MetroMamma Makes a Commitment to Fighting Breast Cancer Forever

Tuesday, August 21, 2007 General News J E 4
LOS ANGELES, Aug. 20 MetroMamma(TM) founders Carie McNeiland Leah Mamone, creators of the popular, MetroWrap(TM) baby carrier, wouldlike to announce their participation in the Making Strides Against BreastCancer This October 2007.

"The Making Strides Against Breast Cancer effort is a passion for us.Every woman has been affected in some way by this disease if not directly. Wewant to do our part in defeating this disease and overcoming this greatdisparity," comments Carie McNeil.

Carie and Leah have made a commitment to raise awareness for the MakingStrides Against the Breast Cancer cause for life! Upon creating the MetroMammalogo design they decided to incorporate the color PINK so that MetroMamma toowould be a constant reminder of this disease. In addition, this dynamic duohas extended their efforts to recruit a team of walkers who will beparticipating in the local Las Vegas walk, home to MetroMamma headquarters.Carie and Leah will also lend the MetroMamma website to the cause by creatinga link from their home page that will allow visitorsto make a cash donation directly to the cause. In addition to the revenuesthat the MetroMamma team raises for the Making Strides walk they are alsogoing to donate 10% of the MetroWrap revenues from http://www.metromamma.comfor the entire month of October to the American Cancer Society.

Making Strides Against Breast Cancer is the American Cancer Society'spremier event to raise awareness and funds to fight breast cancer. Thisamazing event celebrates breast cancer survivors, educates women about earlydetection and prevention, and raises money to fund lifesaving research andsupport programs.

For more information on supporting the efforts of the MetroMamma founders,Carie McNeil and Leah Mamone please contact, Chey Bell at chey.jtmpr@yahoo.comor call direct 310 428 3694.Contact: Chey Bell Janice McCafferty Communications Direct: (310) 428 3694 Email:

SOURCE MetroMamma


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