Tervis turns pink, positive and practical
Casual Living Staff -- Casual Living, September 27, 2010
Tervis will donate 10% of its pink ribbon tumbler sales to breast cancer research during the month of October.
Recognized as the universal symbol for breast cancer awareness, the pink ribbon signifies hope. Its' optimistic color shines through beautifully in the glass-like clarity of a Tervis tumbler.
Tervis prides itself on its collection of insulated tumblers featuring various pink ribbon designs. Since 2007, Tervis has been an avid supporter of breast cancer research through donating more than $60,000.
The collection of pink ribbon tumblers are part of a year-round program for Tervis. Tervis donates 5% of these sales to help find a cure for breast cancer. This year, however, Tervis will be donating 10% of pink ribbon tumbler sales during the entire month of October to breast cancer research.
"Making a positive difference is a part of the Tervis culture," said President and CEO Laura Spencer. "It is important to support the community in this fight and help support the effort to reduce the numbers of individuals who are impacted every day."
Tervis encourages everyone to join in the effort to raise awareness for breast cancer research. The pink ribbon tumblers are a simple way to proudly display your support of the fight against breast cancer.
Virtually unbreakable and backed by a lifetime guarantee, these on-the-go cups keep hot drinks hot and cold drinks cold. Available at www.Tervis.com, five Tervis store locations and 6,000 retailers nationwide including Bed, Bath & Beyond.
For additional information about Tervis Tumbler, www.tervis.com.