Poison Donates 100 Percent Of Pink Ribbon Profits During National Breast Cancer Awareness Month

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Poison Products is donating 100 percent of profits made in October on its Pink Ribbon cues toward breast cancer research initiatives, in recognition of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month in the U.S.
The Pink Ribbon line, with Cyanide and VX designs, was created to let pool players around the world show their support for a breast cancer cure while doing something they love:  playing pool. Donations from Poison Pink Ribbon purchases go toward disease education and screening, scientific research, and aid for patients suffering from the disease.
“Breast cancer affects many of our loved ones,” says Philippe Singer, Poison Products VP of Sales and Marketing, “and people everywhere deserve a fair fight against it. We see the Pink Ribbon cues as a small but important way for Poison, and Poison players, to help in that fight.”
The Cyanide Pink Ribbon cue is pearlescent pink with HD™ black rubber stripe grips. The VX Pink Ribbon cue is a three-piece play/break/jump cue with a GTX® high-tack grip. Both cues are marked with a pink ribbon accent and have grips that are designed for players who hold their cue tighter; high-traction grips like HD™ and GTX® encourage looser grips and in turn, steadier and straighter shots.
Every month Poison donates a percentage of all profits from the new Pink Ribbon cues toward breast cancer research initiatives. This month, in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we are donating 100% of our profits to the cause.
Poison Products makes cutting-edge cues that utilize exclusive Double Density™ Technology in its Venom™ Shaft for improved accuracy and best-in-class-playability. Poison is located in Jacksonville, Florida, USA and sells cues worldwide.