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New pink-ribbon grocery bag aims to spread the word
06
Aug '08
TuckerBags is delighted to announce the launch of a specially designed pink-ribbon grocery bag which not only supports the environment through the reduced use of plastic, but also supports and builds awareness for the National Breast Cancer Foundation and its vital cause.

Being aware and understanding breast cancer and its impact on individuals, families, and society as a whole is a key mission of the National Breast Cancer Foundation. As such the need to spread the message about early detection and regular testing is also paramount.

TuckerBags are proud to be able to help support the building of this awareness through the launch of a pink-ribbon reusable grocery bag which will serve as a great everyday lifestyle companion for use when traveling or shopping, but also act as a constant reminder of the importance of the National Breast Cancer Foundation's awareness and educational mission.

"If just one person is reminded to get checked by seeing this bag and it saves a life, then the goal of this program has been served", Stuart Cutler, President TuckerBags.

TuckerBags are a fun, convenient, and environmentally friendly option to plastic grocery bags. TuckerBags are made from rip-stop polyester so they are super strong and hold in excess of 35 lbs.

The patent pending bag design comes in a range of fun, colorful designs which are fashionable for the whole family to use.

Each TuckerBag is 19 inches x 16 inches in size, has extra long handles for shoulder comfort, and tucks neatly back into a convenient attached storage pouch.

JEKM Enterprises


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