At Mohawk Flooring, we are committed to helping find the cures for breast cancer. So much so, that we’ve had a long-standing relationship with Susan G. Komen. If you’ve visited our website, or a Mohawk Flooring retailer, you’ve probably seen our Decorate for the Cure pink ribbon logo. And, if you’ve purchased our SmartCushion during 2015-2016, you’ve directly supported the fight against breast cancer.

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This year, we’ve taken our relationship with Susan G. Komen to the next level by becoming the official flooring sponsor for all seven Susan G. Komen 3-Day events throughout the Country. While last year we provided 800 participants with SmartCushion at the Philadelphia 3-Day walk, this year we are providing more than 6,000 cushions to all seven 3-Day walks.

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Launched in 2013, our Decorate for the Cure program has raised more than $200,000 for Komen through the sale of our SmartCushion™. Not only does SmartCushion™ add extra comfort, durability and an instant warranty upgrade, but between $.02 and $.15 per square yard of our carpet cushion is donated to the Susan G. Komen Foundation.

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And these donations are having a significant impact on the fight against breast cancer! Over the years, Komen has made tremendous strides in the fight against breast cancer.

  • The five-year relative survival rate for early-stage breast cancer has increased to 99 percent in the United States (up from 74% in 1980)
  • Mortality from breast cancer has decreased by 34 percent since 1990
  • America’s 3 million breast cancer survivors are the largest group of cancer survivors today.

Through Decorate for the Cure, and sales of Mohawk’s SmartCushion™, we are honored to support the fight against breast cancer. We’re proud to say that, with the help of our SmartCushion consumers, we have donated more than $3 million to date!

The next time you consider supporting a charity, we hope you will support Komen. With your help, we will be one step closer to a world without breast cancer.