Uttermost teams with City of Hope on pink mirror project

HIGH POINT –Uttermost is introducing a Pink Sea Coral mirror in partnership with City of Hope to help bring awareness to breast cancer and make a positive impact on breast cancer research.

Uttermost said its hope is that the mirror “not only brings beauty to interior spaces but also warmth and comfort to individuals, families and communities that are affected by this disease.

“A mirror doesn’t just provide a place to put on your makeup or check your outfit, it is a true reflection of who YOU are – inside and out. We hope this mirror always reminds you of your internal and external beauty and strength!”

All proceeds from the sale of this mirror will be donated to City of Hope, whose mission is “transforming the future of health. Every day we turn science into practical benefit. We turn hope into reality. We accomplish this through exquisite care, innovative research and vital education focused on eliminating cancer and diabetes.”

“City of Hope means so much to many of us here at Uttermost,” said President Mac Cooper. “We are excited to partner in this way and to give back to such a noble organization. Many within our Uttermost family have been affected by breast cancer and this is a special way to honor them.”

Uttermost will hold a pink champagne toast to celebrate the launch, honor those currently battling breast cancer and celebrate survivors on Sunday, Oct. 15 at 3 p.m. in the front of its showroom, IHFC-C448 (make a sharp right turn at the entrance).

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