Oct 15, 2012 – TORONTO /TrishStratus.com/ –
Trish Stratus wants to help kick cancer out of the Stratusphere! October is breast cancer awareness month and in support of raising funds and awarenss for breast cancer research, Trish Stratus and her brands are going pink! Stratus kicks off a number of fundraising initiatives with her lifestyle brand and at her yoga studio in Vaughan. Starting next week, Stratusphere Yoga Studio will be offering donation-based classes. All classes, all week will be only $10 and 100% of the funds raised will be going to the CBCF. Stratusphere Living has jumped onboard as well and will be donating $5 from the sale of every copy of Trish Stratus’ Stratusphere Yoga DVD or FitGloves sold at the studio.
Stratusphere joins a multitude of corporate and community partners who raise funds for the Foundation so they may continue to funding vital research, education and awareness programs and improving the quality of life for those affected by breast cancer. By donating to the Foundation, you are joining a national movement dedicated to creating a future without breast cancer.
Trish shares 5 ways to help kick cancer out of the Stratusphere:
1. Pink Week: Oct 22-28
Take a yoga class at Stratusphere Yoga Studio. Choose from over 50 classes at all different levels from spirit (beginner) to strength (advanced), including hot yoga, kickboxing, zumba, prenatal, pilates and more!
All classes are $10; 100% of individual class sales collected between Oct 22-28 will be donated to the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation. Visit StratusphereYoga.com
2. Stratusphere Pink
Drawing from her diverse fitness background, Trish Stratus has developed a lineup of products that embody her personal philosophy of achieving wellness through balanced living. Each product in the Stratusphere Living line is personally developed by Trish.
Stratusphere Yoga DVD $19.99 & FitGloves $24.99; $5 from each sale in studio before Oct 31 will be donated to the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation.
3. Lace Up for the Cure
New Balance 860 running shoes were created for the New Balance Lace Up for the Cure collection. Available at newbalance.ca
New Balance 860 are $140; New Balance Canada donates 15 percent of the collection’s net sales to the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation.
4. Fishing for a Cure
Every product designed by FisherGirl takes into consideration that female anglers are looking for a product that is both functional and stylish. Their fishing rods are ergonomically designed to have a smaller handle to better fit women’s hands and specially engineered to be lightweight, making them easier to maneuver. All the products in the FisherGirl lineup are pink to show its support of breast cancer research. Available at FisherGirl.com
All products including cool combos like Survival Rod & Kit: Special Edition $79.99 & Hot PINK deal (rod/reel combo, line, cap) $39.99; 5% of the company’s profits are donated to various foundations and research groups across North America.
5. Stratusphere Pink at TrishStratus.com
TrishStratus.com is the official website for Trish Stratus and the home of Stratusphere Shop. It is also the official online retailer for Stratus’ lifestyle brand, Stratusphere Living.
Every donation in $10 increments will be awarded entry into a draw to win a Stratusphere prize pack; All of the net proceeds will be donated to the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation.
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About the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation
For over 25 years, the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation has been at the forefront of a nation-wide movement to raise awareness and mobilize action on breast cancer. Today, the Foundation is the leading organization in Canada dedicated to creating a future without breast cancer. Since 1986, from coast to coast, we have invested over $274 million to fund vital research and community health grants that have led progress in breast cancer prevention, diagnosis, treatment and care. Visit cbcf.org for more information.
• Trish in pink