Wednesday, September 17, 2008

September is Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month - Get Involved with PureOlogy!

LPB is honored to announce that PureOlogy has partnered with the National Ovarian Cancer Coalition (NOCC) as the organization’s official haircare and styling partner. During September and October, PureOlogy will offer a Limited Edition Break the Silence Volume Booster kit which includes PureVolume Shampoo, and PureVolume Condition. Also included is our complimentary, tortoise shell style brush with NOCC’s signature teal color bristle pad. The box features information about the signs and symptoms of Ovarian Cancer to educate women about this disease.

Throughout 2008, NOCC and PureOlogy and will host 21 NOCC & PureOlogys Walks to Break the Silence on Ovarian Cancer around the U.S. with a national walk in September during Ovarian Cancer Awareness month taking place in Los Angeles, California. NOCC’s national spokeswoman, Eva LaRue of CSI: Miami, is scheduled to attend the national walk to help increase awareness of the work NOCC and PureOlogy are doing to educate women about the symptoms and risk factors for ovarian cancer.

Additionally, PureOlogy will be on-site at each walk, distributing travel-packs containing HydateShampoo®, HydrateCondition® and teal PureOlogy wristband, to walk participants.

Help Break the Silence on ovarian cancer! Participate in one of the upcoming 2008 fundraising walks in your area:
September 20 – Sacramento, CA

September 20 – Omaha, NE

September 20 – Long Island, NY

September 20 – Toledo, OH

September 21 – Boston, MA

September 21 – W. Orange, NJ

September 21 – Columbus, OH

September 27 – Cincinnati, OH

September 27 – Dallas, TX

September 27 – San Antonio, TX

The Limited Edition Break the Silence Volume Booster is available for $52 (help in the fight to cure Ovarian Cancer - PRICELESS).

Visit for NOCC & PureOlogy’s Walks to Break the Silence on Ovarian Cancer dates, locations, and registration information.

1 comment:

Carol said...

It is really great that NOCC and Purology are doing this. Information about the symptoms and risks of ovarian cancer needs to be disseminated to as many people as possible. But, could you have done the ad in teal instead of breast cancer pink?