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Autism Awareness Month

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From an acorn to a mighty oak

A lot of my day is spend discussing the dreams, goals, and the passions of my customers. Lapel pins are not a product like pencils, printer paper or file folders. They aren’t a necessity per say. When someone calls me … Continue reading

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Cancer Awareness – Who Knew that Ribbons could Help Save Lives?

Nearly every family is touched by cancer in some way. Roughly half of all men and a third of all women will be diagnosed with cancer at some point in their lives and, for those not directly impacted, there will … Continue reading

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Tips For Planning The Best Awareness and Charity Campaign

Tips For Planning The Best Awareness and Charity Campaign Do you want to do something to help a cause that you feel passionate about? If so, you aren’t alone. According to a study done by The Nonprofit Almanac and CNN, … Continue reading

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To Ice or Not to Ice?

Love it or hate it, the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge has had a big impact not only on the ALS community and the research that is being done to help alleviate and eventually eradicate the disease, but also on how … Continue reading

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August Is Cataract Awareness Month

Cataracts effect roughly 50% of Americans who are at or older than 80 years old. One in two! Facts like that are equal parts startling and even a little bit comforting to know. Startling because that implies that roughly 150 … Continue reading

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Understanding Cataracts

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Summertime… and the living (can be) easy

A diagnosis of cancer is devastating. It’s also most of the time a complete surprise. Cancer runs in most families, in some form or another, so the possibility is there for most of us at some point in our lives, … Continue reading

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4 Perfect Pins for Men’s Health Week

Men’s Health Week is June 9-15, 2014 and it’s the perfect time to think about what you (or the man in your life) is doing to keep healthy. It’s also a good time to show off your support of men’s … Continue reading

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4 Ways to Show Support when a Loved One Has Brain Cancer

Cancer is one of the world’s most powerful, deadly diseases. Of course, you hope a loved one is never diagnosed with any form of cancer; however, with over 12 million Americans living with some form of the disease, the chances … Continue reading

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