Go Pink with Dishmatic for Breast Cancer Awareness Month

EasyDo Products launches wider range of limited edition pink Dishmatic products for Breast Cancer Awareness Month This October, EasyDo Products Ltd, manufacturers of the Dishmatic range of dispensing fillable and refillable washing up tools, is excited to announce the third year of its collaboration with Against Breast Cancer, to raise much needed funds and awareness for the charity during Breast Cancer Awareness Month. £10,000 will be donated to their UK Charity partner Against Breast Cancer and special pink limited-edition Dishmatic handles and Dishmatic Glide brush will be available throughout October 2018 in aid of the partnership. The stand-out products have been designed to further promote Breast Cancer Awareness Month and encourage consumers to donate to a Breast Cancer charity The limited edition pink charity Dishmatic will be priced at £1.50 and available in Asda, Sainsburys, Tesco, Waitrose and Wilko for the month of October. For the first year Dishmatic will also be turning their new Glide Brush pink which will be available at Sainsburys, Tesco Waitrose & Wilko, priced at £3. Gavin Braine, Commercial Director of EasyDo Products Ltd said: “We are delighted to re-launch this limited edition pink Dishmatic in collaboration with Against Breast Cancer during this year’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month. We’re excited to reach even more consumers this year by turning our Dishmatic, Glide Brush and Scrubbee packaging pink, driving awareness for Breast Cancer Awareness Month and our chosen charity. At EasyDo we’re proud to be donating £10,000 to this incredible charity who work tirelessly on groundbreaking research to improve the detection, treatment and increase survival after breast cancer diagnosis.” Kelly Gibson, Corporate Partnerships Manager at Against Breast Cancer, said: “This is the third year Dishmatic have supported our research with a £10,000 donation. Against Breast Cancer receives no government funding and solely rely on their individual and corporate supporters to fund their vital research into secondary spread breast cancer concentrating on: earlier detection, reducing risk and new treatments. We are proud to be partnered with such an empathetic company with such wonderful and generous customers.” (same as last year- can change)

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