Audio Trends’ Good Cause

Audio Trends’ Good Cause

"Most of us have a loved one, close friend or at least know of the devastating effects of Breast Cancer. It does not discriminate between young women, grand mothers and the rich and famous. Yes, even our ladies in the Audio Trends family have had it and thankfully survived. Important research has helped extend lives. To contribute even just a little, we have arranged in conjunction with our business partners for a $10 donation to be made to the Breast Cancer Network Australia on our most popular gift ideas sold during the month of May."

Great to see such initiatives taking place within our industry, and this important research and continued contributions through programs such as this hopefully make a small but important difference. Well done Audio Trends.

Breast Cancer Network Australia

To see the range of products on sale, and to support Audio Trends in this initiative, visit Audio Trends.

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Tags: audio trends  breast cancer 

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