The month of February is equated with the heart. Between Valentine’s day and the American Heart Association kicking off their annual campaign to educate people about heart disease, its prevention and cures…hearts are prevalent everywhere.
Hearts represent love…hearts represent caring...Hearts are life-giving
We’re offering you an opportunity to show your big heart and help to change a life.
Here are three of our partners who have GREAT BIG HEARTS! They each have unique campaigns where a portion of their profits go to some pretty fabulous foundations!
We’d like to encourage you to “Have a Heart” and buy something from these wonderful organizations to help support their causes.In doing so you will be helping to change a life
In addition…when you make that purchase, X-Wear.com will ALSO send them $2 for each purchase YOU make. So...for the entire month of February this counts for every purchase by you of any item from one of these three brands:
So not only are YOU donating to their foundations by purchasing, but we are adding a contribution of our own as well...That's DOUBLE THE HEART! Read more about each of these charities on this month's BLOG
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