JYSK donated 65,000 euros to the Danish Cancer Society’s fight against breast cancer

  • In October 2014, JYSK pledged its support to the Danish Cancer Society’s fight against breast cancer.
  • The final figures have come in, and a total of 65,000 euros will go towards the campaign.

Aarhus, Denmark, 14-1-2015 — /EuropaWire/ — Since 2004, JYSK has collaborated with the Danish Cancer Society to raise money for the fight against breast cancer through the sale of specially designed products.

In October, JYSK stores throughout Denmark sold the widely known “Support the Breasts” bracelets and other products, of which a portion of the sales price was donated to the Danish Cancer Society. The final figures have come in, and a total of 65,000 euros will go towards the campaign.

JYSK would like to thank all of the customers who lent their support to the fight against breast cancer.

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JYSK GROUP has its origins in Scandinavia: the first store opened in Denmark in 1979. Today, JYSK GROUP has over 2,200 stores and 19,000 employees in 36 countries. In Germany and Austria, its name is Dänisches Bettenlager – and JYSK in the rest of the world. JYSK GROUP aims to establish a presence throughout the world, providing great offers to everyone. The owner and founder of JYSK GROUP is Lars Larsen who is also the owner of the furniture retail chains Bolia.com, IDEmøbler and ILVA – as well as a number of other companies. The turnover of LARS LARSEN GROUP is 3.1 billion euros.

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For further information, please contact:
JYSK’s Communications & CSR Director, Jonas Schrøder, +45 4090 5493, jsch@jysk.com

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