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Thursday, October 1, 2015

Welcome Mat for Breast Cancer Research Giveaway

It is October and that means it is Breast Cancer Awareness month. To help raise awareness for the cause, we're giving away a Carpet One Floor & Home Welcome Mat. They've placed pink ribbons on their welcome mats to remind people of the effort year round, not just in October.
Enter the Welcome Mat for Breast Cancer Research Giveaway. Ends 10/31
The mats retail for approximately $24.99 US/$34.99CDN. Each mat features a sturdy rubber backing and a pink ribbon to remind people of the cause it supports. All welcome mats are stain and water resistant, machine washable, made in the USA, are suitable for indoor or outdoor use and measure 2’ by 3’. Not only do they support a great cause, the clever designs make a beautiful and functional personal style statement. More information on The Breast Cancer Research Foundation may be found here: http://www.bcrfcure.org/. For men, the lifetime risk of getting breast cancer is about 1 in 1,000.

The mat pictured at the top is the one we received for review. It is at our back sliding door instead of the front because that gets the most use and our son has been tracking in a ton of stuff lately as the leaves start falling. He likes to play in the dirt a bit. We're a dog family hence the Woof design. At a front door, the mat makes a big personal statement with the pink ribbon. We chose to use it for its more functional needs, hence the back door, for now. Very sturdy design. Will have to see how it holds up through the winter months where it will get the most use.

The giveaway runs throughout the month of October and ends at 11:59pm on 10/31/15. It is open to US residents who are 18+ (void where prohibited). Winner's choice of the four mats presented above.
Disclosure: I received the above mentioned product for this publication. Java John Z's is not responsible for sponsor prize shipment. Please see the disclosure policy for more information.

41 comments:

  1. every 2 mintues a women is told she has breast cancer

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  2. BCRF is longest rated research facility in america.

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  3. THE MONEY THEY RAISE HELPS WITH SEVEN YEAR'S OF RESEARCH. I HAD BECAME A FOLLOWER I HAVE THEM EMAILING ME I HAVE LOVE ONES WHO ARE SUFFERING NOW WITH CANCER. AWARENESS IS SO IMPORTANT. I HAVE ALSO LOST LOVE ONES TO CANCER.

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  4. That every 2 minutes a woman is told she has breast cancer, and I was floored, that is so horrible.

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  5. BCRF is the highest rated cancer research facility in America,every 2 minutes a woman is told she has breast cancer,that is a very sad statistic,my sister was diagnosed with it.

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  6. Every 2 minutes a woman in the US is diagnosed with breast cancer

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  7. BCRF will award $48.5 million in annual grants to over 240 scientists from top universities and medical institutions around the globe. - And that is Fantastic!

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  8. Someone is matching donations up to $50.000!

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  9. I love the fact that a company like E. Lauder helps sponsor the awareness of breast cancer. It is great that so many people have been saved due to the BCRF. Unfortunately, my grandmother passed away due to breast cancer and my aunt is suffering from it now.

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  10. I learned that when you make a purchase at the Pink Shop part of the money goes to cancer research.

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  11. I learned that every two minutes a woman is told she has cancer.

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  12. I really liked the Shop Pink store that they offer. Lots of cute things to support a great cause.

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  13. I learned that every 2 minutes a woman is told she has cancer.

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  14. It's shocking that every two minutes a women is told she has cancer. Brittney House

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  15. I learned that a women in the us is diagnosed with cancer every 2 minutes

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  16. that every 2 minutes a woman is told she has breast cancer.thankyou, ken pohl19@comcast.net

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  17. Their research has funded over 9.7 million mammograms.

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  18. Every 2 minutes a woman in the US is diagnosed with breast cancer

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  19. That every 2 minutes a woman is diagnosed with breast cancer. This was a very disturbing thing to learn.

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  20. So sad to hear that every 2 minutes a woman is told she has breast cancer

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  21. The mission is to prevent and cure breast cancer by advancing the world's most promising research.

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  22. I learned when you purchase from the Pink Shop part of the money goes to cancer research

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  23. I learned that the myth of using underarm deodorant could lead to breast cancer is false. According to the National Cancer Institute, there is no conclusive evidence linking the use of underarm antiperspirant and deodorant with breast cancer.

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  24. I learned every 2 minutes a woman is told she has breast cancer

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  25. I learned that Breast Cancer does not Only Happen to Women

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  26. I learned that every two minutes, a woman is diagnosed with breast cancer.

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  27. Every two minutes, a woman is diagnosed...yikes.

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  28. BCRF highest rated organization in the US

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  29. I learned that every 2 minutes a woman in the US is diagnosed with breast cancer.

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  30. i learned Myth: Breast Cancer Is Always in the Form of a Lump
    Truth: There are many other signs that may point to a breast cancer diagnosis, including swelling of the breast, skin irritation, nipple inversion (turning inwards), redness, scaliness, or discharge other than breast milk.

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  31. i watched the video #BETHEEND of cancer and it was good

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  32. I learned that every two minutes a woman is diagnosed with breast cancer. I also learned that the AutoNation Cure Bowl is this December in Orlando to raise funds.

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  33. i learned how important yearly mammograms are for early detection of breast cancer

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  34. I learned that the first description of cancer is recorded in an ancient Egyptian scroll in 2500 B.C.

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  35. I learned: Currently, 91 cents of every dollar spent by BCRF is directed towards breast cancer research and awareness programs

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  36. I learned that A 2014 study published in the journal Cancer Epidemiology Biomarkers Prevention, found that bra-wearing habits, such as underwire or average hours worn, were not associated with an increased risk of breast cancer in postmenopausal women. You hear this myth all the time.

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  37. What's sad to me is that "Every two mins a Woman is newly diagonised with Breast Cancer".

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  38. That the risk factor of yearly mammography does not outweigh the fact that yearly tests finds it earlier and more treatable.

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  39. I didn't realize that every 2 minutes a woman is diagnosed. That is staggering.

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  40. I learnt that they are the world's most promising research!

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  41. I learned every 2 minutes a woman is diagnosed with breast cancer in the US.

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