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The American Breast Cancer Foundation Partners with Pilot Pen to Raise Breast Cancer Awareness Nation-Wide
Date:6/14/2010

The American Breast Cancer Foundation has teamed up with Pilot Pen to create a line of new products showing support for the fight against breast cancer. The American Breast Cancer Foundation is a nonprofit committed to providing direct financial assistance to uninsured and underserved individuals for diagnostic tests to aid in the early detection and survival of breast cancer. To show support Pilot Pen is launching 10 new items within their already top selling product lines to support breast cancer awareness.

Baltimore, MD (Vocus) June 14, 2010 -- The American Breast Cancer Foundation has teamed up with Pilot Pen to create a line of new products showing support for the fight against breast cancer.

The American Breast Cancer Foundation is a nonprofit committed to providing direct financial assistance to uninsured and underserved individuals for diagnostic tests to aid in the early detection and survival of breast cancer. To show support Pilot Pen is launching 10 new items within their already top selling product lines to support breast cancer awareness.

“Pilot Pen is providing the American Breast Cancer Foundation with an incredible opportunity to raise awareness and support for the fight against breast cancer,” said Aimee Weil, CEO of the American Breast Cancer Foundation. “The new product line will be a great asset in getting our organization’s message out to women all across America.”

In association with the American Breast Cancer Foundation, Pilot Pen, producer of America’s number one selling gel pen and number one selling ergonomic ballpoint pen, has created a line of pens in support of breast cancer awareness. All 10 new products will be packaged with a pink breast cancer awareness theme featuring the symbolic pink ribbon. Each pen is uniquely designed with a breast cancer awareness pink ribbon also imprinted on the barrel
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