Buy a mattress and help in the battle against cancer

By Euro Weekly News Tuesday, 12 April 2016 10:27 0
CURRENT MANAGER:  Ana Isabel Fuentes Martinez. CURRENT MANAGER: Ana Isabel Fuentes Martinez.

THE business Muebles San Gines of Huercal-Overa, located on Calle Granada, will donate part of its proceeds to the Spanish Association Against Cancer (AECC). 

The association will receive a portion of the money obtained from the sale of every mattress of the models Livorno and Volterra, made by Pikolin, the best-selling mattress brand in Spain as well as an active collaborator in cancer research. 

“For us it is a pleasure to do our little bit to help the brave people who are battling this illness day in and day out,” explained current manager Ana Isabel Fuentes Martinez, who runs this more than 40-year-old business along with her father Gines Fuentes.  

Special discounts are available as a result of this fundraising initiative, done in collaboration with the AECC, which began on March 4 and will go on until December 31. Muebles San Gines offers discounts of up to 50 per cent on many of its items. 

Thus, for the sale of every Volterra or Livorno mattress, the ones which are in the shop and also in the catalogue, the business will donate €5 per mattress to cancer research.

For the moment, the campaign has been very successful. “The first days are going very well,” claims the satisfied manager of Muebles San Gines, who hopes and wishes to raise as much money as possible to give to such a good cause. 

This is neither the first nor the last fundraising campaign carried out by Muebles San Gines. In fact, it is only one more example of its iron-clad commitment to the cancer society, with which the company has been involved since it opened its doors in 1972. 

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