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Buy Pink Glasses From LensWay and £20 Will be Donated to Breast Cancer Research
Date:10/7/2011

WINDSOR, England, October 7, 2011 /PRNewswire/ --

In support of Breast Cancer Awareness LensWay.co.uk will be donating £20 for every pink frame purchased in October. There are over 50 styles to choose from and starting at only £59 each.

To view the full range of pink glasses please visit the following page: http://www.lensway.co.uk/glasses/cPinkGlasses.html.

About Breast Cancer Awareness:

For women in the UK breast cancer is the most common form of cancer with one out of nine women being affected at some point in their life. With more than 45,000 cancer cases diagnosed each year, breast cancer is the leading cause of death for women aged 34 to 54.

Whatever your age, size or shape it's important to be aware of and regularly check for any signs of breast cancer. So, throughout the duration of October various fund raising activities and campaigns are run in order to raise the awareness of the disease with the aim of raising money to support efforts to find a cure.

About LensWay.co.uk:

LensWay.co.uk has quickly become the UK's leading online retailer of vision care products, attributable to a combination of fast delivery, a customer-centric approach and great selection at the lowest possible prices. With headquarters in Windsor, Berkshire, LensWay.co.uk designs, produces and distributes the largest selection of glasses and contact lenses on the internet, including a unique combination of designer eyeglasses, contact lenses, sunglasses, and vision care accessories.  

LensWay.co.uk is part of Coastal Contacts Inc. - founded in Canada in 2000 - which services customers across North America, Asia and Europe through the Coastal Contacts Inc. family of websites including: Lensway.co.uk, CoastalContact
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