An important message from Nancy Phillips Associates :
Colon cancer is the second most common cause of death from cancer with one out of every 20 people at risk. With 100,000 new cases diagnosed each year, you probably know at least one victim personally. March is Colon Cancer Awareness month and we are asking you to help prevent this dreaded disease by delivering the important message on the attached poster to your employees, customers, friends and family.
In our small state of New Hampshire with only 100 Dealers, last year alone we lost one to colon cancer, another has been diagnosed and successfully treated with surgery while the wife of a third dealer is battling the disease as we speak.
While this silent killer is ominous, it is also 100% curable if detected early on. As Auto Dealers, you are in a position to help your employees, customers, friends and family by providing this vital information about cancer screening and early detection.
You may never know whose life you save when taking the simple step of sharing this poster – but there is a very strong chance that you just may make the ultimate difference for someone out there.
There are several ways to obtain this poster :
Click on the banner at the top of our home page or on the poster above to download and print a PDF version yourself.
Contact Sonia Hamel of Nancy Phillips Associates at Sonia@nancyphillips.com and we will be pleased to send you glossy professionally printed posters free of charge while our supply lasts.
If you would like a large quantity or a bigger size, you may order directly from Infinite Imaging by calling Charles Davieau at 603 436 3030 or emailing him at email@example.com. Make sure to mention Nancy Phillips Associates.
How you can help :
Fix the poster to the inside door of every bathroom stall in your place of business
Download the poster on our website, share on all your social media accounts and ask your friends to share
Print the poster and hand out to your customers throughout Colon Cancer Awareness Month
We hope you will join us in making more people aware of the importance of early detection and how it saves lives !