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win a Day-Timer office organization prize pack for breast cancer awareness month

daytimer giveaway win a Day Timer office organization prize pack for breast cancer awareness month

Unless you’ve been living under a rock or accessing the web via 56k dial-up, you’ve heard October is breast cancer awareness month. We love seeing what new office products will be rolled out in pink each year, and the fact that they’re for a good cause is really icing on the cake. We’ve rounded up our favorite special pink products in our marketplace – don’t forget to take a peek!

DayTimerPinkRibbon v1 win a Day Timer office organization prize pack for breast cancer awareness month

In honor of breast cancer awareness, our weekly giveaway comes from Day-Timer, who have put together a fantastic line of pink products. The contest prize will be a bundle of pink goodies, including a leather binder and journal, an assortment of calendars, a memo center, and more! The prizes are all bundled up in Day-Timer’s signature pink microfiber tote.  The total value for this prize pack is nearly $250!

DayTimerPinkRibbon v2 win a Day Timer office organization prize pack for breast cancer awareness month

If you’d like to win (nearly) everything you’ll need to get organized in 2011 and show your support for BCA at the same time, leave a comment on this post. Tell us how you’ve shown (or plan to show) your support for BCA in October.

Yes, you can receive extra entries:

  1. Creating a post on your blog linking to either our BCA page or blog post (this one is worth  5 ADDITIONAL entries! )
  2. Become a Shoplet.com fan on Facebook!
  3. Follow @shoplet and post tweet about your support for #BCAM
  4. Link us a photo of your support for BCA.
  5. Subscribe to our blog through Feedburner.

Drawing will be held Friday, October 29th! US entries only, please. Finally, don’t forget to tell us what you’ve done for your extra entries!

245 Responses to win a Day-Timer office organization prize pack for breast cancer awareness month

  1. Trecia says:

    I became a fan on facebook AND I subscribed to your blog.
    I have two cousins – they are sisters- battling breast cancer. My prayers go to those who can find a cure. Let’s pray that one day this will be curable.

  2. Jenny says:

    I wear pink as much as possible. It’s my favorite color so it works!! I bought my best friend a save the tatas shirt with proceeds going to the breast cancer research foundation.

  3. Nisse Lowery says:

    I always purchase PINK items whenever possible. I talk to my children about breast and prostate health for both of my daughters and my son and taught them the importance of self examination. I show my support at cancer awareness functions and donate, whenever I can, to cancer awareness causes.

  4. Debbie says:

    Now a Shoplet fan on facebook. Have several different pins and accessories that I have purchased to support BCA, and try to have one on me everyday.

  5. Katie says:

    During the month of October, I have been buying one item each week. That contributes some of my purchase money to the Susan komen foundation, I try to make each dollar count, in such a hard economic time it’s difficult for many people to donate, so i try to make every effort I can!

  6. mike rascio says:

    great place to shop, great prices, & they ship very, very fast. can’t lose by shopping at shoplet.

    take care

    mioke rascio

  7. MERCEDES says:

    I AM A BREAST CANCER SURVIVOR FOR 6yr NOW! I WAS IN MY EARLT 30′S, I ENCOURAGE EVERY WOMEN TO GET CHECKED. I HOPE WE FIND A CURE SOON ALOT OF GRANDMOTHERS,MOMS. SISTERS, DAUGHTERS,AUNTS ARE MISSED BY THE LOVE ONES THAT ARE LEFT WITHOUT THEM:(

  8. Rebecca Davis says:

    My mother was just diagnosed with Breast CA, so I’m trying to use the products that support Breast CA research, I’m going pink. Also, found out I have the genetic markers for Breast CA, and just had a biopsy myself, so I want to stay with products that support CA research

  9. Paula C. says:

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    The time has come and the 2010 Pink Power Mom Winners have been selected! Thank you to everyone who shared and submitted their stories about their Pink Power Mom to Babymommablog and to http://www.pinkpowermom.com! Please visit http://www.pinkpowermom.com to see the 2010 Pink Power Mom Award Winners! Each one of these extraordinary women has touched the lives of their families and communities.

    My mother has raised 4 children and continues to raise 3 grandchildren. Back in 2003 her doctor told her that she had a lump in her left breast, when she told us kids about it, of course we were afraid for her, but she tried to tell us that it was probably nothing to worry about. The doctor scheduled her for a biopsy, and we all were waiting until after it was done to go into her room to see her. We ask her, well, mom, is everything ok? What did the doctor tell you? She looked at us and told us that it was cancer, so he removed my breast and some of my lympnodes. I remember being so sad and feeling really bad for her, while wondering at the same time…Did he get it all…Has it spread? But while my mom was lying there, she looked at us and said…awww it will be ok, don’t worry about me, I’ll just get a falsie.. LOL! She is a very brave woman, if she was sad or depressed, she never let us know it. My mom is cancer free and I thank GOD above that I still have her in my life!! I show my support by collecting tabs from soda cans, from my family, neighbors and friends, and donating them to my local cancer center and reminding everyone that I know, the importance of a breast exam. Thank you, Paula C.

  10. Carol W. says:

    I show my support by donating time and money to an organization that is active in breast cancer research.

  11. Amanda says:

    I had the amazing opportunity to help a local team of 3 ladies walking in the Susan G. Komen 3-Day for the cure event in Atlanta with their fundraising activities! Such a wonderful cause! Thanks for the great giveaway, Amanda
    strawberryshimmer (at) gmail (dot) com

  12. Bobbi says:

    I show support by wearing pink, using accessories and donation products, posting information in our newsletter, encouraging women I know who have had or are battling breast cancer.

  13. Judi Wentz says:

    I love your company! Not only are your prices great, but your website is funny. This month, I’ve been wearing a huge pink bracelet, made from Hawaiian nuts/beads painted and strung together complete with a big pink ribbon bow. Everyone notices it, giving me the chance to point out it’s breast cancer awareness month. Of course, I also donate money when I can and I buy pink products–just finished a Yoplait yogurt with a pink lid.

  14. Megan W. says:

    For Breast Cancer Awareness month I’ve been spreading awareness through my facebook statuses and in posting things around my room for my roommates to see.

  15. Amy H. says:

    I buy anything and everything that is pink to support breast cancer awareness. Even my children will tell my husband, “We need to get that for Mommy cuz it’s pink!” I want everyone to take action against the fight against breast cancer…and to win this battle once and for all.

  16. Sue H says:

    I took my friend to her chemo treatment and sat with her.
    I donate to cancer research. Yearly mammograms are part of my fight against cancer and I urge all friends and aquaintances to do the same.

  17. Karen Stubbs says:

    I walk for our area Susan G. Komen 3-Day for the cure event, dontate money every year through our office charity drive, The one of the most import thing i do is to get check and make sure all my friends and family has there year check up.

  18. Lisa says:

    I love the black bag with the pink accents…we’re wearing pink on Friday to show our support. (Normally we wear red to support the troops! But, they’ll understand :-)

  19. Trena says:

    Thanks for sharing another way of caring for those who are affected by breast cancer…that’s
    EVERYONE, because we all have (or had) a mother, who was a sister, daughter, friend or spouse…loved ones are loved by all!

  20. Charee says:

    I support Breast cancer every chance I get; my mother has had breast cancer for 2 years now. She is in stag 4 but with the experimental drug she is taking it has actually stopped spreading :)

  21. Kim A says:

    I, along with my youngest son and husband, walked again in the Race for the Cure this year for the four women in our lives, who have fought and who are currently fighting breast cancer! My son (who is 10) and I are also wearing pink ribbon shoelaces in our shoes for the entire month of October.

  22. Darlene J says:

    I have raised money for Breast Cancer research. Participated in the
    ” Making Strides Against Breast Cancer” 5k walk sponsored by America
    Cancer Society. I volunteer for “the BREAST PROJECT” doing door to
    door outreach providing free breast services within the city
    and resources.