Celebrate in Pink Review and Giveaway


When my mother was diagnosed with a rare form of breast cancer in 2003 it sent our families world spinning. Nearly 7 years later, she remains a fighter...a survivor. Her diagnosis was one of the main reasons I decided to specialize in Oncology Nursing. Every year we take part in and raise funds for cancer research. Our relay team usually sells handmade jewelry, sell used books, and make fruit smoothies. I make and sell a bracelet called "Beading the Odds" to help meet our team goal each year. I found an awesome survivor owned business that can help make your fundraiser event even more memorable, Celebrate in Pink .

Celebrate in Pink is the only provider of Pink Ribbon celebration ware. Whether you're hosting a fundraiser event or throwing a celebration of life, Celebrate in Pink has something to offer. Celebrate in Pink offers an exclusive line of pink ribbon table ware, celebration fundraising baskets, gift baskets, stationary, and t-shirts. Their party ware is available in several different package size and are affordable. Party package prices range from $13.50-$29.50.

Celebrate in Pink's mission statement reads,
"Every three minutes one of our mothers, daughters, sisters, and friends are diagnosed with breast cancer. This can be financially devastating for families, even those with health care. We are committed to helping these women who so desperately need a voice. Our products are created out of love and admiration for them; the real heroes who fight everyday for their lives. Help us make a difference, a portion of our profits are donated to help these families."



Buy It: Visit Celebrate in Pink and order your supplies for your upcoming fundraiser, celebration of life, or milestone party. Enter the code SAVEME15 to get 15% off your purchase!

Win It: Celebrate in Pink is offering one of my readers their choice between the "Full Monty" party ware set or the "Save the Girls" T-shirt for free. Leave me a comment telling me your fundraiser idea in which you would use Celebrate in Pink's products.

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Please leave a separate comment for all that you do to ensure you get all possible entries! Remember to include your email address on your comment! Contest ends 5/2/2010 at 10pm EST

Sorry, Open to residents of the US Only

Contest Closed. Congratulations to Lily K. (Comment #45) for winning the Celebrate in Pink Giveaway!  

Disclaimer: This was not a paid post. Honest opinions were used. The opinions are solely my own and may vary from others. Thank you to Celebrate in Pink who supplied the products for the review and giveaway.
Sarah

50 comments:

Annette D said...

My sister and I are planning on walking in a fundraiser for Breast Cancer. I think it would be great to have an after the walk party and "celebrate in Pink"!
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Annette D said...

I am following via Google Friend Connect
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mogrill said...

A bakesale selling pink cupcakes!
Thanks for the chance.
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Julie said...

I am planning on doing the 3-day walk for breast cancer - would LOVE to sport the t-shirt!
juliecampbell@kidslovespanish.com

Sarah Lynne said...

My Grandmother is celebrating one year Breast Cancer Free May 15th. We are going to throw her a party. These would be great for that!!

sarahcoulsey03 at gmail dot com

Sarah Lynne said...

I am a facebook fan

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Sarah Lynne said...

I follow celebrate on twitter

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Nicole said...

My fundraising idea would be to host an silent auction with products designated to women and health awarness.My favorite fundraiser I have ever been too was a luncheon where you had to fill your purse with household items to win prizes! Example: Who has a safety pin? first person to pull it out and run up to the table wins a prize. Also Meal shoots, playing bingo to win a dinner or breakfest at the private club/family center I belong too!

Nicole said...

i follow you on Facebook!
Thanks
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Jen said...

I could get a bunch of girls together and we could do a donation garage sale/coffee party!!! It would be fun for us and it would benifit others!

Desiree said...

A bake sale! All that cute partyware would surely help it sell more!

Desi
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Desiree said...

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Trina said...

I would love to work with a local clothing store and do a fashion show and tea with all funds benefiting a friend of mine who is participating in the three day.
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Secret Life of a WAHM said...

I walk in several breast cancer fundraiser walks a year. This would be a great shirt to wear

Julie said...

My mom and first cousin are breast cancer survivors-each year I participate in a walk to raise funds.
I would love to have the t-shirt

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Julie said...

follow your blog

thanks for the giveaway

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Julie said...

FB fan of Celebrate in Pink-Julie A Scott Laws

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giggling kids said...

There products would be great to have a party after the Rely For Life walk!
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karen said...

I don't personally have any family members that have been stricken with cancer. I do, however, have several friends who have lost loved ones to this disease. We need to find a cure ASAP. Thanks.

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josephanewby said...

We are doing relay for life in Central Oregon in June. I would use it there.

blueviolet said...

I think a bake sale would be a really fun way to do a fundraiser!
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sarbear3490 said...

My fundraiser idea would be a pink themed bake sale!

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sarbear3490 said...

I follow Celebrate in Pink on Twitter. sn: sarbear3490

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sarbear3490 said...

I'm a fan of Celebrate in Pink on Facebook. FB name: Sarah Urick

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sarbear3490 said...

I'm a member of the Celebrate in Pink mailing list.

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sarbear3490 said...

I follow this blog on GoogleFriendConnect. sn: sarbear3490

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purango said...

Pretty in Pink products would be great for a silent auction to raise funds for breast cancer research and for honoring survivors. garrettsambo@aol.com

lilyk said...

I follow Celebrate in Pink on Facebook.

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lilyk said...

I signed up for the Celebrate in Pink mailing list.

lilyk@mail2world.com

missrantsypants said...

We do the annual walk for a cure around here, and the plates would be great to serve food and refreshments.



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