Uniting In The Fight Against Breast Cancer, Chrome Donates 50% Of All Pink Kursk Shoe Sales To The Keep A Breast Foundation
San Francisco, Calif. (October 13, 2011) – Today Chrome, the world’s leading manufacturer of bike messenger bags, footwear and urban cycling apparel, is humbled to announce a very special promotion to benefit The Keep A Breast Foundation, donating 50% of all Pink Kursk shoe sales in
the month of October to the breast cancer awareness and prevention organization.
For over a decade, Keep A Breast has been working toward helping eradicate breast cancer by exposing young people to methods of prevention, early detection and support. Meeting the youth on their turf through events that celebrate art, music and culture, it was only natural that Chrome
would select Keep A Breast to be the beneficiary of the funds raised through this promotion.
“We are truly honored to be able to contribute to the mission of the Keep A Breast organization,” says Chrome Marketing Director, Matt Sharkey. “Their organization has absolutely lead the way in terms of affectively communicating prevention and awareness in relevant and creative ways. We’re thrilled to support their efforts in any way we can.”
Special features include: 1,000 denier Cordura with back-padding; 100% vulcanized construction; low profile design; reinforced nylon/glass fiber shank to support the midsole; board lasted sole and skid resistant contact rubber soles; polyurethane contoured crash pad insole; durable rubber heel cup with reflective safety hit; lace garage to keep laces tied and in place; steel aglets to keep laces from fraying.
For more information, please visit: http://www.chromeindustries.com.
Founded in 1995, San Francisco-based Chrome is the leading manufacturer of durable, utilitarian bags for city living from Brooklyn to Berlin to Tokyo. Made in the U.S.A and sold in over 600 retail stores worldwide, Chrome has expanded to include footwear and apparel for men and women.
You can visit Chrome at their retail shops in San Francisco, Manhattan and now Chicago.