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Damart pink vest raises £20,000 for Breast Cancer Campaign

Howard Lake | 3 April 2006 | News

Yorkshire-based Damart has raised £20,000 for Breast Cancer Campaign (BCC) with sales of a limited edition Pink Vest designed especially to help raise awareness of the charity.

The thermal vest was designed by Damart’s in-house team and incorporated the international pink ribbon symbol for breast awareness. The company hope to repeat the success with a brand new design for 2006’s campaign.

Damart has supported Breast Cancer Campaign for three years, their links strengthened by the majority of Damart’s customer base being women.

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