Monday, January 5, 2009

GIVEAWAY- fashion with a cause - Save the Ta-tas®


imagine a world
without
CANCER


I was so excited when I found out that Save the Ta-tas® was going to be a sponsor of Champagne Living's 1st GIVEAWAY of 2009.

You haven't hear of Ta-tas® brand clothing yet?

Save the Ta-tas is the brainchild of Julia Fiske (a seasoned accessories designer for companies like Levis, Addidas, and more), who developed the brand after members of her own family had been diagnosed with breast cancer, faced mastectomies and had been gravely concerned that as a result of the surgery their marriages could be in jeopardy, or they would no longer be attractive women.

Yes, laughter is the best medicine, which is a sentiment that's obviously heartily endorsed by this innovative clothing company. But while the message may seem lighthearted and sassy, the company is absolutely serious about fighting to win in this important issue.

So far Save the Ta-tas® has donated over
$202,000 to Breast Cancer Research

Some of the celebrities who have helped to put the "Fun in the Fight" by wearing Ta-tas® Brand clothing are:


Kate Beckinsale

Demi Moore

Ryan Seacrest

Fran Drescher

Jessica Alba

Daisy Fuentes

Lindsay Lohan

and many more


So....on to this wonder GIVEAWAY





The winner of this giveaway will be receiving the GIFT BASKET that you see in the picture above. It includes such goodies as a


A Ta-Ta's coffee mug

Pink XL T-shirt

Black XL T-shirt

Boob Lube for easier self examinations

and lots more!!!!!



HERE'S HOW TO ENTER -

There will be a widget on the right hand column for easy access to enter daily.

* 1 entry daily Leave your name & e-mail address in the comments - along with what any comment you may have regarding Save the ta-tas, how cancer has impacted you or your family, etc.

* An EXTRA entry for EACH place that you list this contest (your blog, a forum, an e-mail list, twitter, facebook, etc.) - come back and add the link to the comments section.

* End Date: Tuesday, January 20, 2009 @ 11:59 pm EST

* Winners will be chosen by Random.org.

* Winner will be posted on Champagne Living and notified via e-mail. Winner has 72 hours to respond to winning e-mail, or an alternative winner will be chosen.

* Restrictions: This giveaway is only open to residents of the United States who are 13 years of age or older.

* The winners will also be listed at Prizey Fetch.


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trippyjanet said...

Great site...my grandfather passed away from cancer...

trippyjanet said...

Great site...my grandfather passed away from cancer...

carogonza said...

One of my best friends has cancer. Luckily, it was caught in time but she is not out of the woods yet. She still has to have chemo and we are praying she comes out okay.

Larkspur said...

I learned just how much my husband loves me when I was diagnosed with cancer.

kathleen haas said...

mt aunt had breast cancer, she doing great now

mverno said...

my cousin had it shes hanging in there

idahomom said...

I lost my mom when she was 38 and I was 16. I would be proud to have these items.

Christina G. said...

This organization's catchy name will garner lots of WANTED attention, I'm sure. :) Thanks for the giveaway!

Christina G. said...

I blogged: http://wutgives.blogspot.com/2009/01/champagne-living-ta-tas-gift-basket.html

Christina G. said...

I was tweeted: http://twitter.com/cmgnbox01/status/1097966550

randio said...

I haven't lost anyone close thankfully, but it's a wonderful cause & hope that a cure is found soon!!

Andreah @ Life's A Hoot said...

My mom had cancer right after I was born. This is great cause and how cute the shirts are too!

Andreah @ Life's A Hoot said...

Blogged~
http://mylifesahoot.blogspot.com/2009/01/more-new-years-bloggy-giveaways.html

Andreah @ Life's A Hoot said...

Tweeted~http://twitter.com/simplyandreah/status/1098051795

Jenna said...

What a great cause! My mother, aunt and grandma have all had to struggle with breast cancer. Love the shirts!

ivantheterrifying said...

Love the shirts!! My ex-wife is a breast cancer survivor.

Alexis said...

What a great giveway. My cousin is a survior!

Thanks

email on blogger profile :)

Alexis said...

Blogged about it :)
http://mom2mycrazy2.blogspot.com/2009/01/todays-list-of-giveaways.html

Danielle said...

Reading the comments here and its astonishing how many people have been affected by cancer. Our family has also been affected with breast cancer.
thanks for the giveaway!
yellyjohnsen@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

My mother and grandmother were both diagnoed with BC. Thank God, they are both doing well.





qtrhrse66@msn.com

casib69 said...

My mom has survived both breast cancer and ovarian cancer in the past 8 years. She is one tough lady!

Anonymous said...

Cancer is 30% genetics and 70% lifestyle but people don't want to cut down on eating meat or exercise. They want to buy pink ribbons instead.

M said...

My aunt who I love, love, love is a survivor. I would love to win this for her.

malleycc said...

My cousin has breast cancer now and I am praying for her every day.

Dallan said...

my mother is a survivor. My wife does the 3 day in Atlanta. We are big time into the cure.

rrshep said...

My father and father-in-law both died of prostate cancer at too early an age.

kathi said...

caregiver to my sister recovering from breast cancer

Jacqueline in Atlanta said...

I have a good friend who just had a ta-ta scare. Thankfully everything turned out all right, but she had a very expensive procedure to say so.

I've lost two friends to cancer.

Save the ta-tas. Save a life. Save a friend. Save a mother. Save a sissy. Save yourself. Beat this thing, girls!!

Thanks for having the giveaway!!

MOMFOREVERANDEVER said...

breast cancer survivor here- and it has changed my life

maddgiggler said...

My mom is a breast cancer survivor and one of my best friend's mom just passed away from this disease. It's changed my family because we're all super serious now about preventative exams.

Ashley said...

What a great cause and giveaway. I personally have not lost anyone close to me thankfully, but think its a great cause, and would love to win this and spread the word w/the cute shirts! :)


ajd495@gmail.com

Kaycee said...

This is so fantastic. Thank you so much for making us aware. My grandmother goes in for another mammogram for a suspicious spot this week- I can only pray.

kayceewilliams@gmail.com

ezmerelda said...

My best friend (who is younger than I am) started chemo for breast cancer on Friday. What a way to start the new year.

Cheryl F said...

Great site, very catching name to make people aware. My mom was diagnosed with cancer in Nov of 2007 she has 2 rounds of chemo left and is doing good.

Sonya said...

My Grandmother has been dealing with breast cancer, and I think this is a great way to bring the cause to people's minds.

Shannon said...

What a great idea.

Kathy Mullins said...

Excellent giveaway.

Thanks to the miracles of modern medicine, two people I know survived breast cancer, and did well during their treatments. Both are 20+ year survivors! Hooray for the people who made it possible for these two people who are special to me to not only survive, but THRIVE!!

majqa1966@yahoo.com

Stephen said...

The biggest thing I know about cancer is that it is not an automatic death sentence... People can fight it.

valerie2350 said...

great organization - love that they have taken a serious issue and promoted it in a 'cool way' to gain support

valerie2350 said...

tweet
http://twitter.com/valerie2350/status/1098887019

Dixie said...

My sister has breast cancer.
For the second time.:-(

Dixie said...

Just tweeted.
http://twitter.com/southrngrl

yyeres said...

i know many people who have battled their lives with cancer, some won, some lost unfortunatly.

jenn said...

My Grandmother was recently diagnosed with breast cancer and the women in my family were informed that we are extremely susceptible and need to get tested. It's really scary and Breast Cancer Awareness is more important to me than ever. I don't know what I'd do without my grandmother; I love her.

LJ said...

I had a sister who passed away with cancer.

MOMFOREVERANDEVER said...

what someone else said was they were amazed at how much cancer is out there- what makes me mad is the fact they do such silly research on farting monkeys and other silly things- we need to find a cure and find it now, the breast is such unknown territory

makeetis said...

My uncle is stage 4 prostate cancer but still going strong for almost 2 years now. Also my mother in law and her sister both had breast cancer. My husbands aunt passed away but my mother in law caught hers in time. Thanks for the chance. I would proudly wear the shirts. brewerchickey78(at)yahoo.com

Missesprincess said...

My great paternal grandma and paternal cousin both had breast cancer. My cousin is a 10+ year survivor now. My paternal grandma had cervical cancer. Their battles and triumphs led me to my career choice. I am an RN on a woman's cancer/surgical unit ~ and everyday I feel their presence helping me help others.

bleu said...

Cancer runs in my family and one of my closest friends just had to watch her mom suffer from breast cancer. The mom had her breast removed and is thankfully healthy now.

bleuteam at gmail dot com

pms3237 said...

My mother died from breast cancer and I am an advocate for yearly mammograms

Lynn H said...

I lost my mom to Ovarian Cancer 30 years ago. She was only 44 years old. I was 20 at the time. I feel like I've been cheated...she was not there for my wedding, the birth of my son and so much more. I miss her dearly! I get so upset when I hear people complain about their parents...I also lost my dad 6 years ago...It's been hard but you need to get through it!

Christina G. said...

1/6/09 - I think this organization is a great idea and will raise a lot of money for breast cancer research. Thanks for the giveaway!

silverbele said...

Both of my parents and my dog died from cancer.

rrshep said...

Besides losing my father and father-in-law to prostate cancer, my mother-in-law lost her sister, her mother, her father, and 2 brothers all to different types of cancer. My brother-in-law was diagnosed with prostate cancer but has been able to beat it with treatments.

Sara said...

I love how this campaign takes a humorous approach to a difficult yet important subject. Knowledge is power, and this encourages learning in a non-threatening way

alimark said...

What a unique concept for Breast Cancer suport---My friend who I work with is going thru her Breast cancer treatment right now--she is triple negative--but she had a lumpectomy, chemo and radiation so her chances of ot returning are lke 5%!!! her advice to all women is to get your mamos regualry!!!

deedleweedle said...

My aunt died of a rare lung cancer (never smoked) at 44 and my mother from colon cancer at 56. Kind of worrisome!

moushka said...

This is a great reminder that I need to make my appt for my mamo now!

Renee C. said...

My grandmother was had breast cancer, a double mastectomy, and later died when her cancer came back in another area, My grandfather had prostate/liver cancer he died as well. Two of my uncles died from cancer pancreatic and mouth cancer, another uncle is a skin cancer survivor. My aunt died of lung cancer. My mother is a breast cancer survivor. Elimination of CANCER is my biggest HOPE. I don't want my kids to be in jeopardy or to lose anyone else to cancer.

rmc1ra at aol dot com

Anonymous said...

My mom died from BC and my best friend is now battling it. PS my hebrew name is the same as yours Zipporah

pattycake said...

we soon find a cure for all types of cancer

Vanessa Sue said...

I heard about this and just loved the innovative idea of it! So down to earth! I had a family friend battle with BC - and being a woman this really scares me.

vanessasuethompson@gmail.com

michelena2000 said...

My sister had breast cancer 3 times and is still here today. Now she is batteling bone cancer. I wish they would find a cure soon.

redron said...

both my Mother and Grandmother had breast cancer. They are survivors. My brother and uant also have a form of cancer.

Jason said...

My Aunt is a breast cancer survivor. I think your blog is a very positive place for alot of people. Thanks you

jason@allworldautomotive.com

Sandra Jensen said...

I helped care for an elderly friend who died after breast removal surgery. I will never forget that experience. Thanks for helping raise awareness!

sajdakota@yahoo.com

wigget said...

a great cause, a great slogan
smkao@hotmail.com

Dina said...

Great cause, great catch phrase, love the giveaway!

tjwor said...

I'm a cancer survivor. Great contest.

Smooshy said...

my grandfather died from colon cancer, way too young!

Taylor said...

My life's been impacted because my niece has had cancer twice now. Please accept my entry, ty. skyxsky27(at)gmail.com

Anonymous said...

I lost my grandfather to cancer.

adr1001025[at]msn.com

VickeC said...

I had 2 friends that survived breast cancer


vlbelk(at)hotmail.com

Andreah @ Life's A Hoot said...

Tweeted!
http://twitter.com/simplyandreah/status/1100290906

idahomom said...

I would wear the tshit proudly.

Aisha said...

This is a really cool giveaway and would really be one of those who will support tatas by wearing the t-shirt.

nanja said...

Save the ta tas is a great cause and anything thay supports cancer awareness is good. I lost 2 family members to cancer.
nanja[at]comcast[dot]net

nanja said...

I tweeted
http://twitter.com/nanja46/status/1100344217
nanja[at]comcast[dot]net

Aisha said...

I posted this on my twitter: http://twitter.com/aishawed

Rita M said...

My dear Aunt Alice survived breast cancer & made sure all nieces were diligent about breast exams & mammograms.

Brooke said...

Although no one in my family has had breast cancer, we've had our fair share of many other types of cancer. Each year, I run in the Race for the Cure. I just feel a need to show my support to all the women who are fighting or have survived!

Brooke said...

I also sent out a Tweet - I'm @dinkypopsnomore

Peggy said...

I have lost so many loved ones in my life due to cancer,its sad.
This gift basket is awesome

Elizabeth Smith said...

I have breast cancer and I have lost my only child to breast cancer. She was 39. I lost my husband last year to lung cancer.
Cancer sucks!

Jamie said...

What a wonderful basket! Breast Cancer has touched so many...my grandmother was diagnosed with it. Thanks to God she is fully recovered.

A Tyler said...

My aunt just finished her Radiation for Breast Cancer. My husband and I were both diagnoised with Melanoma Skin Cancer on the same day! I am a Chair-person for Relay For Life to raise money for the American Cancer Society in my town. I would love to win this for my aunt. atboop2@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

Judy Zerbe
rzerbe6462@comcast.net

My husband and I are both cancer survivors. It has been 5 years since he was treated for throat cancer and 4 years since I was treated for colon cancer. We thank God everyday that we are still on this earth in pretty good health!

Sue S said...

My mother passed away this year from breast cancer. I can't say anymore.

AmandaSue said...

I am a huge supporter of cancer awareness/research as I have lost a few relatives and quite a few other relatives are cancer survivors! And these shirts are awesome! Thanks for entering me.

AmandaSue said...

I am a huge supporter of cancer awareness/research as I have lost a few relatives and quite a few other relatives are cancer survivors! And these shirts are awesome! Thanks for entering me.

Colengal said...

I love the sprit behind "save the ta-ta's." I normaly am pretty conservative dresser, but I would wear these shirts proudly

bocktalk said...

I lost my mom to cancer when I was 17. I love this brand and the cause as a whole!

marcybock88@gmail.com

Mama said...

i love this brand and the cause. i did the susan komen walk this year with my baby boy and it was so inspiring

bonobo said...

Save the Ta-Tas does such great work. Thanks for getting involved!
jjdragonfly [at] gmail [dot] com

Abby said...

My best friend just had a masectomy beginning of December so this has all been fresh in my mind.

ajcmeyer AT go DOT com

dementeddoll said...

i knew i had cancer in my family but this campaign made me aware that i could be at risk even tho breast cancer is not in my family.

JamericanSpice said...

My MIL overcame her breast cancer and yet I still worry a bit for her. I will support saving the ta-tas :)

JamericanSpice said...

I tweeted: http://twitter.com/calliesan/status/1101423903

Jenndiggy said...

My grandmother had to have a breast removed due to cancer.

Naomi (Urban Mummy) said...

Great giveaway!

We recently lost a friend to cancer. So tragic.

Dina said...

Fashion with a cause - shouldn't more fashion be that way?

valerie2350 said...

back to enter for today - great cause!

SeptemberLovely said...

I think this is a wonderful giveaway and I think Save the TaTas is a wonderful cause. At this point, I don't think I can think of a single person that has not been touch by cancer somehow, and these organizations are much needed and appreciated for all that they do.

Bebemiqui said...

I think this is such a clever campaign...thankfully breast cancer has yet to touch anyone close to me.
bebemiqu82(at)yahoo(dot)com

Crystal said...

My great-grandmother died of breast cancer. Can't wait to wear my new Ta-Ta's shirts! :D

socialwork4kids said...

One of my best friend's lost her mother to cancer and every year we walk in her honor at the Race for the Cure race. We dress in all pink and I would love to wear this shirt at the next race! m_huston(at)hotmail(dot)com

Mama Zen said...

I had no idea that they had donated so much money! That's fabulous!

kelli at pfrog dot net

Skywaywaver said...

This is a wonderful organization and they have done so much to fund breast cancer research.
hematopoiesis at hotmail dot com

jagel888 said...

Sadly to say, cancer has affected my life greatly. grandmother, grandfather and aunt all passed away from cancer. All too young.

Jenny said...

My mother is a breast cancer survivor, but the worry never leaves.
Thanks for the giveaway!
~Jenny~

boobles2 said...

I lost my sister in law to cancer who was my best friend. thanks for this giveaway

Lindley said...

Thanks for this fun and important giveaway, I have a good friend who was recently diagnosed with testicular cancer, so I know we have a fight ahead of us.
linjenals at yahoo dot com

pattycake said...

clicked on the widget for a new entry and nothing happened--what does widget do?

Anonymous said...

I love Save the Ta-Tas. What a clever name.

dangotmail AT yahoo DOT com

crystal said...

I think save the Ta-Ta's is great.
I have lost two loved ones in the last year and it is very hard but there is always hope:)

cyclona66@aol.com

The Dreamer said...

Let's work to Save the Ta Tas! But as a side note for the Heart Association - 1 in 30 women die of breast cancer. 1 in 3 dies of Cardiovascualr diseases. Take care of your heart and your Ta Tas!

thanks

adams006 at hotmail dot com

Judie said...

I will be a 7 yr breast cancer survivor next month. I love your "save the Ta Ta's " t-shirt. I want to get them for me and my 4 grown daughters.
HUGGS--Judie

Anonymous said...

A world without cancer would be so sweet.

Debbie
debsicola@yahoo.com

The Saunders Family said...

my grandmother survived breast cancer, wouldn't she be cute in one of the t's!
mom2maria at hotmail

Lynne said...

My great-grandmother had breast cancer. Thanks for the great giveaway - humor and a cause!

lynne at fairpoint dot net

sunnymum said...

I've had many friends and family members have deal with cancer. This is a great site!
cbeargie (at) yahoo.com

Andreah @ Life's A Hoot said...

Cancer has affected so many people in my world! =(

chris said...

I love the giveaway. I have had a few very close friends fight the battle with breast cancer and win. I would share this with them!!

chris said...

I love the giveaway. I have had a few very close friends fight the battle with breast cancer and win. I would share this with them!!

Miss Blondie said...

i'm actually walking in the 2-day Avon Walk for Breast Cancer this May!!

Ferguson Family said...

I love their site! My mother in law is a breast cancer survivor.. I never really understood the impact on here life until we sat down and she told me about it. It's amazing that even through that you become a stronger person!

gahome2mom said...
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gahome2mom said...

My sister-in-law at a young age was detected with breast cancer. She detected a knot long before going to have it checked. She lost one of her breast. Thanks for the giveaway.

She is a survivor!

gahome2mom (at) gmail.com

Corina said...

What a great prize pack! I would love to sport those t's.
I'm a big supporter of the American Cancer Society and have been a team captain for our local Relay for Life for 3 yrs running.
Until there is a cure...

Aisha said...

This is really a great giveaway. I can't imagine what it feels for people who have to go through cancer.

The Downs Gang said...

I am a survivor twice of cancer! It has been a long battle and I am sitll going through all od aftermath of having cancer

Tanya said...

My aunt had breast cancer and fought it... I would love to give this to her as a gift.

Jayme said...

i have had 2 aunts and a grandmother who all beat breast cancer and i would love to give this gift to one of them. this would mean a lot to them. thanks!

jayme[dot]bouwens@yahoo[dot]com

Anonymous said...

I work in the medical field and 1 of our doctors had prostate cancer and ALL the employees wore light blue ribbons for months while he was undergoing treatment. I think that anytime you wear or show support that People who are going through this feels just a little better knowing people CARE. Thanks for making a bad thing seem a little bit on the lighter side.

Sonya said...

Save the Ta-tas is a great way to get breast cancer to the forefront of people's minds!

Southern Belle said...

This is a cause very dear to my heart after losing my grandmother to breast cancer. What a great hip phrase! Love it!

southernbelleblog@gmail.com

Roxy said...

Roxy

hockiemack@hotmail.com

Thanks!

Taylor said...

It's bad when a family member has this disease. My niece has had it 2x now and is a Survivor

zoe hunter said...

I support breast cancer research and love this company, thanks for the contest.

Donna said...

My aunt had breast cancer.
Donna
donna444444@yahoo.com

Donna said...

I tweeted.
http://twitter.com/donnak4/status/1103791841

Southern Belle said...

Great cause!

southernbelleblog@gmail.com

www.southernbellecharm.blogspot.com

Dina said...

Love the cause - and the basket!

valerie2350 said...

back to enter today - hooray for ta tas!

Days like These! said...

My aunt is a 5 year survivor she is very inspirational to our family

Melissa said...

We lost my mother-in-law last August after a 24-year battle with breast cancer.

pattycake said...

another entry

Chelsea said...

I kinda wish the prize came with the "caught you looking at my ta-tas" shirt. so cute and a good reason to wear it. (waterprincess812@aol.com)

Joanna said...

I love this company! What a fabulous giveaway!

bkh61959 said...

I am a breast cancer survivor of five years now, and doing well, this is a real eye opener and mind boggling thing to go throught, you feel as though you are losing your identity, along with your breast, hair and liveliness, thanks for introducing us to this site, and also thanks for the giveaway

Amber said...

I have known amazing women who have been affected by Breast Cancer. Lets keep fighting the good fight!

Amber
shevilkenevil1 at aol dot com

Shannon said...

I've lost a loved one to Cancer and I hoping for a cure one day!
Thanks, this basket is lovely!

Lori said...

My best friend from High School is a breast cancer survivor!
lllkrg@aol.com

jenn said...

I'd love to wear this to support my Grandmother!

its.a.hit at gmail dot com

Southern Belle said...

Just posted to my blog! This is a great cause! Thanks!

www.southernbellecharm.blogspot.com

southernbelleblog@gmail.com

LINDALSHOT said...

My father died of lung cancer.

Jenndiggy said...

My grandmother had to have a breast removed because of cancer.

Sunnyvale said...

Too many families affected by cancer, a tragedy.

megankortepeter said...

I've lost several family members to cancer, however my mom has beaten it twice! I'd love to win this for her.

Roxy said...

Roxy

hockiemack@hotmail.com

Thanks!

Lindsey said...

My Grandmother is a Breast Cancer Survivor :)
-Lindsey

MrsLindsey83@yahoo.com

Marsha said...

All 3 of my Dad's sisters have had breast cancer and two of them have died from it. I am so glad the awareness level has risen and women are getting early detection. Thank you for helping with more awareness.

mrs.mommyy said...

hey folks remember men get breast cancer too- remind them to check

bleu said...

My family has been affected by cancer. Three of my four grandparents died of cancer.

bleuteam at gmail.com

Colengal said...

I love this campaign. Any one who has been touched by cancer knows that it is fought with love and laugher (for those of us who cant practice medicine..anyway)

valerie2350 said...

back to enter today - love that they are making a serious issue 'hip' to gain support

happishopr said...

my father is battling colon cancer right now. all of us kids plan on participating in the undy 5000 in dallas this year as a show of support. trinitygsd at yahoo dot com

AlbinoRockstar said...

My grandmother died of cancer and I am vigilant on my self exams and love that so much action is called to this great cause.

christin said...

i absolutely adore this campaign!! any way to get the word out is awesome:) thanks!

Ellen C. said...

My godmother has breast cancer. She's hat both breasts removed. It is pretty scary. Thanks for the chance.

sweetascandy579 at yahoo dot com

Jenndiggy said...

My grandmother had to have a breast removed because of cancer.

Southern Belle said...

Back to enter again today!

Southern Belle

southernbelleblog@gmail.com

www.southernbellecharm.blogspot.com

Southern Belle said...

Just tweeted here...

http://twitter.com/aSouthernBella

Heather said...

Love the tatas stuff! too cute! GREAT cause! Thanks!

Ingrid said...

A few years ago, I lost a dear friend to breast cancer. I have another friend who was diagnosed with cancer about 4 years ago, she was treated with kemo and has been cancer free since. Recently she was worried right before getting her regular check-up, but all was well and she is fine. Thanks for this opportunity.

amweeks said...

I had read about the Ta Ta things and I love them! Nothing like grabbing someone's attention for a great cause!

amweeks said...

I'm subscribing on google!

amweeks said...

I'm a blog follower

valerie2350 said...

entering for today - think it's great that breast cancer is getting all this publicity - hopefully research will come up with better treatment and prevention

Meaghan F. said...

I've known people who have had cancer and who have not survived. This is a very nice site and Save the Tatas is a great slogan!

Dina said...

Tweeted http://twitter.com/aitmama/status/1109595891

Lisa said...

I love the site and support anything that raises the awareness of breast cancer. Thanks!
lisanne411 (at) yahoo (dot) com

amweeks said...

I'm following on Twitter

C Laney said...

I was diagnosed with breast cancer a year after my best friend was. She got me through the chemo and radiation.... I have been cancer free for about a year and everyday is a blessing.

yadgirl said...

My grandmother had breast cancer, but the tumor was removed without incident. That made me very thankful.

Jenndiggy said...

My grandmother had to have a breast removed because of cancer.

Susan said...

My husband was diagnosed with cancer 9 years ago We have made it and so can may others. It is hard on the patient as well as the family. Just remember to have faith and you can make it.

Barbara a.k.a Gr8tjoy said...

I love all of the ta-tas merchandise, it's a great idea and worthy cause. I lost my mom to cancer, she taught me what it is to be courageous.

Barbara (gr8tjoy at hotmail.com)

Barbara a.k.a Gr8tjoy said...

I twittered @ http://twitter.com/gr8tjoy

Barbara (gr8tjoy at hotmail.com)

Barbara a.k.a Gr8tjoy said...

I blogged...
http://travelinglifeshighway.blogspot.com/

Barbara (gr8tjoy at hotmail.com)

norman said...

Had 2 friends die in college or just after, one BC, the other Ovarian cancer. Miss 'em every day

Brittany K said...

This is a great cause. I've been following the Save the tata's campaign for awhile and I really support everything that they do.

bbkling(at)gmail(dot)com

jenn said...

I wanna support my granny! She's going in for her lumpectomy on Wednesday! Wish us luck!

DEBIJOT said...

My mother passed away from breast cancer.

rosannepm said...

My younger sister died of breast cancer in 2002 after years of intense suffering. She was 46. I had breast cancer in 1998, 2005 and 2006-numerous surgeries, radiation and reconstruction. I don't like referring to them as Ta-tas. They are breasts. Let's not diminish this illness with a catchy phrases like "save the tatas"

Skybluefusion said...

Cancer took my grandfathers from us. -Jennelle bleuteam at gmail dot com

Kimberly B. said...

Great giveaway! My father had stomach cancer a few years ago. Luckily, he is in remission now. I hope this giveaway will alert many people to this important cause.

Dina said...

Great cause and great products - love this giveaway.

rrshep said...

With both my father and father-in-law dying from prostate cancer, I'm concerned for my husband and my son so I insist on a PSA test yearly.

rrshep said...

With both my father and father-in-law dying from prostate cancer, I'm concerned for my husband and my son so I insist on a PSA test yearly.

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