Avon Breast Cancer Crusade

It’s October again, one of the most important months of the year.  Why you may ask?  Breast Cancer Awareness.  Many companies have come out with “pink products” in support of this very worthy cause.  However, I am proud to say that Avon was one of the first to initiate this type of program.  Along with providing pink products for the Avon Foundation, Avon’s Global Ambassador, celebrity Reese Witherspoon is helping to promote awareness about domestic violence with 2 very special items: the Empowerment Pendant Necklace and the Empowerment Bracelet.  Along with this years pink product, the Breast Cancer Crusade Moisturizing Bar Soap, Avon is well on it’s way in spreading the word about these worthy causes.
avon empowerment necklaceavon empowerment braceletavon breast cancer crusade bar soap
As quoted in the current brochure:  “More than 742,000 U.S. Avon Representatives raise funds to eliminate breast cancer and domestic violence by selling Avon products like these—not just in October, but in every campaign, all year round, every year since 1993!
Please also note that included with every purchase to benefit the Avon Foundation for Women is a free Breast Health Resource Guide or a Domestic violence Resource Guide.  Copies can also be found at  www.avonfoundation.org.
In addition, the Empowerment Bracelet is free with any Avon Foundation purchase which can be found on pages 78-79 in the current brochure. If you don’t have a brochure you can go online at www.youravon.com/traceyfisher or contact me and I will send you one. 
I hope that you will join me in this life saving cause.  Thanks for your continued support and let’s think Pink!

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