Bluesky continues its support for Pinktober in Savai’i

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Doris, (Samoa Cancer Society), Manamea (Miss Samoa Alumni and cancer survivor), Sanjeewa Perera (Chief Commercial Officer of Bluesky), Anita and Paul Caffarelli (Owners of Amoa Resort)

Doris, (Samoa Cancer Society), Manamea (Miss Samoa Alumni and cancer survivor), Sanjeewa Perera (Chief Commercial Officer of Bluesky), Anita and Paul Caffarelli (Owners of Amoa Resort)

Bluesky continued its support of Pinktober in Savai’i with Amoa Resort hosting a first time high tea for the local and business community in support of Samoa Cancer Society and Breast Cancer Awareness. 

The exclusive high tea event held and lead by Amoa Resort was highly supported by the business community with contributions totaling over $10,000. 

“We were pleased to make a small contribution of $1000 to this event as part of our overall commitment to Pinktober,” said Bluesky Country Manager Alex Abraham. 

“It’s been overwhelmingly positive to see the support of Savai’i for this great cause and we’re ecstatic to see the Miss Samoa Alumni as one of the driving forces supporting this.” 

“We encourage the community to continue their support with this coming week being the last week of Pinktober.”

The team at Amoa Resort, Savaii and supporters of the Pinktober initiative funded by Bluesky.
The team at Amoa Resort, Savaii and supporters of the Pinktober initiative funded by Bluesky.

Bluesky continues to run its promotions for Pinktober. Customers can still text the word ‘PINK’ to 4444 to go into the draw to win a brand new iPhone 7 Plus and to also contribute to Samoa Cancer Society. The Akua Bluesky phone is also still on special for $179 with Bluesky contributing $20 from every Akua phone sold to Samoa Cancer Society. 

“We’d love to call on all of Samoa to continue the message of early detection to save lives. Even after October is over. The statics are alarmingly high and many lives are lost because we are not careful enough.”

“I had thyroid cancer two years ago and because of early detection I was able to take the right steps to prevent it from spreading. So I understand the importance of this message that Samoa Cancer Society are driving and we are 100% supportive,” said Alex Abraham.

“Bluesky will continue to support Samoa Cancer Society and we look forward to giving our final Pinktober contribution at the end of the month when our campaigns come to a close.”

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