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McLogan and Chromaline Bring Awareness to Breast Cancer and Early Detection

McLogan is donating 100% of profits from any CromaTech WR PINK ink sold to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.

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McLogan is donating 100% of profits from any CromaTech WR PINK ink sold to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
McLogan is donating 100% of profits from any CromaTech WR PINK ink sold to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.

DULUTH, Mont.-McLogan Supply and Chromaline Screen Print Products team up to create CromaTech WR in the color PINK to kick off Breast Cancer Awareness month and raise funds for research. McLogan is donating 100% of profits from any CromaTech WR PINK ink sold to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. 

The companies also aim to bring awareness to early detection. “This year, an estimated 268,600 women in the United States will be diagnosed with invasive breast cancer, and more than 41,760 of those diagnosed are estimated to die. Although rarer in men, it is estimated that 2,670 men will also be diagnosed with breast cancer,” says Chromaline. “Early detection of breast cancer is crucial.”

The fundraiser runs throughout the entire month of October, and the limited edition emulsion will only be available until Oct. 31.

For more information, visit https://chromaline.com

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