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5 cool pink firefighting products to support Breast Cancer Awareness

With everything from T-shirts to trucks, there is no sign of support too large or small


Pink is back as we enter October and Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

With everything from T-shirts to trucks, there is no sign of support too large or small. Here are five ways firefighters can support the fight against cancer this year. 

 

The Unity and Fight Breast Cancer Tee

This Black Helmet Apparel T-shirt features a firefighter themed Breast Cancer Awareness Month logo. Two dollars from each sale will be donated to Susan G. Komen for the Cure. The shirts are made in the United States and available in unisex sizes. Read more.

 

 

Breast Cancer Awareness badges

Blackinton & Co. Inc.'s fire, police and sheriff badges are available in a pink finish. Ten percent of sales are donated to the Gloria Gemma Breast Cancer Resource Foundation and The Firefighter Cancer Support Network. Read more.

 

 

Lion Apparel pink helmets

The Legacy 5 and American Classic Paul Conway Helmets are now available in Breast Cancer Awareness Pink. Lion Apparel will donate proceeds from pink helmet sales to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation on behalf of each purchaser. Read more.

 

 

Pink Pierce Velocity pumper

Pierce Manufacturing nicknamed the pink pumper “courage” before delivering it to Prince George's County, Maryland Fire and EMS Department. The pumper is the first ever Pierce vehicle painted pink with a lavender stripe. Read more.

 

 

Pink Strion LED

The pink flashlight is printed with a Breast Cancer Research Foundation bow logo. For every Pink Strion LED sold, Streamlight will donate $5 to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. Read more.

 

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