this world and create as much awareness for cancer, then we can beat this ugly disease. 

Join the fight and wear your gear. Together we can all be stylish warriors.

{warning: the following video is so inspirational, you might just shed a tear or two}


This October, Ford Warriors in Pink® has launched its first ever produced documentary, “Bang the Drum: Living Out Loud in the Face of Breast Cancer.” The film honors 11 men and women breast cancer survivors who have demonstrated strength and courage in their battle with its “Models of Courage” program. 2012 marks Ford Motor Company’s 18th year of support for the breast cancer cause. In that time, Ford has dedicated more than $115 million to the breast cancer cause.

You too can get involved in this tremendously worthy program! When you buy Ford Warriors in Pink apparel at fordcares.com, 100 percent of the net proceeds go directly to support breast cancer awareness all year long.
To keep connected, be sure to check out Ford Warriors in Pink on Facebook 

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Ford Warriors in Pink. The opinions and text are all mine.

1 comment :

Dan said...

I love those pants!!! Cute and awesome... A good way for awareness!

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