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Triumph International Sponsor NZ Breast Cancer Fnd

Triumph International proud ongoing sponsor of The New Zealand Breast Cancer Foundation

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Triumph International (NZ) Ltd is proud to continue its sponsorship of The New Zealand Breast Cancer Foundation. This will be the fourth year as a sponsor.

Triumph has been supplying NZ women with beautiful, innovative, and supportive lingerie for 18 years, and is one of the top suppliers of lingerie in New Zealand. With over 100 year’s experience in making intimate apparel, sponsorship of a cause so close to home was a natural choice.

Victoria Fitzgerald, NZ National Sales Manager, is thrilled to continue the relationship: “Triumph’s philosophy is about helping women and this cause is very close to our hearts.”

During Breast Cancer Awareness Month this October, Triumph offers limited edition pink lingerie wash bags at participating retailers – each one purchased helps to raise much-needed funds for research.

The New Zealand Breast Cancer Foundation is a non-profit and non-government funded organisation, promoting awareness of breast cancer, providing education and information, and raising funds to support breast cancer-related initiatives including research, scholarships, and medical grants.

Breast Cancer Awareness Month is an annual initiative run by The New Zealand Breast Cancer Foundation each October to generate public awareness and raise funds for The Foundation.

The New Zealand Breast Cancer Foundation’s aim is to reduce the number of New Zealanders who die from breast cancer and to improve outcomes and quality of life for those affected. Each year more than 2400 New Zealand women are diagnosed with breast cancer and in New Zealand the risk of a woman developing breast cancer at some time during her life is 1 in 9.

Triumph International is a family-owned company established in Germany in 1886, and is the world’s largest producer of intimate apparel.


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