PARK CITY, Utah, Sept. 27, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Driving divas have a serious reason to primp their rides this October. CarLashes™ "Wink Pink" campaign is raising money for the Image Reborn Foundation, which provides free healing retreats to women who have been diagnosed with breast cancer. For each pink pair of CarLashes™ purchased through www.carlashes.com in October, CarLashes™ will donate $5 to the Image Reborn Foundation in honor of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
CarLashes™ are flexible plastic eyelashes that are attached above cars' headlights; at $26.99/ pair, pink CarLashes™ are an adorable, affordable way to spread smiles, awareness and hope during National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Breast cancer is an issue that's deeply personal to CarLashes™ inventor Robert Small, "After losing my mother to breast cancer, I had to find a way to help. Pink ribbons have promoted breast cancer awareness for years. I realized pink CarLashes™ could be just like pink ribbons. They could provide millions of new exposures to raise awareness for breast cancer. Donating proceeds of pink CarLashes™ to Image Reborn helps women with breast cancer and honors my mother's bright spirit and brave fight."
Invented by Robert and Dottie Small, husband and wife entrepreneurs whose product development company Turbo Style Products, LLC is based in Park City, Utah, CarLashes™ launched in June 2010 to immediate success. A clever story, "Batting Your CarLashes™", by CNN's Jeannie Moos helped build momentum for the whimsical headlight accessories. CarLashes™ have been featured on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer (CNN), The Rachael Ray Show, The Jay Leno Show, The Steve Harvey Show, and in publications such as Family Circle Magazine and Marie Claire. CarLashes™ products are sold at www.carlashes.com; in AutoZone and Pep Boy stores nationwide; and in over 90 countries. Over 71, 000 Facebook fans follow CarLashes™ and from fan comments like this, it's clear that CarLashes™ simply make people smile:
"I love my CarLashes. They put so many smiles on people's faces, especially the kids. Thank you so much for bringing so much joy to people's lives."
Christoph & Company
About Image Reborn:
Image Reborn provides healing retreats to women who have been diagnosed with breast cancer. The focus is on encouraging women to reclaim their sense of personal power and to strengthen them in their journey toward healing and living fully on all levels. The retreats are offered at no charge to participants once they arrive in Utah. Image Reborn's programs are facilitated by a professional staff with backgrounds and experience in addressing the special concerns of women with breast cancer. Image Reborn Foundation is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization supported by grants and donations and is based in Park City, Utah.