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Glam Van takes to the streets to help those battling breast cancer

Look out for this amazing light pink and white breast cancer support vehicle / glamorous van driving around. It’s a brand new mobile way to help women who are courageously battling breast cancer in a variety of ways.

The cool-looking vehicle is owned by a fabulous new local nonprofit, Move Over Breast Cancer, developed by Princeton-based 10-year-old breast cancer survivor Paula Flory. Paula recently sent me a message to tell me all about this amazing new mobile service and I can tell you it is amazing.

The Move Over Breast Cancer Mobile Resource Lounge and Salon caters to the desires and needs of those battling breast cancer and offers comfort and hope anytime during their cancer journey. Whatever you need, the van comes to you wherever you are, free of charge and barrier-free. Nothing should stand in the way of the fight against breast cancer.

The new Mobile Resource Lounge and the salon offer wig adjustments, head rasps, professional advice, fitness advice, personal training, mastectomy bras, breast forms and their extraordinary “Glam Experience”, which means a fantastic day with make-up, style advice, a professional photo shoot and much more more i love it.

If you want to check out this new “Glam Van” and enjoy a phenomenal dinner to help this new fabulous group feed breast cancer warriors, grab some friends and head to Boro Restaurant & Bar on Delaware Avenue in Pennington, this Monday evening (September 27th). There will also be live music.

Unfortunately, many of us know someone who is fighting breast cancer. I’ve brought you up to date on my mom’s fight over the years … she has had metastatic stage 4 breast cancer for 20 years. She wins the fight and is doing well, but it has been a challenge at times. I know she is not alone.

Please don’t be shy, get in touch if you or someone you love could use a visit from the Glam Van.

More information on Move Over Breast Cancer and their new Glam Van can be found here.

Thanks to Paula and Move Over Breast Cancer for helping make the fight a little easier.

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