Pink Ribbon Girls receive funding


Klosterman Bread donates to local organization

Left to right: Dana Bullock (left) and Amy Schmitz (center) of Klosterman Bread of Cincinnati present a check totaling $10,000 to Heather Salazar of the Pink Ribbon Girls of Dayton.


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DAYTON — Wrapping up its Pink Loaf campaign in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Klosterman Bread donated one-hundred percent of the proceeds from the Pink Loaves sold throughout the six-week campaign to Pink Ribbon Girls with a public presentation of the check.

Consumers showed support by purchasing specially marked Pink Loaves in local grocery aisles where participating items are sold. Collectively, Klosterman Bread reached its goal of raising $10,000 for Pink Ribbon Girls.

With the help of this donation, the organization aims to launch new educational and support efforts to expand young women’s knowledge on breast cancer.

Left to right: Dana Bullock (left) and Amy Schmitz (center) of Klosterman Bread of Cincinnati present a check totaling $10,000 to Heather Salazar of the Pink Ribbon Girls of Dayton.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/19/2016/01/web1_PinkRibbonGirls.jpgLeft to right: Dana Bullock (left) and Amy Schmitz (center) of Klosterman Bread of Cincinnati present a check totaling $10,000 to Heather Salazar of the Pink Ribbon Girls of Dayton. Photo submitted
Klosterman Bread donates to local organization

Reach the Pink Ribbon Girls toll free at (877) 269-5367 or email info@pinkribbongirls.org.

Reach the Pink Ribbon Girls toll free at (877) 269-5367 or email info@pinkribbongirls.org.

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