Tomas O’Leary, Mick O’Driscoll and Peter Stringer were on hand this week to highlight Munster Rugby’s support of Ballygowan’s major new campaign to raise some much-needed funds for breast cancer awareness in Ireland.
Supporting the Marie Keating Foundation and its campaign partner in Northern Ireland, Action Cancer, the Ballygowan ‘Be Part of It’ campaign also hopes to promote the importance of early detection in saving lives.
The first phase of the Ballygowan ‘Be Part of It’ campaign is the launch of its Ballygowan Pink Bottle.
Ballygowan Pink contains the same still pure, Irish still water, which Ballygowan is known for it, presented in a stylish pink bottle.
Every bottle of Ballygowan Pink sold will help the Marie Keating Foundation, and its ‘Be Part of It’ campaign partner in Northern Ireland, Action Cancer, to raise much needed funds for breast cancer awareness.
Specifically, the money raised by the initiative will contribute to cancer support projects, aimed at providing all women with the necessary information to minimise the risks associated with breast cancer and detect it at its earliest possible stage.
The Ballygowan Pink bottles are now on shelves in local convenience stores and supermarkets in 500ml and 2 litre bottles. A special glass bottle is available in pubs and restaurants nationwide in 250ml and 750ml bottles.
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