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Company C to Launch Breast Cancer Benefit

In addition to new product at the upcoming High Point Furniture Market, Concord, N.H.-based Company C will launch a campaign to benefit the Pretty In Pink Foundation.

PIPF is a North Carolina-based breast cancer organization that offers uninsured and underinsured breast cancer patients financial assistance. 

A photo booth will be set up on the mezzanine level of the Suites at Market Square. Participants should share their images and immediately post them to Instagram, FB or Twitter with the hashtag #ccinpink. Company C will donate $1 to the Pretty In Pink Foundation for every post with that hashtag.

According to Christine Chapin, co-founder and colorful living officer of Company C, the overarching theme of its 2015 collection is “Breathtaking” and it features brightly colored hues and original designs that derive inspiration from the patterns and shapes of nature, beach resorts, the blues of the ocean and travel to exotic destinations.

“We are equally committed and excited to be fundraising for PIPF and to be giving back to the local community which we have been part of for over 15 years,” Chapin said.

“We are so pleased to be working with Company C to raise awareness about the Pretty In Pink Foundation in the High Point, N.C., area," Penny Lauricella, the executive director of the Pretty In Pink Foundation said. "All funds raised by Company C at their event in October will remain in Guilford, Randolph, Davidson and Forsyth counties to help those North Carolinians in need of quality, life-saving medical treatment for breast cancer--regardless of their ability to pay.”

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