New this Week – Update #2 – OVARIAN CANCER TEAL PRIDE

September is Ovarian Cancer Month

I’ve been working hard to add new products to the Etsy shop. This month I have added Teal Products to help support ovarian cancer research. For all the Teal Ribbon Products sold this month, I’m donating 50% of my profits to Ovarian Cancer Research Alliance (OCRA). OCRA scientists are working hard everyday to save women’s lives who have been diagnosed with ovarian cancer. They are searching for new ways to identify and prevent it from spreading to other organs in the body before it is too late.

I hope that you will consider purchasing one of these products so that I can send a big check to them. The research helps brave women dealing with a disease that has NO CURE, has NO REAL EARLY WARNING TESTING, and kills ALMOST 14,000 WOMEN per year.

I want to thank you for your support to HELP SAVE LIVES!

Visit Our Eyes Open Designs:

Teal Ribbon ProductsFor the Cause

Keeps your drinks cold or hot for hours!

Tumblers, Water Bottle, Coffee Mug & Pilsner

Easily carry your ID & CC with your Phone – 3M Adhesive

Teal Pride Phone Wallet

Lightweight stitched Polyester/Microfiber Fabric

Teal Ribbon Keychain

Get your

Teal Pride

License Plate


TO HELP FURTHER, PLEASE REBLOG THIS POST TO YOUR FOLLOWERS! If you don’t want to purchase a product, maybe you will help by donating directly to the Ovarian Cancer Research Alliance here.

6 Comments on “New this Week – Update #2 – OVARIAN CANCER TEAL PRIDE

  1. Lisa, thank you so much for bringing awareness to ovarian cancer this month! Thank you for these products and donating a portion of the sales to a very worthy cause. I use my wine tumbler and water bottle almost every day!

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    • You are welcome! I wished I had more sales on them, but I will make a minimum donation regardless. I’ve added these products to my email marketing campaign that goes out tomorrow. You will see it since you are on my customer list. I’m glad you are using both the tumbler & water bottle. I know they keep your stuff cold. My daughter bought one and she said she had ice in her’s for almost 24 hours. Great endorsement for those products! 🙂

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