Scosche Pledges 10% of All October Proceeds From to Susan G. Komen for the Cure

Scosche Pledges 10% of All October Proceeds From to Susan G. Komen for the Cure
October 02 11:24 2013 Print This Article


Cancer isn’t a word I like to hear, after losing my dad in January from lung cancer all of a sudden and my aunt being diagnosed with breast cancer immediately afterwards. Tough year for me, that’s for sure. So when I hear about a company donating 10% of their monthly proceeds to a cancer society to find a cure, it means a lot to me. Scosche isn’t a tiny business at all, and I have all my respect in the world for this company right now.

Scosche is encouraging it’s customers to purchase the pink versions of its most popular products to support the fight for breast cancers, however, all products and colors will be counted towards their amazing contribution.

“Unfortunately approximately 1 in every 8 women in the U.S. will develop breast cancer over the course of their life,” said Kas Alves, Executive Vice President Scosche Industries.  “We all know someone affected by this terrible disease and felt the need to contribute to such a worthy cause.”

The company is asking its customers to purchase pink models of its most popular products.  This includes Scosche’s RHYTHM Bluetooth Armband Heart Rate Monitor, which provides a work out summary showing the user’s pulse, calories burned, and distance traveled.

The award-winning boomBOTTLE is portable speaker also available in Pink.  The rugged weatherproof wireless speaker delivers up to 10 hours of remarkable audio and fits in the water bottle cage of most bicycles.

Lighting powered device users can show their support with a pink boltBOX or strikeLINE charge and sync cable.   The matchbox sized boltBOX features a retractable lightning cable that eliminates tangles and adds a bit of style to every charge.

boltBOX open pink
Music lovers can support the cause with Scosche’s pink thudBUDs.  The noise isolating earbuds produce genuine acoustics, solid mids and bursting bass to let the user hear their music the way it was meant to be heard.

Please go to and purchase products. Spread the word. Thank you.

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