During the Holidays Support Project Boobies and its Mission to Raise Money
10/29/2010

ProjectBoobies.com Breast Cancer Shirts and Breast Cancer Clothes Make Great Gifts

Online PR News – 29-October-2010 – – During this holiday season, remember to give the type of gift that keeps giving by supporting Project Boobies (http://ProjectBoobies.com/), a new organization that dedicates up to 50% of profits directly to Kokolulu Farm & Cancer Retreats – a Free Cancer Retreat Charity.

While many organizations support breast cancer clothes by donating percentages of between 1-5 percent of total sales, Project Boobies will deliver up to 50 percent of total profits directly to cancer charities like Kokolulu Farms & Cancer Retreats – a cancer charity focused on the mental side of fighting cancer.

The holidays are a time when charitable giving and donations typically are on the rise, but there’s always a need for more, according to Founder Rob Schmidt. Schmidt developed ProjectBoobies.com to develop awareness for early breast cancer detection and The Kokolulu Farm & Cancer Retreat non-profit through its efforts.

“Our initial breast cancer shirt sales have been very brisk and we’re looking for a great holiday season to be able to give to Kokolulu as best we can,” said Schmidt. “We’re changing the way companies donate to charity by donating up to 10 times more than many companies give when selling breast cancer items tied to a cause – our support is where our mouth is in this organization.”

In addition, Schmidt says, Model Cassandra Lynn has autographed several ProjectBoobies.com breast cancer shirts, all of which will be auctioned for charity, with 100 percent of the proceeds to be donated.

Lynn was Playboy Magazine’s “Playmate of the Month” for February 2006, and has been a cover model on several magazines as well as TV appearances on “The Apprentice” and “Last Comic Standing.”

Project Boobies has a new line of men’s and women’s breast cancer t-shirts now available online. Both the men’s and women’s apparel was inspired by Schmidt’s daughter and wife, to give hope and offer a sense of focus. The logo features a breast cancer ribbon tied around one of the index fingers as a “reminder” to do self breast exams and mammograms to detect breast cancer early.

Both men’s breast cancer shirts and women’s breast cancer shirts are priced at $19.95. The soft-style ring spun cotton shirts come in S, M, L, XL and XXL; they are available immediately. The tagline “I Grab a Feel So Cancer Can’t Steal” encourages women to routinely check their bodies and get regularly mammograms.

Project Boobies raises funds for breast cancer research through the sales of its breast cancer apparel online at www.projectboobies.com. For more information or to order, go to the Web site or call (888) 957-4678.