Curtis 1000 Forms a Team for 2-Day Breast Cancer Walk

Top Story: Curtis 1000 Forms Team for 2-Day Breast Cancer Walk

To demonstrate their passion for community involvement, eleven employees at Curtis 1000 in Duluth, Georgia, have made a personal commitment to support the breast cancer community by forming a company team and participating in the Atlanta 2-Day Breast Cancer Walk on September 24-25.

The Curtis Can-Cans team will walk 30 miles over the two days and has committed to achieving a fundraising goal of $11,000. All of the money raised will go directly to It’s The Journey, Inc., a non-profit organization providing education, support and services directly to the breast cancer community throughout Georgia.

“We feel that this event and our efforts will touch the lives of many around us and in some cases, friends and family directly,” shared Sharon Riehl, HR Representative. “We are proud to walk in honor of the brave people who have faced the breast cancer challenge.”

For more information about the Curtis 1000 2-Day Walk team or to support their efforts, visit

Curtis 1000 graphic designer Jamey Gentry volunteered his talents to create the team logo and was also asked by the It’s The Journey organization to donate his time and creative talent to help design the T-shirt to be handed out to participants after the walk.

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