Each year, we look toward October as a way to honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month

at Cottingham Chalk. Usually the the signature pink ribbons go up on the building within

the first few days of October to serve as a reminder of our continuous hope, to show support

for those fighting & admiration for the survivors.

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Once during this brightly colored month, we turn our sales meeting into a sea of pink as

we support the fight against breast cancer. We really had some fun this year by:

Having a musical guest, PINK, rocking out via video as we arrived.

The pink panther was a topic of conversation. 

Awarding a fun little prize for the pinkest person

And other fun little activities

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Daniel Cottingham, Buster Cox, Goldee Payton, Sandy Larsh,

Dan Cottingham, John Chalk & Aaron Davis

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Sara Roche & Baxter Hayes

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Our two pinkest people: Donna Cox & Susan Knee Smith

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Carla Shober, Suzanne Lail, Daniel Cottingham & Skip O’Neal

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Dan Cottingham, Judy Raghavan & John Chalk

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While you can tell we have a little fun with our Think Pink Sales Meeting, we really take

Breast Cancer Awareness seriously. We all know someone who has been touched by Breast

Cancer in some way, shape or form. We look at it as a great way  to increase awareness

of the disease & the unbelievable effect it has on so many each year. It’s pretty scary to think,

231,840 new cases of breast cancer will be discovered in 2015 alone.

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Interested in a few more facts about Breast Cancer?

Please visit the Susan G. Komen website!

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Our pink ribbons are up, we are wearing our pink and we will continue throughout Pinktober.

We will be supporting the fighters,

admiring the survivors,

honoring all

and never giving up our hope! 

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