Posted 13th August

Omega Plc supports Breast Cancer Now with pink kitchen campaign

13th August 2019 - 13:41pm
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Kitchen manufacturer Omega Plc is showing its support for Breast Cancer Now with a six-month “wear it pink” kitchen campaign, following the recent launch of the company’s new blush pink kitchen range, pictured.

Omega said it will be making a donation of £100 for every blush pink kitchen sold – or any kitchen that includes at least four pink cabinets – between July and December 2019. The final donation will be made in January next year.

“We’re supporting Breast Cancer Now’s wear it pink campaign because many of our customers, consumers and employees have been affected by the heartbreak of breast cancer,” said Omega Plc retail sales and marketing director Andrew North.

“As well as the donations from sales of our pink kitchens and individual units, Omega will also be hosting a range of activities in October to support Breast Cancer Awareness Month including all our employees being encouraged to wear it pink on 18th October and factory staff donning pink high vis health and safety vests. All company websites and screens will also be re-branded and turn pink on that day.”

North added: “Our employees have given the campaign a really enthusiastic response and are keen to get involved with additional fund-raising activities from bake-offs and raffles to one member of staff cycling to Amsterdam!”

Breast Cancer Now mass participation head Lottie Barnden said: “We want to send a heartfelt thank you to Omega Kitchens for their enthusiasm and support. We hope your wear it pink event will be fantastic fun, whilst raising vital funds for breast cancer research and support.”


Find out more:

wearitpink.org


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