Mobile Edge supports Komen Breast Cancer Awareness

Mobile Edge Caring Case Collection supporting Susan G. Komen for the Cure

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Susan G. Komen for the Cure is among the leading Breast Cancer Research and Awareness Foundations in the world.

Here at Mobile Edge, we share the common goal of the Komen Foundation and stand side-by-side their commitment to helping fight Breast Cancer as a life threatening disease. We hope one day our efforts will contribute to eradicating this disease altogether.

As a company, we feel it is our Social Responsibility to give back to those in need. To do our part our designers created the Caring Case Collection, which is comprised of six pink themed Komen laptop bags all toting the symbolic pink ribbon breast cancer medallion. In 2004, Mobile Edge became a corporate partner with the Susan G. Komen for the Cure.

As a proud corporate partner with the Susan G. Komen for the Cure, we donate 10 percent of the retail sales price of each Komen laptop bag we sell to the foundation. Since the inception of our “Caring Case Collection” Program, Mobile Edge has donated more than $250,000.00 to Susan G. Komen for the Cure and its local affiliates, and counting.

Locally, Mobile Edge donates 2,000 bags each year to the local Orange County Komen Affiliate for local cancer survivors. This year the Survivor Bags will be non-woven Pink re-usable grocery shopping totes made with recycled materials.
Mobile Edge just released two new Komen Totes rounding out the Collection.

The redesigned Pink Faux-Suede Tote comes with several new additions including a new striped interior, protective material on the bottom of the case to help keep it clean just to name a few.  The all new Komen Eco-Friendly Tote is made with all natural cotton canvas, helping reduce the carbon foot print as well as helping donate money to the Komen Foundation.  What more could  you ask for from a laptop bag?

Do your part and support Mobile Edge in our efforts to raise money to help fight breast cancer.  For more information about Susan G. Komen for the Cure, click here.

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