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Trigger Point donating a portion of sales to mammogram project

Published October 9, 2013
The GRID Mini in pink

AUSTIN, TX (BRAIN) — During October, Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Trigger Point Performance is donating $2 from the sale of each pink-colored GRID foam rollar to Mammograms In Action's nationwide grant program.

MIA was established in 2011 to raise funds for breast centers and breast health care providers on a national level through community grants for diagnostic and screening services to underserved women and men. 

Last November, Trigger Point produced a camouflage-themed GRID and donated a portion of its sales to the Wounded Warrior Association.

“As our company grows, it is important we remain true to our roots, empowering people of all ages with the necessary tools to take care of their bodies,” said CEO Andrew Menter.

“Partnering with organizations such as Mammograms In Action gives us an opportunity to expand on our mission by helping a company that shares some of our founding philosophies.”

The new pink GRID is available in three sizes, including the original GRID 1.0, the longer GRID 2.0 and the portable GRID Mini. Retail prices range from $25 to  $65.

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