Hope Lives Announces Exciting Partnership with Waterpik®
Hope Lives is excited to announce a partnership with Waterpik® that will take place from September 15th through October 31st, 2015.
Waterpik® will generously donate $10 from every Pink Aquarius® Professional Water Flosser model sold during October’s Breast Cancer Awareness month and the last two weeks of September from the Waterpik® Online Store, Drugstore.com and Amazon.com.
The Waterpik® Water Flosser is the easy and more effective way to floss. It takes just a minute a day for healthier gums and a brighter smile! It’s clinically proven to be up to 50% more effective than traditional string floss for improving gum health and removes up to 99.9% of plaque from treated areas. Pulse Modulation Technology cleans deep between the teeth and below the gumline, removing harmful bacteria and debris that traditional brushing and flossing can’t reach. The stylish Designer Aquarius® Water Flosser features a pink and satin chrome finish, 10 pressure settings for personalized control, and a water on/off switch built into the handle that eliminates mess. Seven flossing tips are included, along with a storage case, and the water reservoir has a generous 90 seconds of water capacity for a fully satisfying hygiene experience.
The Pink Aquarius® Water Flosser is available for purchase online at and retails for $89.99. In support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, $10 for each unit purchased from September 15th through October 31st on the Waterpik® Online Store, Drugstore.com or Amazon.com will be donated to Hope Lives, a breast cancer support center.
Additional Drop Off Locations for "Women Caring for Women " shawls and blankets:
Sather's Leading Jewelers (300 E. Foothills Pkwy., Fort Collins CO)
Style Magazine (211 W. Myrtle, Fort Collins CO)
Hope Lives Office (2629 Redwing Rd. Suite #260, Fort Collins CO)
Allstate Insurance (1001 Cleveland Ave., Loveland CO)
Kenna's Kards for the Kure
Custom, handmade cards perfect for any occation. Every card sold helps women with breast cancer.