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APPLETON, WI -- Flatline Corp. reports that sales of its Think Pink stickers and temporary tattoos have raised $5,000 to date for the American Cancer Society's "Making Strides Against Breast Cancer" program.
Ryan Burns, one of Flatline's owners, explained that the Think Pink campaign was inspired by a conversation with one of the company's clients, and was launched in November of last year. "The response has been greater than any of us ever imagined," he said.
In a recent ceremony, Burns and co-owner Bill Stone, along with sales director Mark Riggle, presented the $5,000 check to a representative of the American Cancer Society.
"We are proud to have brought the opportunity to assist in funding breast cancer research to our industry through this project," Stone said. He added that Flatline will continue to support efforts to find a cure through future contributions from Think Pink sales.
Stone and Burns extended thanks to the vending operators and consumers across the country for their enthusiastic support of the worthwhile endeavor. Information may be had by calling (877) 499-3528.