Classic Checks supports NBCF with Ribbon of Hope Bears
on: October 22, 2008, 5:00 am
Release Author: Stephanie Demetriou/Classic
Release Summary: Joppa, MD October 2, 2008—Classic Checks
helps support the National Breast Cancer Foundation with the release
of the new Ribbon of Hope Bears. Each bear is wearing a white
t-shirt that features the pink breast cancer awareness ribbon.
Release Body: Classic Checks is known for check
designs that support charitable organizations and meaningful causes.
Whether consumers support Defenders of Wildlife or The
Lupus Foundation of America, Classic Checks
provides beautiful personal checks to support wonderful foundations.
The Ribbon of Hope Bears will be an outstanding addition to the
existing product line and a cheerful way to help prevent breast
National Breast Cancer Foundation’s mission is
to save lives through increased awareness of breast cancer and
its signs and effects. By providing mammograms to those in need
and spreading educational tools, The NBCF has
made many patients become survivors. Through relationships with
medical and research organizations as well as with individuals
and communities, NBCF has raised money to help
find treatments and research a cure for breast cancer. The
NBCF provides the strength and will to win the tragic
battle with breast cancer.
Checks has proudly support The National Breast
Cancer Foundation since 2004, offering the Ribbon of
Hope personal checks and accessories. The new Ribbon of Hope Bears
are an excellent addition to the current product line, offering
customers another way to support such an important mission. The
bears stand approximately eleven inches tall and come dressed
in a white T-shirt featuring the pink breast cancer awareness
1995, Classic Checks has been helping consumers support charitable
causes. By offering beautiful check designs, Classic Checks helps
consumers spread the word about their favorite organizations.
Visit Classic Checks’ website to see which foundation you
Details: 1802 Fashion Court
Joppa, MD 21085
410-679-3300 ext. 2453