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Redeemable for 1 Gift of Life "Pink Shopping Card"
To redeem your Epontoday.com voucher. Print and take to the Gift of Life Offices at 2390 Dowlen Road, Beaumont. Present voucher in exchange for "Pink Shopping Card"
"Pink Shopping Card" shopping days are from 10/25/12 to 11/5/12.
This deal in non-refundable.
Voucher expires 11/6/12 at 12:01 am.
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- 100% of all purchases of this deal go to the Gift of Life.
- $50 Shopping Card is 100% Tax Deductible.
- Save 20% at more than 600 Participating Southeast Texas Merchants.
- 12 Days of Discount Shopping from 10/25 to 11/5/2012.
- Free Goods and Services with PINK-pons from Local Merchants (coupons valued at over $500)
- Shopping Cards make great gifts.
- For $50 you get one Pink Shopping Card which enables you to 12 days of discount shopping at over 600 participating Southeast Texas Merchants, a Priceless Value!
The Gift of Life's Pink Shopping Card's 600 Participating Merchants are providing a 20% discount on everything in their stores between the dates of Oct. 25 and Nov. 5. In addition to the savings you will get with this card, there is $500 worth of Pink-pons. Pink-pons give you free goods and services from local merchants. Here are a few:
- Body Balance Massage Therapy Center – Free 30 minute massage session (relaxing scalp, neck, hands & feet) with Melinda McWherter valued at $35.
- Hazel House – Free MOR Luxurious Skin Care and Lifestyle products valued at $25
- Florida Tans - Free UV free Mystic Spray Tan valued at $30
****$50 purchase of a Pink Shopping Card is 100% tax-deductible****
The Gift Of Live
Our Mission is to provide Southeast Texans extensive educational outreach that focuses on breast, prostate,testicular, ovarian, and other gynecological cancers; free mammograms and prostate cancer screenings with access to follow-up treatment for medically underserved women and men; and a tobacco prevention program, which targets both adults and children.
The Julie Rogers “Gift of Life” Program was established in Beaumont, Texas, in 1994 by Regina Rogers as a tribute to her mother, Julie, a breast cancer survivor, who had a double mastectomy in 1988 and who died following complications from a stroke and heart attack in 1998. Originally dedicated to providing free mammograms for medically underserved women, in the past twelve years, the organization’s services have multiplied and the agency has grown into one of the largest cancer screening initiatives of its type in the state of Texas.