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Lafonn Supports Susan G. Komen Orange County with Jewelry Collection

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CA – Jewelry brand Lafonn announces a special collection to celebrate National Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October. For each piece purchased, a percentage of proceeds will benefit Susan G. Komen Orange County, a nonprofit organization with a mission to provide breast health initiatives and research.

The Pink Ribbon Collection includes three necklaces crafted in sterling silver bonded with platinum and pink and clear Lassaire simulated diamonds. Each design incorporates a pink ribbon, the universal symbol for breast cancer awareness. Prices are from $100 to $180 MSRP.

Lafonn’s CEO, Molly Wang, said, “In celebration of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Lafonn is proud to partner with Komen Orange County and help in the fight against breast cancer. We believe in serving our community and giving back to causes we believe in.”

Julie Cozort, marketing director at Komen Orange County, said, “We are excited to have Lafonn Jewelry as a partner in the fight against breast cancer helping to raise awareness. It’s companies like these who support us and allow us to continue to provide vital breast health care in the community and fund life-saving global research.”

Lafonn’s Pink Ribbon Collection is available at over 1,000 authorized retailers in North America. For more information, visit www.lafonn.com.

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