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Pink trucks make deliveries that count

I would like to share a story regarding a fantastic display of community support by local company, Superior Propane.

Have you ever seen a massive pink and white propane truck? Superior Propane’s Pink Truck program travelled all over British Columbia delivering litres of propane to customers, and generating a generous donation of $15,000 to the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation – BC/ Yukon Region (CBCF). The annual donation is part of an ongoing Pink Truck program where Superior donates a portion from every litre of propane delivered by one of its highly visible pink trucks.

To celebrate four years of support for CBCF’s vision of creating a future without breast cancer, the committed Superior Propane team dressed in all shades of pink to present a cheque on Thursday, March 13 at their Delta Head Office. This brings their four year fundraising total to nearly $75,000, which has allowed CBCF to invest in vital breast cancer research in BC, which benefits women throughout our province and beyond.

Kerrie Bowers

Marketing & Communication Specialist

Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation - BC/Yukon Region

Vancouver

 

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