The power suit is a staple in every gentleman’s wardrobe; be it grey or black, single or double-breasted. Impeccable tailoring and clean lines denote a classically strong, influential and desirable man—think James Bond or Danny Ocean. A well-dressed, distinguished man tends to trigger a “weak in the knees” syndrome for most ladies. Until now, that is. Pink Boxers Distribution, Inc. (Pink Boxers, PB) is stripping down to the basics and bringing a new meaning to the phrase “it’s what’s underneath that counts.” Forget the sleek power suit. A man who confidently dons Pink Boxers not only shows he cares, but does so while proving that style and quality are paramount. Pink Boxers was established exclusively to raise funds for early detection, financial aid and breast cancer awareness, with 100 percent of its profits going to the cause. Now, it doesn’t get much sexier than that, does it?
Pink Boxers is unique in that it is the only breast cancer organization to market products for men. This allows men to show their true colors, support loved ones in a distinctive and unique way and participate in a cause about which they too, feel strongly. PB’s ultra-soft (100% fine-combed cotton) and stylish boxer shorts are made to be the finest available anywhere.
Pink Boxers was founded by Ted Banzhaf in honor of his late wife, Linda, who lost her valiant five plus year battle with breast cancer on her birthday in 2007. Since then, Banzhaf has set out to create a company with a pink mission and a purposeful goal: to raise significant funds for early detection and financial aid for those fighting breast cancer.
Well, this article could be slightly late as Breast Cancer Campaign month is just over, but the true meaning and intention of this work is never be too late to share. You can place your order from www.pinkboxers.org.
Well done, Ted Banzhaf.
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