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Carpet One Floor & Home Continues Making Dramatic Strides in Funding Breast Cancer Research and Awareness
Date:3/24/2008

MANCHESTER, N.H., March 24 /PRNewswire/ -- Now in its fourth year, Carpet One Floor & Home once again rolls out the welcome mats for breast cancer research and awareness with the Spring 2008 Carpet One Floor & Home Welcomes Your Support Campaign. Store locations throughout North America continue raising funds through the sale of exclusive, limited edition pink ribbon welcome mats specially designed for Carpet One Floor & Home. Twenty-five percent of U.S. sales go to The Breast Cancer Research Foundation (BCRF), while 25% of sales in Canada go to Canadian Cancer Society (CCS) breast cancer research and support programs.

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The Spring 2008 Carpet One Floor & Home Welcomes Your Support Campaign will reach a cumulative total of over $630,000 in donated funds for breast cancer research and awareness since its inception in 2004.

"To know that Carpet One Floor & Home has raised over half a million dollars through the sale of pink ribbon welcome mats for such an important cause," says Eric Demaree, President of Carpet One Floor & Home, "makes me very proud. Our families, friends, customers, and communities are affected by this cause. It is an honor to join the BCRF and the CCS each fall and spring in their mission to eliminate this disease."

"Carpet One Floor & Home's ongoing support of BCRF has been inspiring," says Myra Biblowit, BCRF President. "They are dedicated to this cause, and maintaining partnerships with strong, socially responsible organizations like theirs allows us to continue our fight to raise funds for breast cancer research and awareness in hopes of eradicating this disease within our lifetime."

"Carpet One Floor & Home is doing a great job of demonstrating what it means to be a responsible company," says Dr. Barbara Whylie, CEO, Canadian Cancer Society. "Ongoing support keeps o
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