Web Hosting Provider FatCow Donated Portion of Sales to Support Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Web Hosting Provider FatCow Donated Portion of Sales to Support Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Web Hosting Provider FatCow Donated Portion of Sales to Support Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Greatresponder.com – 2011-10-20 – On Tuesday, the leading web hosting provider FatCow Web Hosting made the announcement that it will be donating a portion of its sales to the American Cancer Society to support Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

As stated in the press release that was released by the web hosting provider, FatCow will be donate a part of the sale proceeds from each new web hosting account sign-up in the month of October to the breast cancer division of the non-profit organization.

“This cause means a lot to our staff members,” Paul Bukhovko, marketing manager for FatCow said in a statement. “Many of us have had our lives personally impacted by breast cancer, and we want to do everything we can to raise awareness and hopefully find a cure. Every year, when we plan our calendar, we already know what we’re doing in October. It’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and FatCow will be a part of it.”

FatCow claims that all clients that will sign-up with the web hosting provider will not only be making a donation too to the breast cancer research foundation, education and awareness, but the clients that will do so will also be receiving a free domain with unlimited storage, bandwidth and mailboxes.

“We’re always looking to grow our FatCow community and we want customers to join us in this awareness campaign, which is why, for the fifth straight year, we’re setting aside a portion of the proceeds from every new customer who signs up in October and putting it toward breast cancer research and advocacy programs,” Bukhovko said in a statement.

The web hosting company is inspiriting its clients to do the same and raise breat cancer awareness ad well as donate money of their own. FatCow are also encouraging them to share their own stories, Bukhovko invited them to visit the Facebook page to post their stories.

“The FatCow herd has been very supportive of this cause in the past and we look forward to having them get involved again this year,” Bukhovko stated. “We know that many of them are running their own awareness campaigns, whether it’s raising money or simply including a pink ribbon on their FatCow-hosted website, and we want to hear about it. Visit us on our Facebook page at facebook.com/FatCow and tell us your story.”