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Antalis supports breast cancer with sales of HP Office Pink Ream

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Antalis will be helping to raise money for breast cancer research through sales of specially designed, limited edition packs of HP Office Pink Ream.

Breast cancer is the most common cause of death for women under 35 in Europe. One in eight women, and men, are affected by this devastating illness each year. Antalis, for the fourth year running, will be selling limited edition packs of HP Office Pink Ream to support ‘Think Pink Europe’, an organisation that works to unite breast cancer campaigns and organisations across Europe.


HP will be donating 10p for every ream of HP Office Pink Ream paper sold, with 80% of the funds raised through the initiative going to the Pink Ribbon Foundation in the UK to support local projects.


Every year there are 500,000 new breast cancer diagnoses. These sad statistics could be changed with intense research on the condition. That is why Antalis is proud to be supporting Think Pink Europe through the sale of HP Pink Ream.


To date, sales of HP Pink Ream have contributed over £340,000 to breast cancer research thanks to the support of HP customers. Antalis has been given the opportunity to sell HP Pink Ream paper and it wants to sell as many reams as possible to raise more money for this worthy charity. Antalis is also encourages customers to undertake their own fundraising initiatives to support this incredible cause.

HP Pink Ream is traditional HP Office 80 g/m2 A4 office paper and comes with all the same quality, whiteness, FSC certification, and guarantees, the brand is known for. In purchasing this limited edition pink wrap, customers will be helping to raise awareness of breast cancer as well as contributing to a very worthwhile cause.

HP Pink Ream paper will be available to purchase from Antalis from September, while stocks last. Please contact your local branch for further details and to stock up on this quality copier to show your support.


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