TriMega launches Signatures for Hope

10 April 2007 — Des Plaines (IL): TriMega has launched its Signatures for Hope charity campaign, designed to support research and treatment programmes for City of Hope.

TriMega has developed a Signatures for Hope Board that will travel to all of the association’s official events during this year. Attendees at the events are encouraged to donate $5 to sign their name using a Sharpie marker and join the fight against cancer. Each signature donation is matched both by Sanford Brands and TriMega.

 

Michael Morris, TriMega’s VP of marketing, and City of Hope 2007 Spirit of Life dinner committee member, said: "City of Hope has been instrumental in advancing the new treatment methods and technologies to help cancer patients live with and overcome the disease to become cancer survivors, not victims. We at TriMega wanted to create an opportunity for members of TriMega’s family of suppliers and dealers to demonstrate their support to this worthwhile cause."

 

TriMega president Charlie Cleary added: "We are truly honoured to be able to lead this campaign, along with the support of Sanford Brands."

 

The 2007 Spirit of Life Campaign for City of Hope is honouring Avery Dennison’s Jess Biem.