(Courtesy photo) Lifetime Products' special edition pink kayaks sport the “Casting for Recovery” logo. Twenty-five dollars of each sale will be donated to the Casting for Recovery organization, a national non-profit breast cancer support and education program for women.
Pink kayaks from Utah’s Lifetime to help fight breast cancer
THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE
First Published Oct 10 2012 08:30 am • Last Updated Jan 14 2013 11:32 pm
Lifetime Products, a Clearfield-based company that makes sporting goods, playground equipment and other lifestyle products, is marketing special-edition pink kayaks that it hopes will be purchased by fly-fishing enthusiasts who would like to show their support for the fight against breast cancer.
The company’s pink kayaks sport the "Casting for Recovery" logo.
Lifetime says the kayaks are available at its online store for $550, with $25 of each sale donated to the Casting for Recovery organization, a national nonprofit breast cancer support and education program for women. It provides fly-fishing retreats at more than 30 locations in the Untied States for women who have or have had breast cancer.
The pink kayaks are described as a 9-foot-by-8-inch sit-inside craft that feature two fly rod holders.
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