Giant Teddy and Susan G. Komen OC: Pink Paws for the Cause

Thursday, October 1, 2015
10% Donated on All Pink Teddy Bears from Giant Teddy in October

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and Giant Teddy is lending our Pink Paws to the Cause again this year with Susan G. Komen Orange County as part of our commitment to give back to our community through our special cause teddy bears.

10% of all Pink Teddy Bear sales will be donated in October.

Cancer is sad, and our bears want people to be happy. That means we need to find a cure - and a cure for one cancer will open the door to cure ALL cancer. And that is a very happy thought.

You can pick from any of our adorable huge pink teddy bears in lots of sizes and 5 different styles, with or without one of our special "Pink Paws for the Cause" shirts.

Our pink teddy bears range in size from 18in all the way up to 6ft tall, so there's a size and style perfect for everyone but they do have a few things in common - unbelievably soft and stuffed with extra love and care.

Girls of all ages lose their hearts to our light and hot pink teddy bears, and they can be a beary special gift for a breast cancer survivor, a friend or family member, or a chemo buddy for someone going through treatment.

Meet some of our pink teddy bears:

6ft Pink Teddy Bear Lady Cuddles from
(you may have seen her on ABC's "Modern Family")

Hot Pink Teddy Bears Are Big & Cuddly!

Cherry Tubs has old fashioned style with hot pink teddy bear pizazz!

Giant Teddy Komen Race Team 2014 (Lulu Shags, Pink Teddy Bear Team Captain)

Lulu Shags is pink and adorable - she's also been a TV star several times. Check out our Bear Paw Walk of Fame on!

Gigi Chubs is a pink sweetie! So chubby & cuddly, you'll love this teddy bear.

We know there are many worthy breast cancer causes out there, and we hope you'll support the one that is close to your own heart or calls to your conscience if our choice is not your choice.

Thank you for loving Giant Teddy bears! We can't wait for a day when we celebrate the end of Breast Cancer in our world.

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