Zune helps cure cancer (one more reason to own one).
Published 20071018 by Olivier Blanchard | E-mail this post
Fellow fans of the Zune rejoice: You can now get yourself a 30GB limited edition pink Zune, and fight breast cancer at the same time. Per Gizmodo
Unlike some other charitable music-player-selling schemes that only donate a measly 5% of their proceeds to charity, when you buy a 30GB Zune from Warriors in Pink, 100% of the purchase price goes to Susan G. Komen For the Cure, thanks to the generosity of Ford and Microsoft.
100%. Every red cent.
Okay, it isn't a Zune 2 (they aren't available yet), but it looks pretty badass (if you're into that whole pink West Coast tribal rock & roll sort of thing). The imminent release of Zune 2 has prompted some pretty tasty upgrades to the Zune, so you won't feel like you're getting last year's hardware either.
Not to mention that you'll be different from the rest of the sheep sporting their boring "even my grandma has one now" iPods.
The pink 30GB Zune is $250 ($50 more than retail for a 30GB Zune), but it's for a worthy cause.
Check out the Warriors In Pink site
. You can even enter to win the ultimate pink Zune accessory: a special one-of-a-kind pink-flavored Ford Mustang. Wowza.
As to the real question of the day: Am I man enough to drive a pink Mustang?
Pray we never have to find out.
Have a great weekend, everyone. ;)
Labels: cancer, Ford, microsoft, Susan G. Komen, Warriors In Pink, zune, zune 2