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Toyota getting ready to pink up their business

Management and staff at Dubbo City Toyota will be “pinking” up their Bourke Street business in October to mark Breast Cancer Awareness Month. PHOTO: DUBBO PHOTO NEWS Management and staff at Dubbo City Toyota will be “pinking” up their Bourke Street business in October to mark Breast Cancer Awareness Month. PHOTO: DUBBO PHOTO NEWS

Dubbo City Toyota has committed to participate in the McGrath Foundation’s Pink Up Your Town campaign with plans to deck out the showroom in all things pink when Breast Cancer Awareness Month rolls around in October.

“We’re always keen to get involved in community activities and this is for such an important cause so it’s something we can get behind in big way,” said Dubbo City Toyota’s general manager Ben Thompson.

Pink Up Your Town is an initiative of the McGrath Foundation. Founded by Jane McGrath and cricketing legend husband, Glenn, the McGrath Foundation raises funds to support breast care nurses whose services are then available free to patients and their families.

From the time of diagnosis, and throughout treatment, breast care nurses are available for anyone, whether in a private healthcare fund or not to act as a patient advocate, coordinate care and ensure physical, psychological and emotional needs are met.

Pink Up Your Town is a fundraising and awareness drive which aims to put McGrath Breast Care Nurses across rural and metro Australia to help improve outcomes for people diagnosed with breast cancer.

“We encourage all businesses and individuals to get behind the campaign,” said Ben.

For more information search ‘Pink Up Your Town’ on the web.

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