Our Support for Breast Cancer Awareness #SuburbanCares
Help Suburban Exterminating raise awareness of breast cancer by posting a picture of our trucks or technicians on your social media account with #SuburbanCares.
All month, we’ll be wearing pink booties in homes to express our concern for others in our community and to support the cause to encourage women to have an annual mammogram screening.
Breast Cancer Awareness Month
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, which is an annual campaign to increase awareness of the disease. Breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in women and the second leading cause of death among women in America.
One of our favorite Customer Relation members, Jennifer Frank, knows all about cancer awareness. Jenn was diagnosed with cancer in 2013 shortly after her mom died. Now a 2 year cancer survivor, Jennifer’s outlook on life is “You only realize your true strength when being strong is your only option” and “It is what it is.” Jennifer has been answering Long Islanders’ questions about pest control for over 13 years. Suburban Exterminating has chosen to support the Carol Baldwin Breast Cancer Research Fund based on Jennifer’s appreciation of the group’s work.
How You Can Help
For each original public #SuburbanCares post on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram made through 10/31/2017, $1 will be donated to the Carol Baldwin Breast Cancer Research Fund
· Take a photo of your Suburban Service Professional in his/her pink booties -or- take a picture of one of our trucks.
· Post the photo on one or more of your public social media accounts using #SuburbanCares
Thank you for helping us to support this great cause =)