Puffa in the pink for charity

SUFFOLK-based equestrian and countrywear specialist Puffa has designed a range of limited edition pink Puffa products to help raise money for the Breast Cancer Campaign.

SUFFOLK-based equestrian and countrywear specialist Puffa has designed a range of limited edition pink Puffa products to help raise money for the Breast Cancer Campaign.

The charity will receive 10% of the retail price for each pink Puffa product sold.

The new range in the equestrian and country lifestyle brand portfolio was launched at Badminton, the highlight of the eventing calendar, by Nick Gauntlett, Team Puffa event rider and ambassador of Breast Cancer Campaign's £100 Horse Riding Challenge.

Mr Gauntlett is encouraging riding clubs up and down the country to take part in the £100 Challenge by holding a fundraising event, such as a pink gymkhana and sponsored rides. As well as raising awareness of the £100 Challenge, Puffa is offering prizes to the riding clubs that raise the most money.


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Sue Taylor, Puffa sales director, said: “We are delighted to have launched the new range at Badminton. The reaction from customers was overwhelming. The polo shirts were flying off the shelves and people can't wait to get their hands on the reversible pink polka dot stradbroke gilets.

“It is fantastic to be supporting Breast Cancer Campaign - the work that they do is really making a difference to people's lives.”

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Amanda Williams, Breast Cancer Campaign director of fundraising, said: “Breast Cancer Campaign is thrilled to have the support of Puffa this year. The pink range is fantastic and the money raised will go towards funding vital breast cancer research to help us beat the disease.”

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