(Source)Health officials partnered with Cecil County government last week to proclaim October as Breast Cancer Awareness Month and many local businesses have joined the campaign to raise awareness of the importance of checkups and to raise funds to find a cure.Banners are up and pink lights adorn several buildings as a reminder to everyone to give what they can to help fund research. Elkton's Philly Pretzel Factory owners Mike Scrowneck, John Cooley and Mike Derrickson are one of the local businesses helping raise funds for the Susan G. Komen Foundation this year.For the entire month of October, they're making ribbon-shaped pretzels for sale with 50 percent of the proceeds designated to benefit the foundation. Each customer who buys a ribbon-shaped pretzel will be asked to sign a pink paper ribbon the store will display on a "Wall of Fame."
Wednesday, October 26, 2011
Philly Pretzel Factory was featured on Cecil Whig about Philly Soft Pretzel’s involvement in Twisting for a Cure. The mention discusses what Elkton’s Philly Pretzel will be doing all month and their support for the Susan G. Komen Foundation. View the mention here, or read it below: