Hartford, CT - The Hartford Courant announced today a new subscription offer for October that honors Breast Cancer Awareness month and aids in the fight against the disease.
Recognizing that breast cancer is a national cause but that the individual fight occurs on a local and personal level, the Hartford Courant will make a donation to the Connecticut Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure® for subscriptions purchased in October.
"Breast cancer affects everyone and the Hartford Courant family is no different," said Richard Graziano, publisher of the Hartford Courant and general manager, FOX CT and WCCT-TV. "We're partnering with the Connecticut Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure to increase awareness, help families cope and end breast cancer in our lifetime."
In addition to all of the valuable news, advice and savings people will receive when subscribing to the Hartford Courant, they can also help make a difference in the lives of 3,000 Connecticut women who will be diagnosed with breast cancer this year.
To subscribe to this offer, visit www.courant.com/sgk or call 1-800-472-7377 and mention code: SGK.
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