Company fund-raiser wants to participants to think pink

Robin Stevens
Robin Stevens

A Grand Junction company will once again donate up to $500 to a cancer survivorship program in an annual promotion in which participants take photos of the company’s pink truck.

Peterson Plumbing, Heating, Cooling and Drains will conduct its fourth annual Spot the Pink Truck campaign through Oct 31. Participants who post photos of themselves and the truck on Facebook and tag Peterson Plumbing will be entered in a contest to win a night out for two, including dinner and painting at the Palette.

Peterson Plumbing will donate $10 for every photo posted up to $500 to the cancer survivorship program at St. Mary’s Medical Center in Grand Junction. The program offers support and education to those affected by cancer.

“Unfortunately, there are very few people who have not been impacted by cancer. We all know someone who has battled the deadly disease. We want to do everything we can in the fight against cancer and help those who are in the fight of their life,” said Robin Stevens, owner of Peterson Plumbing.

Debra Hesse, cancer survivorship program coordinator, praised the effort. “We are so touched by the generosity of Peterson Plumbing once again. Spot the Pink Truck is such a fun campaign that not only raises funds, but also awareness for cancer.”

For more information, visit www.petersonphc.com or go to the company’s Facebook page.