|By Marketwired .||
|July 11, 2013 01:47 PM EDT||
MAUI, HI -- (Marketwired) -- 07/11/13 -- In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month and survivors, Pure-Ecommerce.com is excited to announce its Third Annual Breast Cancer Awareness Month Business Giveaway for breast cancer survivors in Canada and the US. The winner will receive a complete ready-to-go ecommerce business along with 40 hours of award-winning one-on-one training and consultation. The Giveaway starts Tuesday, October 1, 2013 and will run throughout the month of October. The winner will be announced on November 1, 2013.
This is an exciting time for a Canadian survivor to own her/his own ecommerce business. EMarketer estimates ecommerce sales in Canada will hit $21.45 billion.
Jennifer Varner, Founder & CEO of Pure-Ecommerce.com and a 3-year breast cancer survivor, is providing other breast cancer survivors the opportunity to win their own turnkey internet business. She "hopes to show others fighting this disease that life does go on after cancer and great things can be in store for them."
Jennifer and her family have been touched by cancer not once, but twice. Jennifer's husband, Jeff, was diagnosed with cancer just three weeks after their wedding. At only 29 years old, they were told by the doctors that Jeff had only a slim chance at life and that they would never have children. The young couple beat the cancer and soon thereafter welcomed their first child.
Three years ago, Varner found out she herself had invasive breast cancer after celebrating the 10th year of her husband being free from colon cancer. At the time she was three months pregnant and her greatest fear was for the health of her unborn child. She and her baby underwent a mastectomy and endured chemotherapy treatments. Fortunately, the baby was born healthy, and they are all grateful to be alive.
Now it's Jennifer's desire through the Third Annual Breast Cancer Awareness Month Business Giveaway to give back to another survivor who has overcome and give them the possibility of an exciting future. Jennifer says, "I hope to provide a survivor the chance to focus on something new and different after going through cancer. The business is turnkey and all products are drop shipped so there is no inventory. Ecommerce businesses are also easy to run and allow owners to do so, on their own time, from anywhere in the world. For parents, an ecommerce business allows them the flexibility to work from home and spend more time with their family."
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Head of PR & Marketing for Pure-Ecommerce.com