Trekinetic supports breast cancer awareness initiative with ‘Wear it Pink’ seat upgrade

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London-based all-terrain wheelchair manufacturer Trekinetic has launched a new initiative to support the ‘Wear it Pink’ campaign by charity, Breast Cancer Now.

In support of October’s Breast Cancer awareness of month, Trekinetic will be offering a free pink seat upgrade to both their K2 and GTE wheelchairs as well as donating £250 to Breast Cancer Now for each order received in the month of October.

Trekinetic currently offer a choice of over 200 colours but will be making a selection of pink tones available for October at no extra cost to raise awareness and support those suffering from Breast Cancer in the UK.

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Each year around 11,500 lives are lost to breast cancer and unfortunately the coronavirus crisis is having a devastating impact on the ability of many charities to deliver the progress and support that so many people rely on.

Ed Spindle, commercial director at Trekinetic, said: “Trekinetic are always on the lookout for new and inventive ways to support both local and national charities.

“We typically get quite a few requests for pink seats so thought it would be a great way for us to raise awareness and money for charity.”

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