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Tom Johnson Camping Center goes pink

Tom Johnson Camping Center goes pink

MARION, N.C. – In honor of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Tom Johnson Camping Center (TJCC) is donating a portion of its gross profits for the entire month of October to Susan G Komen for the Cure.

All transactions at both TJCC’s Marion and Concord locations during October will contribute to the total amount raised, including new RV sales, parts and service. TJCC will present the total amount raised at the end of the month to Komen for the Cure.

“Breast cancer is a disease that affects thousands each year,” said Gary Stroud, vice president of Tom Johnson Camping Center. “Komen for the Cure is a fantastic organization that heightens breast cancer awareness and we are excited to contribute to such an organization here at Tom Johnson Camping Center.”

Susan G. Komen for the Cure is a global leader in the breast cancer movement, having invested nearly $1.5 billion since its inception in 1982. As the world’s largest grassroots network of breast cancer survivors and activists, Komen for the Cure works together to save lives, empower people, ensure quality care for all and energize science to find the cures. For additional information about Susan G Komen for the Cure visit

Founded in 1967, Tom Johnson Camping Center, located in Concord and Marion, N.C., is the inaugural recipient of the Dave Altman Number One RV Dealer Award. A blue ribbon award-winning dealership, Tom Johnson Camping Center is among the Top 10 RV dealerships nationwide, the company said.

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SOURCE: Tom Johnson Camping Center press release

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