Take a stand or a seat for Breast Cancer Awareness

For those of you who didn't already know, October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, going over two decades strong by building breast cancer awareness across the nation while giving hope to future generations of breast cancer victims, survivors and loved ones touched by the disease.

How proud was I to see that several of our merchants feature pink ribbon gifts and items with a portion of proceeds going to raise money for breast cancer research!

With a selection of super chic Pink Office Chairs for female office employees (or male employees whose manhood isn't threatened by sitting in a pink desk chair), National Business Furniture is donating 15% of all sales to breast cancer research not only during the month of October, but until the end of 2008. Well done NBF. What a great way to get consumers and fellow businesses to sit back and take notice.
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Besides the gracious folks at NBF, Catalogs.com's online retailers AT-A-GLANCEĀ®, bebeautiful and Corporate Snobs are also taking a stand and donating money to this monumental cause.

To keep your work life and home life organized, AT-A-GLANCEĀ® has a selection of Breast Cancer Awareness planners, calendars, notebooks and more to keep your lives in fine running order.

If you'd like to think pink outside of the office, take a look at bebeautiful's selection of ceramic straightening irons for your hair and Corporate Snobs' extensive collection of lovely Pink Ribbon Gifts that give back in more ways than one.

In the midst of the current economic climate, it is easy for merchants and consumers to turn a blind eye to charitable organizations while placing focus only on their own financial endeavors and interests.

We are infinitely proud to have these merchants on board and part of the Catalogs.com family.

It is my pleasure to honor these online retailers and urge you to shop with them for a cause and for a cure.

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