Pink Truck Vibrators - This Month Only!

I think by now, most of us know that October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. It’s the time of year when many people think about fall, pumpkins, sweater weather, and Halloween. For me, it’s all about pink - honoring breast cancer survivors and raising awareness. It's also a time to let survivors, those fighting, and families who have lost loved ones know that they are not alone!

A few years ago, I went to my boss and asked him if we could paint our truck vibrators pink and donate a portion of each sale to the Susan G. Komen foundation. He immediately loved the idea but also worried about how we would pull it off. So we took the idea to the big boss and he instantly jumped on board (have I mentioned I love the company I work for?). Seriously, many companies talk the talk but how many actually walk the walk? Since then, we go pink every October! Not just a little pink….but pink everywhere = our website, social media, limited-edition products, t-shirts, packaging material, and more.

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People often ask me what made me think of this. Why did I want to paint our truck vibrators pink? The answer is easy, my mom - she inspires everything I do. She is a two-time breast cancer survivor, and I’m so proud of how she handled her journey. Before her breast cancer diagnosis, I thought she was the strongest woman I knew. She was always there for others, taking care of our family. After her diagnosis, I knew that was a huge understatement! I will never forget the first time she was being wheeled into surgery, I was trying so hard to be strong for her and she knew I was about to break. She looked at me, smiled, and said “I will be fine. Everything will be alright.” Luckily, she was right (yes, I’m crying as I write this). She survived both of her battles and she is as healthy and strong as ever. Now, whenever she hears of another woman being diagnosed, she reaches out to them to offer guidance, support, or just an understanding ear.

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I don’t do this only for my mom. I have a 10-year old daughter, Sofia. My hope is that she, or any child for that matter, won't need to worry about this. I feel strongly that the money raised for research has helped in so many ways. The breast cancer mortality rate in U.S. women declined 41 percent from 1989-2018. Today, there are more than 3.8 million breast cancer survivors.

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If you’re not moving forward, you're falling behind. When I hear this saying, it reminds me to keep moving forward and do everything I can to help raise awareness. I want to give a big shout-out to the mobile truck market for being so receptive to this cause.

They don't seem to mind at all decorating their trucks with pink vibrators to raise breast cancer awareness. This truck even went one step further and went entirely pink!

truck vibration improves productivity and safetyOur mission statement: "To ignite excellence so that families thrive and communities flourish.” These limited-edition pink vibrators are proof that we, along with everyone supporting this cause, are doing just that. 

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