05. 08. 2007
Belkin pink iPod nano cases support breast cancer research
Here's a scary statistic: 10 million women around the world could die from breast cancer in the next 25 years without a cure. How do we help? By funding ongoing cancer research, and the most direct way is by donating to the Susan Komen For the Cure.
Belkin International, Inc. just announced its new pink cases for the iPod nano, the Sport Armband and the "Hope" Remix Metal, with proceeds benefiting Susan G. Komen for the Cure. For each case sold, Belkin will donate 10 percent of the retail price to support Komen for the Cure (with a minimum donation of $100,000).
I'm picking up the sporty armband for my nano, at a reasonable $29.00. Made with unique “stitchless” construction that ensures long-lasting durability, it's comfortable to wear and, of course, is hand-washable as well.
Mark Reynoso, Senior VP of Sales and Marketing for Belkin, explained why they got involved:
“The cases not only celebrate the active lifestyles of women, but their empowerment and their strength. Studies have shown that exercise is a key component to fighting breast cancer. Our new cases for iPod help financially support the cause while promoting this healthy lifestyle.”
Check out the offerings at Belkin.