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Kohl's offers Dana Buchman cause merchandise
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Feb '12
Kohl's Department Stores invites customers to support women's health with Kohl's Cares cause merchandise by renown fashion designer Dana Buchman. The exclusive cause merchandise offers shoppers apparel, accessories and gifts which can be found in all 40 Wisconsin Kohl's stores and online with 100 percent of the net profit donated to support the fight against breast cancer. The collection is available now through the end of April.

The exclusive Dana Buchman cause merchandise collection is the embodiment of everyday chic and includes items ranging from beaded bracelets and graphic tees to stylish yet functional lunch totes and travel coffee mugs.

"We are delighted to offer exclusive cause merchandise by designer Dana Buchman," said Julie Gardner, Kohl's executive vice president and chief marketing officer. "Dana designed this limited edition collection to empower women to support a cause close to their hearts. Her pieces are synonymous with timeless style and offer customers the opportunity to be fashionable and value-conscious while supporting the fight against breast cancer."

The exclusive collection of Dana Buchman cause merchandise includes apparel, accessories and fashion jewelry featuring the signature Dana Buchman safari print. The collection includes scarves, umbrellas, wristlets, tees and watches in various shades of pink, brown and tan, among other items. The Kohl's Cares breast cancer cause merchandise has its own center aisle display where all items are displayed together to make it easy for customers to shop and support the cause.

Kohl's breast cancer cause merchandise program is available year-round, with 100 percent of the net profit donated to the fight. Kohl's also supports women's health with a commitment of $7 million over three years to the American Cancer Society's Midwest Division and the Southeast Wisconsin Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure to support breast cancer research, education and patient-assistance programs.

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