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Think pink this October

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MAGLITE, Victorinox and Sigg are turning pink for Breast Cancer Campaign month this October and are donating £1 from every sale to aid breast cancer research.

Breast Cancer Campaign specialises in funding independent breast cancer research throughout the UK and, through partnerships, the important messages can be communicated using popular, eye-catching products.

Sigg is supporting the campaign with the sale of their exclusively designed pink lightweight aluminium bottle. Around the neck of each bottle hangs a tear-off collar with useful advice on how to be breast aware. Also available in pink is a dinky Maglite solitaire keyring torch, a Classic Victorinox Swiss Army Knife and a credit card sized Victorinox Swiss Card complete with tweezers, scissors and nail file amongst numerous other handy tools. Each item retails at £14.99 and can be bought at www.breastcancercampaign.org or, to find your nearest high street stockist, call 0116 234 4646.

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