July is the Time to Order Custom Printed Butcher Paper to Support Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Posted by Mark Jones on Jul 9, 2014 9:00:00 AM

photo 1 1Breast Cancer Awareness Month is an annual global health campaign organized by major breast cancer charities every October to increase awareness of the disease and to raise funds for research into its cause, prevention, diagnosis, treatment and cure. The campaign also offers information and support to those affected by breast cancer.

Though October may seem far away, it is important to plan in advance for ways your company can show support for this important cause. While it’s July, now is actually the perfect time to share this with your customers. At Oren, we are proud to announce that starting in July, you can order the iconic breast cancer awareness pink ribbon symbol on your white butcher paper at no extra charge.

Choose from pink ribbons alone or pink ribbons in combination with your logo or other company branding (logos are for as little as $2/roll), added to an 18 or 36-inch butcher paper roll. 

More ways your company can show support

Butcher paper is used in many different industries as a versatile paper product. Butcher paper is essential for meat wrap, school projects, shipping materials or table covers.

Because butcher paper is a staple item in the food service industry for lining baskets, trays or tabletops, having it custom printed can be a great way to show your support for breast cancer awareness with your customers. Keep it simple and use pink napkins or pink take-out bags as another subtle way to promote awareness.

Looking for more ways to promote Breast Cancer Awareness Month at your company? Provide your staff with pink ribbons to wear or encourage customers to wear something pink during October.

Remember, we have pink ribbon branded butcher paper in stock now. Show your community that you care and support this worthy cause. Contact us to place your custom branded butcher paper order in time for October promotion.

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