Our promotional models were elated to be ambassadors for such a great annual fundraiser as National Denim Day. National Denim Day started in May of 1997 by CURE Foundation raising funds for Breast Cancer research. Every year the event is held on the Tuesday following Mother’s Day.
All businesses, organizations and institutions across Canada are encouraged to allow their employees, members and/or students to wear denim on the day and receive CURE’s ‘pink flower’ ribbon in exchange for a suggested donation of $5.00. The CURE Foundation also welcomes matching donations from corporations who wish to support their employees’ contributions to the fight against breast cancer. According to the Canadian Cancer Society, an estimated 24,400 new cases of breast cancer were diagnosed in women, 210 new cases in men, and 5,060 persons died of this disease in 2014. Our client had this to say about our promotional models, “The ladies were superb. They were very outgoing, enthusiastic and eager about our event, exactly what I was looking for. I have been quite pleased with your promotional models I have had the opportunity to work with thus far.”
Our brand ambassadors and entire team were more than happy to take part in promoting such a great initiative, with over $1,293,801.18 raised so far! To take part in next years National Denim Day check out www.curefoundation.com and join in the fight against Breast Cancer! Save lives – donate $5.00 and wear denim, it’s that simple to help make a difference.