Mercedes-Benz supports “wear it pink” Breast Cancer Campaign

Breast Cancer has affected many of us in one-way or another, be it yourself or someone that you know. It is for this reason that many individuals or businesses get behind and support the “wear it pink” campaign to not only help increase awareness for this horrible diseases but also the raise money for the Breast Cancer Campaign. The latest brand to get in on this is Mercedes-Benz in Orpington.

The staff at the showroom will have a day of pink activities on October 28th, which is a Friday. They will all have to spend the day wearing pink clothing (which should be fun to see) and also all donate £2 towards the cause — although we expect that they will add a little extra. There will be a sale on, as well as offering customers the chance to win a Mercedes SLK for the weekend.

The number plate on the black SLK is very unique, as it says ‘breast’ which should turn a few heads. It’s no surprise that all the money raised from the raffle will go towards breast cancer research. There are not many causes that people become passionate about, but it is only because how it affects us all. It’s also nice to bring a fun element into the cause, as it will be fun to see car salesperson’s dressing up in pink — might be a little hard taking them seriously.

The new “wear it pink” campaign is being sponsored by Vanish, and is said to give £250,000 to the Breast Cancer Campaign. If you would like to hold an event of your own call 0800 107 3104.

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Written by Peter Chubb

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