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Polyform to Support Breast Cancer

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Polyform US looks to bring awareness and funds in the fight against breast cancer for the second consecutive year with its Protect What Matters campaign.

The campaign — which is a partnership between Polyform and Land ‘N’ Sea Distributing — will offer a total of 10 of its G-Series and HTM-Series fenders in pink to honor survivors, those lost to the disease and to support progress in treatment.

This year, Polyform will donate five percent of all the sales to Susan G. Komen.

“Last year’s ‘Protect What Matters’ campaign far exceeded my expectations,” said Polyform N.A. recreational sales manager Barb Foss in a statement. “We now want to build awareness and further support across all our distributor and retail partners. The fight against breast cancer is a big one and I’m proud of Polyform for continuing to make a difference by supporting the Komen Foundation.”

Ken Ferleger, vice president of Land ‘N’ Sea added: “Our organization wanted to support Polyform US in the fight against breast cancer. The product and cause were very well...[and] Land ‘N’ Sea is looking forward to expanding the program with additional products and support this coming year.”

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