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Pink pBone Sales to Contribute to Charity
To celebrate the launch, pBone have teamed up with The Christie, one of Europe's leading cancer charities.
£10 from every sale of the pink trombone will be donated to the charity, with £5,000 being pledged already.
Natalie Pike, Corporate Development Manager for The Christie said "The Christie do amazing work and strive to raise money to fund projects like the fully equipped music room for patients in the young Oncology unit. Patients take part in group sessions, learn to play an instrument or make a recording."
The pink pBone is the latest addition to the range of award-winning pBone plastic trombones. Click to view all of the plastic trombones available at Gear4music.com.
By Alice Thomson
Posted on 9 Jul 2013 09:00 to category : Instruments News
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