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Saturday, October 4, 2014

Swiffer Breast cancer awareness giveaway



October is Breast Cancer Awareness month.

I support Breast Cancer Awareness because you never know when this devastating disease can strike. I personally don't know anybody who had breast cancer but my grandmother had ovarian cancers. Then it came back .I'm happy to say she beat cancer both times and is alive and well. We recently lost my father in law to pancreatic cancer. So when you hear a loved one has cancer that is a feeling that can only be described by someone who has been through it. I support all the brave cancer survivors and pray one day there will be a cure.

Swiffer supports Breast Cancer Awareness by partnering with Cleaning for a Reason, an organization that works with more than 1,000 local and professional maid services to bring meaning to cleaning by helping women focus their energy on fighting cancer. Since 2006, the partner maid services have volunteered their time to clean for over 17,000 women. They offer four cleanings to women with any cancer, once a month for four months.

Swiffer has created pink products, which you can pick up at Walmart. Or you can win them in this great giveaway hosted by Drugstore Divas and A Bride On A Budget. Two lucky winners will win a prize pack with a $25 Walmart gift card, plus items from Crest, Bounty, Oral B, Olay and Pantene, as well as a Swiffer Duster.

This giveaway starts now and ends at 11:59pm EST on October 13. To enter, you must be a US resident who is 18 or older. The winner(s) will be contacted via email and will have 24 hours to respond before another winner is selected.


Good luck!

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alwaysblabbing received no compensation for this giveaway and is not responsible for prize fulfillment.

37 comments:

  1. Breast cancer awareness month is very important to me because I have had my great grandmother be diagnosed. Its very important to get checked.

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  2. It is important to be aware. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  3. It is very important to be aware of something that serious and giveaways are very effective means to do that,,,but it would be awesome if they were international...

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  4. amy guillaume lindermanOctober 4, 2014 at 7:54 PM

    my sister in law was just diagnosed

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  5. It is very important because early detection can save lives!

    wendym at cableone dot net

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  6. It is important because it effects so many people and it is important to know to get yearly mammograms.

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  7. It is important to me because my MIL was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2011.

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  8. My Aunt was diagnosed with Breast cancer. It's important to get tested and have awareness.

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  9. Thanks for the giveaway

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  10. I think all cancer awareness is important. My mom has had skin cancer, my aunt has had skin cancer and ovarian cancer, and we lost my grandpa to bone cancer in 2010. Cancer is serious, and I will support all awareness and research on it.

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  11. I lost my sister in 1988 and lost my best friend in the world in 1998 after the birth of my daughter. Its a hard thing to recover after losing someone precious to you from cancer and seeing them suffer.

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  12. Kimberley Thomas:
    It's important because it is a great reminder to go get those "girls" checked ! Also a great time to remember those who have had treatment !

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  13. My fiancee's mom died from cancer so i feel its important to know about all cancers thanks for the give away

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  14. My wonderful Aunt Betty beat breast cancer twice!

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  15. It is important for me to have the awareness of what toxins to look for in the products like deodorant, shampoos & conditioners that we use and to eat GMO and preservative free and drink filtered water to help prevent cancer.

    Jeana O'donnell-Muphy


    Jeana

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  16. Christina GonzalezOctober 4, 2014 at 10:47 PM

    Breast cancer is important for everyone.

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  17. Although I don't personally know anyone who has experienced breast cancer, I know that it is such a far-reaching disease that impacts so many lives, and finding a cure is so important.

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  18. Breast Cancer awareness is important to me because my aunt and one of my dear friends have both been diagnosed. Thankfully, both have beat it! Thank you for this giveaway.
    chief9937@Yahoo.com

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  19. My mom has breast cancer as well as ovarian and bladder cancer. She died late last year. Charlotte
    david.winters@verizon.net

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  20. It is important to me because friends and co-workers are fighting this battle. One is a long term survivor and one is fighting hard.

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  21. Breast Cancer Awareness Month is very important to me due to personal reasons. Thank you so much for this great giveaway.

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  22. I have lost 2 of my aunts to breast cancer which spread.

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  23. Breast Cancer awareness is so important to me as a female because this is something that could affect me in the future and has affected people I know. This causes so much stress on families and takes lives and awareness needs to keep being brought until a cure is developed.

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  24. This is such am important topic that every one needs to discuss!!

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  25. awareness is important to me because i lost someone to breast cancer a few years ago.

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  26. Many survivors in my family

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  27. It's important because so many women are diagnosed with it and it's so important to get yourself checked out regularly.

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  28. It's important to raise money for the cause and to remind women that they need to get checked.

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  29. We have a few BC survivors in our family.

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  30. It is important to me because both my Aunt and Sister have both been treated for cancer. I also feel that this is something that needs to be talked about and researched more.

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