In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the company announced it will donate 5 percent of all sales of its special edition Pink Charm Wands during October to the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer movement in North Texas. The company kicked off the campaign by donating $5,000 to the walk event.
Makers of wine purification systems, PureWine offers wine filters that eliminate headaches and other negative side effects by removing the histamines and sulfites that cause wine allergies, all without altering the flavor of this timeless beverage.
The Pink Charm Wands were included in GMA’s Deals and Steals segment. Tory Johnson featured exclusive discounts for viewers on items supporting breast cancer awareness month. Each Wand purifies a single glass of wine. The box also contains an assortment of twist-off charms so you never lose track of your glass again.
“We realize the importance of giving back to the communities we serve and one way to do this is by supporting breast cancer research which is close to our hearts,” said Dr. David Meadows, co-founder of PureWine. “We are advocates for health-conscious living. PureWine wants wine enthusiasts to enjoy the unique pleasures and proven health benefits of wine while helping raise funds for breast cancer research.”
The company was founded by Dr. Meadows and his son, Derek, who both suffered from wine-related headaches and other allergic reactions. They turned to the science of wine to create purifiers that eliminate these side effects without otherwise changing the wine chemistry. That was the beginning of PureWine.
Check out Pure Wine this month and feel good knowing you can help raise funds for breast cancer research while enjoying your favorite glass of wine. Find the Pink Charm Wands on their website.