Bioflow, the leading manufacturer of magnetic therapy products worldwide has signed a two year fundraising partnership with the Pink Ribbon Foundation, ahead of Breast Cancer Awareness month in October.
Part of the partnership sees Bioflow launch a dedicated pink Sport Flex Magnetic Therapy wristband, sales of which will raise money for the Pink Ribbon Foundation.
The Pink Ribbon wristband will retail at £30 with Bioflow committing 10% of sales of all Bioflow Pink Ribbon bands to the Pink Ribbon Foundation. Money raised will support further investment into important care and support for breast cancer patients, their families and carers.
Sporting fan and Bioflow ambassador, England cricket hero Jonny Bairstow will be supporting the partnership with the Pink Ribbon Foundation, alongside professional golfers Minjee Lee, Scott Jamieson, Lee Westwood, Lucas Herbert and Alex Marshall who also wear and will support the sale of the bands. Richard Corsie, MD, Bioflow, said.
“We are very pleased to partner with the Pink Ribbon Foundation and play a small part in their tremendous efforts to increase breast cancer awareness. Forging links with charities and organisations that share common values and concerns will be part of our business strategy moving forward. We hope our initiative can help further their important work over the next two years through fundraising.” Corsie concluded.
For those looking to support Breast Cancer Awareness Month – Bioflow’s Pink Ribbon wristband is available on line at www.bioflow.com/uk