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Tatil Life goes pink
The month of October has been designated Breast Cancer awareness month.
Tatil Life has chosen to make a loud statement to raise awareness and to help save lives. The colour pink resonates with most people immediately as symbolic in the fight against breast cancer.
With this in mind, the Tatil building has been decorated in pink to help to raise awareness of this disease.
The pink shapes of women lining the Tatil lawn symbolise those fighting against cancer, recovering from cancer and honouring those who lost the battle.
Staff, friends, members of the public paid tribute by writing names on these cut-outs.
Tatil welcomes the public to join in the fight by taking a photo with our photo prop; you can become a cancer warrior.
Also, the public can share photos on social media with the hashtag#TatilLifeGoesPink to raise awareness for this cause.
During October, the staff of Tatil Life will be raising funds which will be donated to the Cancer Society.
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