TABU Mothers Day gift Pack:
Tabu was created for the woman who knows what she wants; a woman with confidence, in control of her destiny and sinfully sexy. Tabu was created for the woman who wants to be noticed.
Tabu's rich oriental blend of patchouli, musk, vanilla, jasmine and oriental rose, combine to create a powerful infusion of exotic spices and flowers that embody femininity, romance and sensuality. No wonder it is rated as one of the ten greatest perfumes ever created (Michael Edwards, Perfume Legends: French Feminine Fragrances, 1996).
As Australia's number one selling lifestyle fragrance, Tabu will definitely please mum.
This mother's day, Tabu offers an array of exotic gift sets, ranging from $14.95 to $24.95.
Tabu 30ml Spray 2 Piece Gift SetFeaturing:
- a Tabu 30ml cologne spray,
- a divine 100g hand & body lotion and
- a Breast Cancer Pink Ribbon.
Stockist number: (02) 8709 8800
"Long Term Support for Cancer Patient Accommodation"
Breast Cancer Australia is proud to announce a partnership with Frostbland Pty. Ltd. in supporting its cancer patient properties around Australia.
Through the sale of the world renowned TABU fragrance, purchases of the specially designed gift set, to be released for Mother's Day this year, will help provide much needed support to Breast Cancer Australia to assist it in continuing to fund this patient accommodation program.
Breast Cancer Australia has eleven properties around Australia which facilitate patients and their families who need to travel to specific metropolitan locations to receive appropriate treatments. "We are very excited to be involved with Breast Cancer Australia and to provide this partnership to help people directly during the difficult time of treatment associated with their cancer." Frostbland representative John Weathersbee says.
The company will release fifteen thousand specially created Mother's Day gift packs, which will be available from Big W, Priceline and selected Pharmacies, with part of the proceeds going to Breast Cancer Australia. Communications Manager, Patrick Mentzel from Breast Cancer Australia said "We are excited to be aligned with such a successful product as TABU which will assist our ongoing accommodation programs as well as continuing to raise awareness of breast cancer within the community. Patient Accommodation is in great demand and a very expensive program to underwrite."
Breast Cancer Australia is a non profit trust which provides patient accommodation, conducts ongoing awareness and prevention campaigns, funds research and provides equipment used at both treatment and diagnostic levels.