Breast Cancer Awareness Pin

Breast Cancer Awareness Pin

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Breast Cancer Awareness Pin
$8.95 $6.95
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Made in USA:
Dimensions: L X W X H (Inches):
0.5 X 0.5 X 1
None of our products are intended to be used by children. The small parts and makeup of our products is not intended for those 13 and under. uses many different materials including lead-free pewter, zinc, copper, aluminum, nickel, brass, and others. Due to the custom nature of our work and the wide variety of finishing techniques employed in producing our products we can not economically test each individual product for compliance with prop 65. Therefore we choose to place Prop 65 warnings on all our products when shipping to California.

Warning: Cancer and reproductive harm.
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    Thank You

    Posted by Colleen on Feb 12th 2008

    Unfortunately my cousin lost her battle to breast cancer on New Year??s Eve of 2007. I ordered 75 breast cancer awareness pins to hand out to family and friends at the funeral. Her husband also had the same idea and he had located 200 pins, which he handed out at the visitation. In memory of my cousin, family and friends wore the pins at her funeral & visitation. Due to the size of the funeral, we actually ran out of them. It was a nice tribute to someone who had fought so hard again this disease.
    Since I had a limited time to get the pins to me, I was very impressed with the staff. They made sure that the merchandise was shipped the day that they were ordered. I received the merchandise when I was expecting it and in great condition.

  • 5

    Posted by Rebecca "KiTTy" Maeshack on Nov 19th 2007

    I am The Founder of "The Sisterhood of Lady Riders" and I am hosting a Breast cancer Awareness Motorcycle Run on Nov 25, 07 and I ordered pin for the first 20 riders. The prices are great as well as the service. Besides this ordered I have placed a number of orders. For all my pin needs I always come back to StockPins!

  • 5
    Cancer Walk

    Posted by Larry on Feb 26th 2007

    Where I work we had teams of employees who were taking part in a cancer walk to cure Breast Cancer, and I volunteered to sit at a table in the cafeteria on first and second shift and collect donations, and sponsorships. Anyone that gave a donation of $10 dollars or more, I sent them a
    thank you card with a surprise Pink lapel pin on it. The following week you could see a lot of people wearing them to work.