Get our newsletters

Pine2Pink event invites survivors to leave names on a wall

Posted

The Thompson dealerships, in conjunction with Pine2Pink, have become pink for breast cancer awareness month. Thompson Toyota invited the community to sign the pink panels at the entrance Oct. 10.

The signed panels are a visual celebration of survivors, encouragement to those in recovery and memorials to loved ones lost.

“One of the most powerful aspects of Pine2Pink,” said founder Keith Fenimore, “is the way the program inspires our sponsors to be creative and engage in a way that best serves the community while leveraging their own resources, talents and skills. This is epitomized in the case of the Thompson Organization who totally transformed their entire campus of dealerships pink.”

Fenimore, along with Dr. Donna Angotti, medical director of the Breast Cancer Program at Doylestown Health’s Cancer Institute, and local teacher Sandy Roberts spoke at the event. Survivor Marianne Fenimore, Keith’s mother, was the first to sign.


X