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Posted by on Nov 6, 2013 in Articles, Business Resources, Caring & Sharing | 0 comments

Vaporifics Presents Check to Light It Pink Paris

On Wednesday November 6th, 2013 Vaporifics of Paris, Texas showed their support in the fight against breast cancer by contributing nearly 3, 000 dollars to Light It Pink Paris. 2 checks were passed from owner Kathy Shadwell to Coordinators Melissa Valdes & Allison Barnhill. For the entire month of October, 2013, Vaporifics of Paris, Texas has been lending a hand to “Light It Pink Paris” by banking a portion of their sales of E-Juice to aid in this amazing endeavor. Much needed funds were raised throughout the month totaling $2,969.50. That is 3,939 bottles! Light It Pink Paris assists women with breast cancer that cannot afford prosthetic equipment or mammograms and is a blessing to many indigent people that are sick. The charity really hit home says Kathy Shadwell.”My sister  in-law (Susan Tidwell) was diagnosed recently with breast cancer and we are proud to support the cause”. As an added bonus the “Bridge Breast Network” pledged to double Light It Pink Paris’ total raised for the year which was $7,469.50 making a grand total of  $14,938.00! The best part is that these funds stay in Lamar County. We applaud everyone involved in coming together for Light It Pink Paris especially Vaporifics as they were the biggest contributor this year. We look forward to October 2014 as Light It Pink Paris pushes on for the cause.





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