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Physicians for Peace Receives Logo Embroidered Lab Coat Donation from Crooked Brook
Date:3/15/2013

Norfolk, VA (PRWEB) March 16, 2013

Physicians for Peace recently received a donation of embroidered lab coats from Crooked Brook. Although all lab coats bearing the Crooked Brook label are made to order; to accommodate the needs of customers who wanted lab coats that were not as expensive as theirs that are custom made, they offered other brands.

Crooked Brook has since discontinued offering other lab coat brands; however they still have other lab coat brands in their inventory and these are donated to various causes.

The donated lab coats are described as follows:

    White, 5.5 oz., 65/35 Poly/Cotton Ring Spun Poplin
    Full Length Sleeves
    3 outside patch pockets, 1 chest, 2 lower
    2 side slit access pockets
    4 faux pearl buttons
    Bar tacking at all stress points

All had the Physicians for Peace logo embroidered on the left chest.

About Physicians for Peace

Physicians for Peace transforms lives by training, supporting and empowering healthcare professionals working with the world¹s under-served populations. Since 1989, volunteers have conducted medical missions in more than 60 countries.

About Crooked Brook Lab Coats

Crooked Brook lab coats are made to order according to the customer’s style, fit, and fabric specifications. By combining the different options; (fabric, buttons, pocket, collar, cuffs, sleeves and piping) customers can design their own lab coat, or they may order a lab coat the way it appears on their website.

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