The Forum Shops at Caesars Thinks Pink

 
 
THE FORUM SHOPS AT CAESARS IS THINKING PINK

TENANTS AND THE FORUM SHOPS HELP TO RAISE MONEY 
FOR BREAST CANCER AWARENESS MONTH 

Every Simon Breast Cancer Awareness Gift Card Purchased Donates $1 to Susan G.
Komen Foundation. 
 
With one out of every eight women destined to be stricken with breast cancer at some point in their lives, it has become increasingly important to bring attention and raise money for the cause each October during Breast Cancer Awareness Month. This year, to help raise even more important funds, The Forum Shops is offering its exclusive Simon Pink Ribbon Gift Card for purchase. For every gift card purchased, one dollar is automatically donated to Komen For The Cure. Additionally, retailers throughout The Forum Shops are offering a variety of special products from crystal paper weights to polo shirts to a newly-published Marc Jacobs book – each aimed to support programs and organizations that promote early detection, education and research funding for breast cancer.
 
With the pink ribbon having become synonymous with the monthly awareness campaign, The Forum Shops is encouraging shoppers to wear pink when shopping during the month of October.  All guests and shoppers who show their support by wearing a pink item of clothing or accessory can come to either Concierge Centers all month long to receive a special VIP shopping booklet featuring a variety of exclusive offers and valuable discounts. Show off your strappy shocking pink sandals, pink tote bag, cotton-candy colored tank or any other favorite pink-fueled fashion and demonstrate that you support the fight against breast cancer.
 
For more information on breast cancer resources and breast health tips and to share your stories and support, visit The Forum Shops Facebook at facebook.com/ForumShops.
 

COUTURE COLLECTIONS ROSENTHAL CRYSTAL PAPER WEIGHT: Visit Couture Collections during the month of October and receive a Rosenthal Crystal heart-shaped pink paper weight* as a gift with purchase of $150 or more. A $35 value, while supply lasts. Limit one per customer.
 
 
 

SHANGHAI TANG “PINK RIBBON” POLO SHIRT: Limited edition “Pink Ribbon” polo shirt features embroidery of the Chinese character for power and the number “1”. The pink ribbon, a universal symbol for breast cancer awareness, is elegantly incorporated into the word “Pink”. A portion of the proceeds from the sale of this special edition polo shirt will be donated to the Breast Cancer Foundation in Singapore in support of their mission to eradicate breast cancer as a life-threatening disease.
 
 

THE WALKING COMPANY EXCLUSIVE COLLECTION: In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month, The Walking Company presents a collection of products including several exclusive items from many of the most recognized and sought after brands such as UGG Australia, Dansko, Ecco and Abeo. Join The Walking Company in the fight against breast cancer. Five percent of each purchase will be donated in support of City of Hope. 
 

TORY BURCH LIMITED EDITION EDDIE FLAT: In support of Breast Cancer Awareness month the Tory Burch has designed a limited edition fuchsia pink patent Eddie Ballet Flat. Tory Burch is donating 15% of this purchase to The Breast Cancer Research Foundation® up to a maximum donation of $15,000
 
 

BETTIE PAGE: Bettie Page would like to participate in raising Breast Cancer Awareness in October. There will be an in-store donation bank and gifts awarded for varying donation increments. Donations of $1 or more gets a pink ribbon $10 or more gets a pink hair flower (while supplies last).
 

THOMAS PINK: In recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness month, Thomas Pink is contributing 15% of the retail price* of each pair of Silver Ribbon Cufflinks sold to Susan G. Komen for the Cure®. *With a minimum guarantee of $5,000. Thomas Pink Silver Ribbon Cufflinks, $185
 
 
 
 

MARC JACOBS: Marc Jacobs International announces the publication of “The Men and Women of Marc Jacobs.” In recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness month, proceeds from the sale of the 300-page, self-published book will benefit the Susan Komen Foundation.

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