pink Kitchen Aid mixer, a pink coffee maker, a Brita Pink Water Pitcher, a pink blender, a pink food processor, and a pink ice cream maker and a portion of the purchase price would go to support finding a cure for breast cancer. I also could stock the refrigerator and the pantry with pink ribbon yogurt, bottled water, juice, bagels, tea and even breakfast cereal while supporting breast cancer. In fact my local grocery story has eight pages of product ads linked to breast cancer this week.
I could buy a new pink vacuum for my morning cleaning.
After getting the kids off to school I often head to the gym, where I now have a new pair of pink workout gloves adorned with the cute little pink ribbon for breast cancer. My local Sport Chalet has pink ribbon balance balls, free weights, and yoga mats for my workouts at home.
Back from my workout I hop into the shower. I could dry my hair with a new pink hair dryer, then do some styling with pink hot curlers or a pink straightener, depending on my chosen style. Of course I shouldn't forget my pink ribbon lipstick before I head out for the day.
In the office I need to use my pink breast cancer Sharpie and pink ribbon pens with my pink Post-it notes. I should definitely use a pink ribbon calculator, pink ribbon file folders, and pink ribbon pencils in my pink ribbon electric sharpener. Of course I already have a pink neoprene case for my laptop.
Stepping outside I can don my breast cancer awareness sunglasses on my way to pick up the kids from school or when going out to shop for even more pink ribbon products, including bathroom tissue for the cure, although fortunately that is not pink.
Next blog: Where do all the pink dollars go? Stay tuned for more information on where all the money goes. In the meantime, you can do much of your breast cancer shopping on Amazon without ever leaving home.