Posted 15th April

Merlyn unveils 'Just a reminder…’ campaign with the Pink Ribbon Foundation

15th April 2019 - 15:00pm
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Shower enclosure company Merlyn is delighted to be working with renowned breast cancer grant-making trust the Pink Ribbon Foundation in a partnership set to raise awareness and funds that will ultimately save lives.

While showering is considered as one of the very best times for breasts to be checked for lumps, abnormalities and changes, in reality regular checking is usually forgotten or overlooked.
Merlyn is initiating the “Just a reminder…” campaign to “harness the positive power that a daily shower can have in our lives”.

The instantly recognisable Pink Ribbon symbol will be displayed on enclosures and accompanied by point of sale material and information in Merlyn’s bid to get the message across.

The company is also supporting the Pink Ribbon Foundation financially by organising and taking part in a series of fund-raising events. Merlyn CEO Charlie Soden said: “We are privileged to support such a cause.”


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