Promote Your Event With Awareness Products From The Pink Ribbon Store
Our templates can be used to help promote you next breast cancer awareness event. Not only will you be able to select from premium designs but, you will also help support The Cancer Support Center with every purchase that you make. Graphicsland Inc. and all of its websites are proud to support breast cancer awareness and proud to be partners with The Cancer Support Center.
Die Cut Stickers
Our die cut stickers are made from the finest vinyl materials. We use automotive-grade colored inks, so the image is resistant to weather, carwashes, etc.
Our bumper stickers are made from the finest synthetic (polypropylene or polyester - similar to vinyl, but thinner and stronger) materials. We use automotive-grade color pigments that are heat-fused onto the material, so the image is resistant to weather, carwashes, etc.
Custom Pin-Back Buttons
Our pins have a durable metal shell and a waterproof mylar outer cover. We only offer pins that are 2-1/4" in diameter.
Our signs can be printed at different sizes and a variety of materials to suit your needs. These include standard or glossy paper, window clings or stickers, or even perforated window vinyl.
Our banners are printed on a premium 13oz scrim vinyl material with UV and water resistant inks. We design our products to be used outside continually for up to three years and can be hung with either banner tabs or integrated grommets.
The Cancer Support Center provides FREE comprehensive resources that help people improve their quality of life during the cancer experience. The Center was formed in 1994, when six Southland women worked together to open a home-like center, now with two locations, Homewood and Mokena, for people in more than 70 Chicago Southland and Northwest Indiana communities. In 2010, The Center provided over 11,000 service hours with over 9,000 visits by individuals and families facing a cancer diagnosis. All programs are facilitated by experienced clinical professionals, and our services always are free of charge to anyone affected by cancer: the person with cancer, loved ones, friends and bereaved of all ages. The Cancer Support Center is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Visit The Cancer Support Center’s website at cancersupportcenter.org for further information.