- The Washington Times - Sunday, October 23, 2016

Southern California’s Terranea resort is raising attention for Breast Cancer Awareness Month by turning many of the 102-acre properties light fixtures to change the resort to a “pink oasis.” Throughout October, the resort will have pink lighting, offer pink Rose for guests and an array of pink flowers around the spacious grounds.

The resort has partnered with Cancer Support Community Redondo Beach, Susan G. Komen Los Angeles Country and that national outfit Play for P.I.N.K. to benefit the Breast Cancer Research Foundation (BCRF). The program will allow guests to enjoy the oceanfront estate — located in L.A. County’s tony Rancho Palos Verdes peninsula — to also give back and support the cause. A certain amount of proceeds from on-property sales and activities will be donated to breast cancer research.

Chefs at the resort will done pink kitchen duds, and guests can sip on a limited-edition Pink Strawberry Lemonade. For every cocktail sold the resort will donate $1 to Play for P.I.N.K. On the golf course, the traditional flags marking the holes will be changed up for pink this month. Terranea will also donate $1 for each round of golf purchased to Susan G. Komen Los Angeles, and for every outdoor activity booked, $5 will go to Play for P.I.N.K.

One in 8 women will develop breast cancer during her life, according to BreastCancer.org.

For more information, visit Terranea.com.


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