Don's 50th Anniversary Sale Don’s Appliances is celebrating 50 years in business and we want you to join in our celebration! October 20th through October 23rd we’re passing savings and specials along to you during our 50th Anniversary Sale. All purchases are eligible for twelve months same as cash. In addition to our 50th Anniversary Sale specials, take advantage of Don’s Appliances standard offerings like same day pick up or next day delivery on all in-stock products and get an additional 10% off your pick-up appliance purchase! We’ll also be giving back a percentage to Matt Hillebrand’s American Cancer Society's Real Men Wear Pink Campaign for every Real Men Wear Pink model tag appliance purchased during our 50th Anniversary Sale. We hope you’ll join us by shopping online or in any one of our ten locations October 20th through October 23rd!
About the American Cancer Society's Real Men Wear Pink & Don's Appliances
Don's Appliances has been a supporter of the American Cancer Society's Real Men Wear Pink Campaign for the past 6 years. Real Men Wear Pink gives men a leadership role in the fight against breast cancer. Matt Hillebrand and community leaders around the world are using the power of pink to raise awareness and money for the American Cancer Society's breast cancer initiatives, including innovative research, patient services, and education around screenings and risk reduction. For the first time ever, female breast cancer has surpassed lung cancer as the most commonly diagnosed cancer worldwide in 2020. We are committed to helping raise awareness and money for breast cancer research and see it as an honor and privilege to partner with the American Cancer Society's Real Men Wear Pink Campaign. We would like to humbly ask our loyal customers and network to consider joining us in the fight against breast cancer by making a donation. No amount is too small.The Don's Difference
As always, we offer:
- Same Day, Next Day Delivery
- Guaranteed Lowest Price
- Largest In-Stock Selection in Tri-State
How your support makes a difference
Thanks to your support, the American Cancer Society is there for everyone in every community touched by breast cancer – including those currently dealing with a breast cancer diagnosis, those who may face one in the future, and those who may avoid one altogether thanks to education and risk reduction.How your support makes a difference
Thanks to your support, the American Cancer Society is there for everyone in every community touched by breast cancer – including those currently dealing with a breast cancer diagnosis, those who may face one in the future, and those who may avoid one altogether thanks to education and risk reduction.
Why You Should Support
In 2021, more than 281,500 women are expected to be newly diagnosed with breast cancer in the us, and an estimated 43,600 will die from the disease.
Breast cancer is the most common cancer diagnosed in women (excluding skin cancer) and second only to lung cancer as a cause of cancer death in women.
Breast cancer does not just affect women. More than 2,600 men in the US are expected to be diagnosed this year and estimated 530 are expected to die from the disease.
Breast Cancer in men is rare, accounting for less than 1 percent of breast cancer cases in the US. However, men are more likely than women to be diagnosed with advanced-stage breast cancer, which likely reflects decreased awareness and delayed detection because screening mammography is not recommended for men due the the rarity of the disease.
Due the infrequency of male breast cancer, much less is known about the disease then female breast cancer.
Breast cancer death rates have declined by 40 percent since 1989, contributing to 375,900 lives saved.
The five-year relative survival rate for breast cancer that has not spread to the lymph nodes or other locations is 99 percent.