DARCARS is a proud supporter of The National Breast Cancer Foundation through our AutoTex Pink partnership.
During your next service or repair let us explain to you how choosing AutoTex Pink Wiper Blades can support those affected by breast cancer.
Sales of AutoTex PINK windshield wiper blades generate donations to the National Breast Cancer Foundation.
AutoTex PINK windshield wiper blades come in a standard black color with a small pink ribbon promoting the cause of breast cancer research and awareness. They are available in metal or frame less and fit over 98% of vehicles on the road.
AutoTex PINK is a women-owned and created company that's among the nation's leading global suppliers of windshield wipers. With each sale of AutoTex PINK products, a donation will be made to the National Breast Cancer Foundation. Through this partnership, AutoTex PINK hopes to support those affected by breast cancer by helping to increase awareness and contribute to the fight to "Wipe Out Breast CancerTM!" Not only are AutoTex PINK products durable and reliable, but they also help support one of the most beneficial foundations for women worldwide.
AutoTex PINK is sponsored by WEXCO Industries, Inc. a certified WBENC (Women's Business Enterprise National Council) company that is one of the nation's leading global suppliers of OEM quality windshield wipers, auto parts and accessories.
Every three minutes a woman is diagnosed with breast cancer.
One out of eight women will develop breast cancer in her lifetime.
Because of these startling statistics, AutoTex PINK is taking a proactive role in prevention by donating to the National Breast Cancer Foundation. The NBCF is a leading provider of funding for breast cancer research and prevention. Additionally, studies have shown that increased awareness through education and early detection can increase a woman's survival rate by 98 percent!
The National Breast Cancer Foundation:
- Funds research to find a cure
- Educates women about breast cancer, with 85 percent of its funds going directly to the programs about prevention and early detection
- Provides screening for those in need, by providing more than 20,000 free mammograms in the past year