Wiley X is Raising Money to Support Breast Cancer Research

Protective Eyewear Manufacturer Wiley X, Inc. will be raising thousands of dollars for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation (BCRF) selling its popular line of Lacey sunglasses. Throughout 2012, $3 from the sale of each Lacey model will go to support the well-reputed charity.

The Lacey, one of Wiley X’s best-selling models, was designed specifically for women with a Cotton Candy frame that sports Coral Pink or Polarized Bronze lenses. The popular glasses will also protect the wearer’s eyes against 100% of harmful UVA/UVB rays, has earned the stringent ANSI-Z87.1-2004 High Velocity Impact rating. Each pair comes with a BCRF Pink Ribbon cling sticker that is attached to display the model’s continuing link to the support of breast cancer research.

“We’re proud of our continuing partnership with The Breast Cancer Research Foundation and the way consumers have stepped up to help us help this very important cause,” said Wiley X Co-Owner Myles Freeman, Jr. “It’s hard to find a family that hasn’t been effected by this disease one way or another. For this reason, all of us in the Wiley X family are committed to assisting BCRF in its noble effort – to find a cure for breast cancer in our lifetime.”

For updates, stay tuned to Guns.com. For more information on Wiley X’s 2012 initiative find the original article at Shooting Illustrated. A pair of BCRF supporting Lacey glasses can be purchased from Wiley X. Those interested in learning more about the Breast Cancer Research Foundation should check out their website. For all breaking gun news keep browsing Guns.com’s news feeds.

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