Jiggs Whigham pBone and the Susan G. Komen Northern Indiana Affiliate have a similar goal: both promote early detection, in different ways. pBone was designed to aid in a child’s interest for music early in their development and Susan G. Komen promotes breast cancer awareness by encouraging early detection .
The pink pBone team plans to demonstrate its support for a Cure for breast cancer by running in the Northern Indiana Race for the Cure and generously announced today that $5.00 from every sale of the pink pBone will be donated to the Susan G. Komen Northern Indiana Affiliate. That’s why it became a natural fit for the pBone team to kick off the launch of its latest color PINK at the Susan G. Komen Northern Indiana Race for the Cure. The race is being held in Potawatomi Park on Saturday, June 15, 2013.
The Jiggs Whigham pBone brings a fun and intriguing twist to the traditional trombone. Developed by accomplished trombonists, the pBone was designed to spark the interest in young children and promote interest in the art of brass playing. With its plastic construction, this lightweight instrument sounds remarkably like brass trombones. The pBone is being used by professionals, amateurs, and students alike. pBone is a fun way to catch the eye and ear of any audience, as will be demonstrated at Potawatomi Park this weekend.
pBone is a colorful, fully functional small bore trombone. To find out more about the resilient construction, remarkable durability, dimensions and available colors visit www.jiggspbone.com.
To find out more about how to participate in the race, visit www.komennorthernindiana.org.