Help Fuel Research for the Next Generation

Nick Newsom, Ytel |  

Breast cancer impacts the lives of people all over the world every day. Research has come a long way; the help of billions of dollars in donations and support have fueled leading researchers worldwide to search for a cure. For those of you who have loved ones fight this battle, you understand the importance of continuing to aid research. This month, we are encouraging everyone to raise awareness to your networks and communities and get your businesses involved and find ways to donate time or money. Every little bit makes a difference!

Breast cancer impacts the lives of people all over the world every day. Research has come a long way; the help of billions of dollars in donations and support have fueled leading researchers worldwide to search for a cure. For those of you who have loved ones fight this battle, you understand the importance of continuing to aid research. This month, we are encouraging everyone to raise awareness to your networks and communities and get your businesses involved and find ways to donate time or money. Every little bit makes a difference!

“Research has shown that around the world a woman loses her life every 60 seconds,” said Tyler Holliday of Ytel. “This is why we wanted to get involved and support an organization like Susan G. Komen.”

Did you know 1 in 8 women in the United States will be diagnosed with breast cancer in her lifetime?

Here are 3 ways you can get your business involved;

1. Employee Engagement


Challenge your employees to get involved in the Susan G. Komen mission to end breast cancer forever. You and your colleagues can make an impact through Passionately Pink workplace fundraising events. From Pink Days to bake sales, from dog washes to car washes, from raucous dinner parties to silent auctions, Passionately Pink makes your fundraiser stronger by providing promotional and educational material at no cost or obligation.


2. Sponsor


Over the past 30 years, Susan G. Komen has had one mission: to end breast cancer forever. Through events like the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure series and the Susan G. Komen 3-Day, they enable supporters to personally take action in the mission.

3. Cause Marketing


Cause Marketing is a win-win. It provides an easy way for consumers to engage and support the mission, while generating awareness and funds, with the potential to increase sales for your company. Consumers have become very savvy. They expect companies to participate in cause marketing, and seek to make contributions that will positively impact their communities.

We appreciate you taking the time to learn how you can be more involved with Breast Cancer Awareness.

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Nick Newsom, Ytel

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Nick has been involved in phone technology for over 20 years. From his early days as a ham radio operator, Nick founded Ytel to give small and medium size businesses access to call center and communications software normally reserved for large corporations. Nick leads with transparency and putting customer service as our number one priority.


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