Swimming Champion Hayley Lewis
urges Australians to swim with Vorgee to raise funds for the
National Breast Cancer Foundation
20th August 2007
For Immediate Release
This October Australia’s newest force in the swimming world, Vorgee and swimming champion
Hayley Lewis are helping the National Breast Cancer Foundation (NBCF) raise funds for cancer
research by selling special edition pink swimming goggles and caps.
Hayley Lewis, Olympic and Commonwealth swimming champion is calling for all Australians to
support Vorgee by buying swimming goggles and caps and hopeful that by raising funds for
research the incidence of breast cancer can be reduced.
Hayley says, “Breast cancer can affect all women. In fact, it is the major cause of cancer death for
Australian women. With continued support and funding from the National Breast Cancer
Foundation, improvements in research mean survival rates are on the rise. So please, get behind
Vorgee and support Breast Cancer Research”.
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As October is internationally recognised as Breast Cancer Month, Vorgee is keen to raise
awareness during this time on the importance of scientific research in finding a cure.
Through this campaign, we at Vorgee are eager to raise funds for research and hope that this will
assist in preventing breast cancer from taking lives.
The special edition swimming goggles and caps will be available in mid-September in Amart
Allsports and participating aquatic centres and pharmacies around Australia.
The range includes:
Designed for kids from 4 to 12 years old, these goggles are made from a single piece, 100%
silicone frame that offers watertight comfort. They will be available in either a Blue or Pink one-
piece silicone frame. Both will have a pink strap but the Blue colour goggle although having a
Pink strap will come with a spare blue strap, which will be enclosed in the casing. The Voyager
junior is also endorsed by Swim Australia.
One of the most comfort