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Pink hair? We care! Help Ashley Homestore raise funds for breast cancer research

Ashley Homestore owner will dye his hair pink if $12,000 is raised for breast cancer research this Pinktober
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Ashley Homestore, your local source for top quality furniture and home accents in Sudbury, North Bay, and Espanola, wants Paul, the store owner, to dye his hair pink – and you can help make this happen!

“It’s Pinktober and we are raising awareness for Breast Cancer Research,” says Grant Carriere, Sales Manger. “If we raise at least $12,000, Paul will dye his hair pink. Please help us raise funds for a very worthy cause.”

It’s easy to get involved. Tickets are on sale for $10. Each ticket enters you into a draw for fantastic prizes. Up for grabs is a Bladen Sofa (value $869.96), an Anniversary Mattress (value $699.96), a Nerviano recliner (value $499.96), and a GE laundry pair (value $1239.90).

But they don’t stop there.

“We will be giving $30 for every VIP membership card purchased, in addition to giving a portion of our sales. Anything you can do to help us would be appreciated.”

This is far from the first time Ashley Homestore has given back in such a robust way. The company is well known in the communities where it operates for being a leader in supporting non-profit organizations and causes. Giving back is a full-time value for every member of the team.

Ashley Homestore is equally committed to the customers it serves. In light of the ongoing pandemic and to increase customer service, the store is building up its online presence. As the lengthy catalog transitions online, customers are invited to call to discuss items they need that are not yet visible on the website. When complete, customers will have the option of visiting any of the COVID-compliant locations in Sudbury, North Bay, and Espanola, or arranging their purchases online from the comfort of their own homes. Many items are already online; check back frequently for updates. Both delivery and pickup are offered for home shoppers.

This October help Ashley Homestore reach – exceed – their goal of $12,000 for breast cancer research, and help them make Paul dye his hair pink. Be a part of the change with a company that cares. Visit today to learn more.


Riley Smith

About the Author: Riley Smith

Riley Smith is a news editor who has been a member of the Village Media team since November 2018. A graduate of history and political science at Algoma University, these also happen to be her favourite topics to read and write about.
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