Pride Family Brands Announces "Pause With Pride To Promote Pink" To Be Held During October High Point Market

Top Quote In an effort to raise awareness and celebrate colleagues and loved ones that are survivors of breast cancer, Pride Family Brands, manufacturer of luxury outdoor furnishings, will be holding a "Pause With Pride To Promote Pink" function in their new showroom during the October High Point Furniture Market. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) October 17, 2014 - In conjunction with the national observance of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Pride Family Brands' "Pause" will provide a time for personal recognition of survivors of breast cancer through a gathering including custom designed pink desserts and champagne beginning Saturday, October 18th and each afternoon through Tuesday, October 21st at 4:00 p.m.

    "As a new exhibitor at the High Point Market, we are very involved in the many activities and excitement that are happening; but we also wanted to provide a time each day to shift focus to a cause that is important to us," said Steve Lowsky, president, Pride Family Brands. "Like most, our family has been touched by breast cancer including my mother and grandmother, who are breast cancer survivors." This connection is why the family-owned company wanted to acknowledge breast cancer survivors during the planned market "Pause With Pride To Promote Pink."

    The afternoon functions, to be held in the Pride Family Brands' Showroom at IHFC M-105 will begin immediately following the showroom's ribbon cutting at 3:45 p.m. on the first day of the market.

    The time frame for the "Pause" will be limited with the pink sweets and bubbly available on a first come basis.

    Past contributions to Breast Cancer from Pride Family Brands have benefited Carolinas Medical Center, Clemson University and University of North Carolina Chapel Hill through the Avon Walk for Breast Cancer;

    For more information about Pride Family Brands visit or contact 954-735-9800.

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