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Coppafeel! Founder Kris Hallenga Explains All About the Charity’s #Brahijack Campaign

EXPERTS say it can take anywhere between two and eight months to form a new habit. But you can’t really know how long it will take until you adopt a new one, be it good or bad. The new #brahijack labels appears in high street store such as Next and Tesco So if it’s a good habit – like regular boob checking – you may need help. That’s why we send free texts to your phone if you join our SMS boob love reminder service. We now have a whopping 38,000 people signed up to what I believe is a pretty amusing service. As the summer rolls in Coppafeel! turn… Read More

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Transwestern Raises More Than $10,000 in Second Year Supporting National Charity Partner, Make-A-Wish®

Transwestern’s Karen Johns and Terri Redman at the Brews for Benefit event in Denver supporting Make-A-Wish®. The event raised more than $10,000 to help grant wishes for children with life-threatening medical conditions. Transwestern’s Brad Cohen and his band, The Fax Axel, volunteered their musical talents at the Brews for Benefit event in Denver supporting Make-A-Wish®. The event raised more than $10,000 to help grant wishes for children with life-threatening medical conditions. DENVER, June 08, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Transwestern’s Denver office today announces it raised more than $10,000 at its second annual fundraiser on May 17 to support the firm’s national philanthropy partner, Make-A-Wish®. Approximately 150 people attended the Brews… Read More

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Denver Day

Photos: Rain Can’t Stop the Denver Day of Rock

Fans cheers as Eldren performs during Denver Day of Rock Saturday, May 27, 2017 on Curtis and 16th streets. The free music festival features 25 bands performing on five music stages and benefits AMP The Cause, a nonprofit that supports 50 child-focused health and education organizations. (Daniel Brenner, Special to the Denver Post) Rain dampened downtown Denver’s streets but not its spirits Saturday evening, as an eclectic mix of bands and an energy driven by charity shook off the gloom for the eighth annual Denver Day of Rock festival. Organizers expected about 100,000 people to listen to bands or sample from food trucks spread out along the 16th Street Mall.… Read More

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