LOS ANGELES, Calif., Oct. 1, 2009 – For the fourth consecutive year, CCS Girls Online will offer limited-edition co-branded tees benefiting Boarding for Breast Cancer (B4BC) throughout the month of October, which is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
“CCS is pleased to be partnering another year with B4BC in raising awareness of this terrible disease through the sale of our exclusively designed t-shirts,” said Susan Van Arsdale, Managing Director, CCS.
“This year, we have one of the best t-shirt selections to date; including one specially designed tee by a customer contest winner. With every t-shirt sold, 100 percent of the proceeds will be donated to furthering B4BC’s outreach in educating young adults about early detection and an active lifestyle. We applaud B4BC for saving lives through their efforts!”
Sold exclusively at CCS Girls Online, 18 different designs will be offered from top industry brands including Billabong, Burton, CCS, Circa, DC, DVS, Element, etnies, Ezekiel, Hurley, Matix, Osiris, Skullcandy, Volcom, and Von Zipper beginning Oct. 1.
Last year, saw the addition of the inaugural “Design a B4BC Tee” contest giving one aspiring designer the opportunity to design a tee. This year’s winning tee, from Sara Johnson of Chillicothe, Missouri, will also be available exclusively at CCS Girls Online.
Visit b4bc.org for more information about Boarding for Breast Cancer.
CCS markets and sells apparel, footwear, skateboard and snowboard products, primarily targeting teenage guys and girls who either actively skate and board or aspire to the skate and snowboarder lifestyle via catalogs and the internet. CCS offers a wide selection of well-known board sport-inspired name brands such as Element, DC Shoes, Vans, Fallen, Emerica, Volcom and Nike SB, as well as its own CCS brand.
About Boarding for Breast Cancer (B4BC)
Boarding For Breast Cancer (B4BC) is a non-profit, youth-focused education, awareness, and fundraising foundation. Our mission is to increase awareness about breast cancer, the importance of early detection and the value of an active lifestyle.