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This is just one of the many posts (Ms. Pac-Man Pink Ribbon community Facebook page) I came across when I visited Facebook recently to see what was happening with National Breast Care Awareness month. October is officially National Breast Care Awareness month. We here at take health and wellness very seriously and are devoting a great deal of our blogs this month to this topic. After all, your health and wellness play an important part in the purchase of a life insurance policy.

As I was reviewing various tweets and Facebook posts that highlight the need for greater awareness, I came across so many unique and creative ways that our national community is choosing to educate and heighten awareness. I thought I’d share some of them with you. You can also go to the National Breast Care Foundation Facebook page to see them all.

P.F. Chang painted their iconic horse pink and will donate a dollar to the National Breast Care Foundation for every selfie taken with the horse.

Harley-Davidson has a pink label clothes line where a portion of the proceeds go to National Breast Care Foundation.

Scentsy Fragrance has created a new Ribbons and Hope Warmer (it’s beautiful) where a portion of the sale goes to the National Breast Care Foundation.

Even NFL players are wearing pink cleats to help promote awareness.

More than likely we all have been impacted in some way by breast cancer and we all need to get involved. I think it’s great, that as a Nation, we are so behind this cause. Early detection is the key. We need to be sure our young women understand the importance of getting regular checkups. The sooner it’s caught the greater the chance of survival.

About the author:  Michele Cleary has been in the business for over 35 years and holds a CLTC designation. She believes that life insurance can give you and your family peace of mind, especially when you have other things to worry about. Michele now has 4 grown children and knows that proper planning is essential. You can reach her at 1-800-651-1953 or