Pie in the Face with Managers Raises Awareness for Breast Cancer

  • Managers at NorthShore Care Supply who participated in the first "Pie in the Face" event to raise breast cancer awareness include, left to right: Jyll Rademacher, Kelly Hertel, Simon Pestell, Yutaka Takaki, Adam Greenberg, Crystal Knepper and Dave Rose.Juliana Pacheco

    Managers at NorthShore Care Supply who participated in the first "Pie in the Face" event to raise breast cancer awareness include, left to right: Jyll Rademacher, Kelly Hertel, Simon Pestell, Yutaka Takaki, Adam Greenberg, Crystal Knepper and Dave Rose.Juliana Pacheco

 
NorthShore Care Supply
Updated 10/16/2019 8:12 AM

Seven managers recently participated in NorthShore Care Supply's first "Pie in the Face" event, which involved employees throwing pies in the face of breast cancer as well as their managers' faces. Employees who donated the most for breast cancer from all areas throughout the incontinence product and supply company -- Customer Service, Warehouse, Marketing, Business Office, Human Resources -- threw whipped cream pies at their respective managers.

"I am very passionate about breast cancer after losing my mother when she was only 68 years old," says Kelly Hertel, Customer Service manager. "The other reason I am so committed to this cause is that 1 in 8 women develop this devastating disease each year in the U.S. That's astounding."

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
 

Other activities at NorthShore during October include pink donut day, pink lemonade day, wear pink day and pink ribbon day where employees received pink ribbons to wear. All proceeds collected will be donated to Susan G. Komen Chicago.

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