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Dennis Hissink
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Qwest Sanyo support Komen foundation

content type Press information Mail the editor Posted by Dennis Hissink
Monday, January 8th 2007 - 02:55 CET - Comments: 0
I n the spirit of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Qwest and Sanyo announced that they have extended support to the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation through the proceeds from sales of Qwest Communications International Inc. The program, which began in June and was to end October 31, has been extended through December 31, 2006, and now includes three pink phones. Ten percent of all retail sales of the pink phones through December 31 will be donated to the Komen Foundation with an extended maximum donation of $150,000. Three pink phones by Qwest and Sanyo are now available at all 100 Qwest retail locations in Qwest’s 14-state service area. In addition to Qwest retail locations, the new phones will be sold through Qwest’s call centers and
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Qwest - Commitment to the Komen Foundation

"October is an important month for raising awareness and funds to help fight breast cancer," said Teresa Taylor, executive vice president and chief human resources officer at Qwest. "In light of our ongoing commitment to the Komen Foundation and finding a cure for breast cancer, along with the overwhelming response we've had to our pink phones, Qwest will strengthen its commitment to the Komen Foundation through the extension of this campaign."


Sanyo Fisher Company's Wireless Communications Division

"In June, Sanyo and Qwest came together with an innovative way to offer support for the Komen Foundation. The public's response has prompted us to increase our pledge to the Komen Foundation to help in the fight against breast cancer and raise awareness among Qwest's customers, while offering them the means to stay in touch with families, friends, and business through the use of the pink Sanyo phones," said Andy Kodera, senior vice president and general manager of Sanyo Fisher Company's Wireless Communications Division.


Sanyo Qwest SCP-2400 Misty Rose

The new Katana phone in Cherry Blossom Pink, the SCP-2400 fun flip phone in Misty Rose and SCP-3100 camera phone in Always Pink from Qwest Communications and Sanyo offer the latest features and technology. Introduced last month, the new pink Sanyo Katana offers an excellent screen resolution, superior battery performance, and Bluetooth wireless technology in an ultra-slim profile. The three pink phones serve as an everyday reminder of the dedication and commitment of Qwest, Sanyo, the Komen Foundation, and consumers for helping in the fight against breast cancer.

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