Press release: SodaPup
SodaPup founder and CEO Adam Baker recently announced that the dog toy brand is joining forces with the Susan G. Komen Foundation to raise money for a cure for breast cancer.
“We all know someone who has been touched by breast cancer, or worse, we know someone who has died from it,” Baker said. “That’s why SodaPup has partnered with the Susan G. Komen Foundation to raise money for a cure. Thirty percent of all sales of our small and large Flower Power emat lick mats will be donated to the Susan G. Komen Foundation during the month of October.”
SodaPup will also be launching a #lickbreastcancer social media campaign to drive awareness of the fundraising effort.
SodaPup was founded in 2013 and specializes in the design, development and manufacture of USA made dog toys and enrichment products for power chewer dogs. SodaPup specializes in the design, development, sales and marketing of innovative American made molded products including rubber dog toys, nylon dog toys, TPE dog toys, lick mats and other feeding systems. SodaPup is committed to the development of high quality, American-made products that are innovative, safe and environmentally friendly.
“We are a mission-driven business committed to 100 percent American manufacturing and giving back to dog-related charities,” Baker added. “Our partnership with the Komen Foundation, though outside the scope of our typical dog-related charitable work, is driven by the fact that we personally know too many people touched by this terrible disease. We suspect that SodaPup consumers do as well. We believe that business can be a force for positive change and our partnership with the Susan G. Komen Foundation is one expression of this belief.”