EWHT Calls for Participation in Komen NYC Race for the Cure

NEW YORK--Executives Working in Home Textiles has called for members of the home-furnishings industry to enter the 2010 Komen NYC Race for the Cure.

Scheduled for Sept. 12, the race is intended to raise funds for Susan G. Komen for the Cure of Greater New York City, the organization dedicated to fighting breast cancer. EWHT members can join the race team named after Elizabeth Miller, senior vice president of style and design for Karastan Rugs, who died in May after a long battle against breast cancer. Non-racers can sponsor a participant through a donation.

Those wishing to participate in any way can follow links on the komennyc.org Web site. Those with questions can contact Linda Kulla of Bardwil Linens at kullal@bardwil.com.

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