Tanger Outlets recently presented Beebe Medical Foundation with a check for $61,150, a portion of the proceeds from its 2019 Tanger Pink Style Campaign.
The two organizations partnered to sell more than 10,000 Pink Savings Cards during the October campaign. Tanger shoppers were offered unlimited use of Pink Savings Cards in two formats: a mobile card on shoppers’ phones or a physical card. For $10, the Pink Savings Cards gave shoppers 25 percent off a single purchase at participating Tanger Outlet stores again and again during the campaign. Shoppers saved big on brand names and designer fashions while making a big impact on the fight against breast cancer.
“We are proud to join forces with our valued shoppers and retailers to raise awareness and much-needed funds for breast cancer research and prevention,” said Steven B. Tanger, president and CEO of Tanger Factory Outlet Centers Inc. “We empathize with every customer, retailer and employee who has been affected by this disease, and we are fully committed to supporting these important organizations, like Beebe Heathcare’s oncology services, with the goal of finding a cure to a disease that has affected so many families.”
Proceeds from the campaign were split between the Breast Cancer Research Foundation and Beebe Healthcare’s oncology services.
“We are truly honored to be chosen as the beneficiary of Tanger’s 2019 Pink Style Campaign. Our team loved being a part of the campaign, selling cards, marketing the campaign, and raising funds to make a difference in the lives of so many. The funds raised will go a long way in helping in the fight against breast cancer right here in Sussex County,” said Amy Popovich, Beebe Medical Foundation event coordinator.
“We are so grateful for this community partnership with our local Tanger Outlet stores. So many of those who shop and work at Tanger are patients of Beebe, have family members who work at Beebe, or simply are donors of Beebe. It was a fun and easy way for everyone to make a donation and make a difference. It is a perfect partnership that I look forward to strengthening in future years,” said Tom Protack, Beebe Medical Foundation president.