AL Thompson’s Thinks Pink

| 15/10/2008

(CNS): One local business is doing its part to fight a killer disease in the Cayman Islands. AL Thompson’s is selling specially designed and produced t-shirts, decorated with a pink ribbon logo above the words “Beat Breast Cancer”, that were created to assist the Lions Club of Tropical Gardens and the Cayman Islands Cancer Society (CICS) during Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

According to a release from the store, the black, all-cotton shirts are not only worn by the women of AL Thompson’s during October but also are available for purchase so that the public can assist as well. Selling the shirts for only $15, AL Thompson’s will donate 50 percent of that purchase price to CICS, and the purchaser gets the opportunity to enter a drawing to win a lovely crystal rose bowl.

“Our customers have responded to this effort with interest and great support, so much so that even if they do not purchase a t-shirt, they are opting to donate funds to the cause. We are very pleased with the enthusiastic response and look forward to presenting a handsome check to CICS in early November,” noted Patricia Anne Rice, Creative Director.

To view and purchase these unique shirts and enter the drawing, you may visit AL Thompson’s in George Town or Savannah.


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