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It is time for you to join the global breast cancer movement and get involved in any way possible to help find a cure for Breast Cancer. At some point in your life you will either have a family member, friend, or a friend of a friend be impacted by breat cancer. Breast cancer not only affects women, but also does affect men. Yes, thats right, men are able to get breast cancer too. Check out this article: http://ww5.komen.org/BreastCancer/MaleBreastCancer.html?itc=lefthpban:143
There are mulitple ways for you to get involved to do your part to help find a cure:
- Buy Komen for the Cure products -ex. BUY A DEUCE BRAND PINK RIBBON WATCH! (email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information)
- Donate money to Komen for the Cure
- Do a Race for the Cure or a 3 day walk
- Throw a passionately Pink for the Cure Event to raise money!
For more information on each of the items listed above please visit: http://ww5.komen.org/GetInvolved/GetInvolved.html
Deuce Brand was featured on two Breast Cancer Awareness blogs today! Check them out:
* picture from http://www.uiaa.org
Congratulations to the 2010 NBA Champions – The Los Angeles Lakers! They defeated the Boston Celtics in Game 7! Kobe Bryant won his 5th NBA Title, and was named the Finals MV1 Ron Artest got his first championship ring! Check out the Championship Ring along with the Pink Ribbon Deuce Brand watch…very IMPRESSIVE! For more information on the Finals check out the Lakers official web site: http://www.nba.com/lakers/0910championssplash.html!
Deuce Brand has partnered with Komen for the Cure to help raise money to fight cancer. Our Pink Ribbon watch is available to order…please email email@example.com to order your watch today! Deuce Brand is committed to raise $25,000 for the fight against cancer! Please support us by buying watches for everybody that you know! Every Wednesday, Deuce Brand will give cancer fighting tips to help you be informed on how to avoid cancer until there is a cure!
You already know that exercise helps reduce your chances of heart disease, high blood pressure and diabetes. It also helps you lose weight, sleep better and feel better. But, what about the effect of exercise on breast cancer? While it’s not officially proven to reduce the risk of breast cancer, some studies show that exercise can offer some protection. Some studies suggest that exercise can reduce the risk of breast cancer in women and experts believe this is because exercise lowers a woman’s ongoing exposure to estrogen, which is believed to contribute to cancer growth.
The interesting thing is that exercise and weight control may work together in preventing breast cancer. Dr. Anne McTiernan, an internist at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle, found that the women in her study who exercised the most had a 22% decreased risk of breast cancer.
While some studies have found a positive relationship between exercise and breast cancer, others have found no relationship at all. Either way, exercise is important for staying healthy and, when it comes to recovering from breast cancer, that’s when exercise really becomes important.
*information taken from article at http://exercise.about.com/od/healthinjuries/a/breastcancer.htm
The Boston Celtics rookie forward Tony Gaffney is seen here wearing his white Deuce Brand watch. He was interviewed through ESPN. To see the full interview check out the following link : http://espn.go.com/blog/truehoop/post/_/id/16681/a-celtics-shrine-to-his-current-employer
Deuce Brand wishes Tony luck during the current 2010 NBA Finals vs. the Los Angeles Lakers! Check out the highlight video of Tony below!
Deuce Brand recently participated in the Teva Mountain Games in Vail, Colorado! http://www.tevamountaingames.com/?page_id=183. Mia Thompson was sponsered by Deuce Brand, and she had an amazing Mud Run: “the Teva mountain games Mud Run was a Blast, And I Love my Deuce Watch! Still running after going through the Mud!” Check out the pics of Mia before and after the race!