Chicago Pneumatic Goes Pink to Fight Breast Cancer
Chicago Pneumatic is offering its ultra-compact CP7732C ½-inch composite impact wrench in a limited-edition pink color, with a portion of sale proceeds being donated to breast cancer research and education.
The tool release coincides with October’s international breast cancer awareness month activities, and nationwide Komen Race for the Cure events.
“It’s staggering when we consider all that can be done when we come together as individuals, as a company, and as a community,” says Chicago Pneumatic General Manager Mark Johnson. “To channel those efforts toward a cause that impacts so many people, friends, and family… that’s a very powerful thing.”
Chicago Pneumatic is also planning an interactive breast cancer awareness and memorial activity for its booth at the upcoming Specialty Equipment Marketers Association (SEMA) Show in Las Vegas this November. Chicago Pneumatic will make an additional donation to breast cancer research for every participant in the soon-to-be announced activity.
Over their lifetime, one in eight women and one in 100 men will be diagnosed with breast cancer. Early detection is critical in surviving breast cancer. That’s why community education and promoting breast health exams are so important in the fight to beat breast cancer.
A Chicago Pneumatic team will again participate and fundraise in the Komen Race for the Cure in Charlotte on Saturday, October 5.
SEMA Show exhibitors and attendees can participate with Chicago Pneumatic’s interactive breast cancer support display at booth number 10104 in the North Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center.