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Tanger Outlets Raise Thousands For Del. Breast Cancer Coalition

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REHOBOTH BEACH, Del. - The Tanger Outlets show their commitment to fighting breast cancer by donating thousands to the cause.

In a special ceremony Wednesday, the Tanger Outlet Center in Rehoboth Beach donated more than $29,000 to the Delaware Breast Cancer Coalition.

“I am proud of our Tanger Team members in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, for their continued hard work in fighting breast cancer,” said Tanger Outlets President and CEO Steven B. Tanger. “I thank our shoppers for supporting Tanger's mission to find a cure for this terrible disease. We are especially proud of our partnership with the Delaware Breast Cancer Coalition, which is the only organization in the State of Delaware focused solely on breast health issues as they affect the women and men who live in Delaware.”

The Outlets raised the money through the sale of TangerSTYLE Pink Cards during the PinkSTYLE Campaign, which ran from September 15 to October 25.

For a $1 donation to local breast cancer beneficiaries, Tanger customers received a pink coupon card that provided 25% bonus savings at participating Tanger Outlet stores.

Tanger's Annual Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign aims to raise awareness of how important early detection is in the fight against breast cancer and raise the money needed to support ongoing breast cancer research. The campaign also helps fund many important programs and facilities designed to improve the quality of life for breast cancer patients.

Since 1994, Tanger Outlet Centers have contributed more than $14.8 million to breast cancer research through the PinkSTYLE Campaign, 5K races and other fundraising events across the country. This year, the company raised a total of $1.3 million during the PinkSTYLE campaign.

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