Jenni Pastusak to lead WSW Walk for Awareness

For the 14th year, Women Supporting Women, regional breast cancer organization, will host their “Walk for Awareness” at Winterplace Park on Saturday, Oct. 10

Jenni Pastusak has been chosen to chair this event. Pastusak worked in the television news business for more than seven years, beginning in NYC at Fox News Channel and more recently working with local station, WBOC.

She then entered the world of public relations and marketing in 2006 and was hired as an account executive by a.s.a.p.r. integrated marketing where she worked on different projects for a variety of clients. In 2009, she formed her own firm; SURE Public Relations & Marketing.

Pastusak will bring her expertise in organizing the breast cancer walk which is a family and dog-friendly event to benefit Women Supporting Women.

All proceeds from the 2015 Walk for Awareness benefits WSW’s programs that increase breast cancer awareness, promote the importance of early detection and provide support and resources to men and women in our local community who are newly diagnosed or facing recurrence of breast cancer.

Women Supporting Women is the only local resource providing free hats, wigs, scarves, bras and prosthesis for anyone going through breast cancer and chemotherapy.

For more information and to register for the 2014 Walk for Awareness, visit the Women Supporting Women’s website at www.womensupportingwomen.org or call the Salisbury office at 410-548-7880.

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