(MIAMI) – September 20, 2011– iRenew wellness bracelets introduces its pink breast cancer bracelet in honor of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month with 15 percent of the bracelet’s proceeds going to the 26.2 with Donna National Marathon to Finish Breast Cancer.
“As the only marathon in the country that sends 100 percent of its proceeds and raised funds to breast cancer research and care, we couldn’t be prouder of all that’s been accomplished in our first four years,” said Donna Deegan, Founder and Event Chair of 26.2 with Donna Finish Breast Cancer. “All of the proceeds of the marathon go directly to breast cancer research at Mayo Clinc and to women living with breast cancer through The Donna Foundation.”
The iRenew Breast Cancer Bracelet includes the pink breast cancer ribbon logo known as the symbol for National Breast Cancer Awareness Month and is decorated in a combination of pink and white. As a wellness bracelet recognized for its enhancement towards an active and healthy lifestyle, a Breast Cancer Bracelet promoting support and awareness is a perfect fit for the iRenew brand.
“We’re passionate about giving back especially to causes that affect our loved ones,” said co-founder John Merritt. “Someone very close to me has been affected by this grueling disease and any way in which we contribute to finding the cure, we will. Aligning with the 26.2 with Donna Foundation was ideal knowing that 100 percent of proceeds go to research and support for those currently fighting breast cancer.”
Tap into the powers of wellness and achieve a more active lifestyle with iRenew’s proprietary Selective Frequency Resonance™ technology. University studies show that this technology may help support strength, balance and endurance when the bracelet is worn. Seen upon the wrists of celebrities Liam Hemsworth, Gabrielle Union, and Jessica Szhor, the bracelet is ideal for trendsetters and the jetset crowd, and doubles as a wellness and fashion accessory. The iRenew Breast Cancer bracelet is the perfect way to make a contribution to breast cancer research, while being a part of the wellness-fashion trend.
The iRenew Breast Cancer Bracelet is available at www.iRenew.com or at these retailers: Bed Bath Beyond, Boscovs, CVS, Duckwall, Fred Meyer, Kroger, StopNShop, Joanne Fabrics, Kitchen Collections, K-Mart, Meijer, Michaels, Shopco, Staples, Target, Walgreens, Wal-Mart for under $19.99.
Unite with iRenew in support of wellness. For more information on iRenew, visit www.irenew.com.
About 26.2 with Donna
The 26.2 with Donna mission is to passionately produce world class events to raise funds for groundbreaking breast cancer research and empower those living with breast cancer. Seventy percent of all race proceeds go to the Mayo Clinic for bench top breast cancer research. Thirty percent of all race proceeds go to The Donna Foundation to help breast cancer patients with critical financial needs. Join us as we celebrate 5 Years —February 12, 2012! Together, we will finish it. For more information, visit www.breastcancermarathon.com.
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Taking a cue from Rajon Rondo's Foot Locker commercials alone, Rajon Rondo is all about quickness. This really comes at no surprise though, point guards have always been known for outstanding ball-handling skills and directing the plays. Rondo himself is best known for quick assists, he earned his most assists in the 2009-10 season, he even landed himself a spot among the NBA All-Stars in 2010 and 2011.
Earlier this month, the professional basketball star and iRenew supporter, Rajon Rondo hosted a Facebook chat to promote the new Nike Hyperfuse sneakers for Foot Locker. Much like his character in the commercials, Rondo offered quick answers that went right to the point. Here are a few things we learned from him:
10. Basketball wasn't his first love. Rondo started playing basketball at 8, but before that, he was already playing football at 6.
9. Talented at a young age. He started doing dunks at 14 years old.
8. He's a loyal alum. As a University of Kentucky alumnus, he seems to really enjoy returning to and playing at his alma mater.
7. He's Humble. He believes that humility is a must to becoming a great player. He says this about the freshmen at the University of Kentucky.
6. Strength and Endurance are his motto's. Getting quick is a must for him. So over the summer, he's been doing lots of agility drills and working with a track coach.
5. He's a team player. As for his sick assists? He works on them by making more of them − helping his teammates get the best opportunities to make open shots.
4. He welcomes constructive criticism. In response to a little playful quip from President Obama, Rondo sure has been working on his jump shot.
3. Stay's true to his roots. His key to success? "The Good Lord and hard work," he says.
2. He remembers to relax. Although he was busy, he totally enjoyed the summer off-season.
1. He's totally looking to bring the title home this year.
Faith, humility and hard work is what keeps Rajon staying strong in the game. Adding a dose of these into our own lifestyle would do us good in the way we manage things overall. Where you suprised by any of Rajon's responses?