FMM donating all DVD sales to Pink Ribbon Campaign

Published: August 31, 2010
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The six-time World Champion Field Marshal Montgomery Pipe Band of Belfast over the next two weeks will give all of the money from sales of its 2008 REWIND:REPLAY concert DVD to the Pink Ribbon Campaign for breast cancer research and awareness.

Working with the band’s sponsor, R.G. Hardie Co. Ltd., Field Marshal Montgomery the DVD will be available to the public through August 14th at a special discounted price of £10. All profits from the sales will go the charity.

“The  primary reason we choose the breast cancer campaign is simply because  almost everyone will know someone affected with breast cancer and can relate to the reasons for the need for a cure,” said Pipe-Major Richard Parkes. “Breast cancer is now the most common cancer in the UK, and worldwide more than a million women are diagnosed every year. Just under 12,000 women die . . .

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  1. tripper

    This is fantastic, I am in the process of purchasing this but am wondering if this DVD will work on North American DVD players?

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