It’s that time of the year where we try to do as much good as we can to help raise awareness for a disease that will, in some way or another, have an effect on each of us during our lives. Breast cancer affects 1 in 8 women. And, chances are that if you have not already seen someone fight this too common disease, you will at some time in your life. Here at Teton Guitars we have seen the effects of this disease with coworkers and family members. We want to increase awareness in the battle against breast cancer while raising money for a local cancer treatment center–partnering with the Teton Cancer Institute of Idaho Falls, Idaho.
Every penny we raise (100%, less eBay fees) will be donated to the Teton Cancer Institute to help them provide treatment to those who are unable to afford it.
In an auction beginning this Saturday, October 8, 2016 at 7:00pm Mountain Daylight Time, is a beautiful STG105CENT, our bestselling acoustic-electric guitar. This guitar features a solid western red cedar top with layered mahogany back and sides. This cut away guitar includes Fishman electronics with its grand concert body shape and has a 25.5” scale length. The front of the guitar has a pink ribbon painted on it with a finish applied over the paint. The ribbon was hand painted by our own Jeremy Webster (host of Teton Guitars “Teton TV” YouTube channel). The guitar comes with a Teton Guitars branded gig bag.
We ask that you bid generously on this guitar and show your support in the battle against breast cancer. As we stand together and work to do as much good as possible, we are moving toward a world free of this disease. This auction ends Tuesday, October 18, 2016, 7:00pm MDT.
Link to auction: One-of-a-kind Teton STG105CENT Pink Ribbon Campaign on eBay
Watch on Teton TV: Breast Cancer Awareness and Charity Auction Episode
This top notch guitar is Teton “B” stock with a slight cosmetic irregularity in the wood artfully covered by the pink ribbon. The classic Teton sound, structure, and playability are not compromised!
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