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HARD ROCK CAFE — In celebration of Hard Rock International's 14th annual Pinktober campaign, both Hard Rock Cafe locations in Las Vegas are offering customized Hard Rock classic T-shirts to benefit Susan G. Komen for the Cure, an organization dedicated to combating breast cancer at every front. [Racked InBox]
FOUR SEASONS — The Spa at the Four Seasons recently launched nail services. Pick up the Think Pink Mani/Pedi, which uses Farmhouse Fresh products, for $50 for a manicure, $85 for a pedicure and a $5 donation that goes to the American Cancer Society. FarmHouse Fresh will donate 5 percent of proceeds from the purchase of any Pink Moon Shea Butter to its charity partner, the National Breast Cancer Foundation. [Racked InBox]
SOUTHWEST — Sky Zone "socks" cancer during Breast Cancer Awareness month by raising money and awareness for breast cancer programs and research. Throughout October, guests can purchase special edition pink SkySocks for $2, with 25 percent of the proceeds benefiting Susan G. Komen of Southern Nevada. [Racked InBox]
HARD ROCK HOTEL — Love Jones will donate 20 percent of net proceeds from its Breast Cancer Awareness Ring ($88) to the Young Survival Coalition. Since 2005, the silver embellished piece complete with the Love Jones logo has helped celebrate the power of the female form. The Hard Rock Store will show its pink pride with an "I Wanna Cure" T-shirt ($19.95) complete with a pink cause ribbon in place of the "I," or the stylish Breast Cancer Awareness Pin ($12.95). A total of $10 from each T-shirt purchase and 100 percent of net proceeds from each pin purchase will be donated to the charity. Reliquary Water Sanctuary, Spa & Salon will donate $25 from the purchase of its Harmonic Massage ($225), Nirvana Facial ($215) and Drum Stick Body Therapy ($225) to the Young Survival Coalition. Locals with a valid form of Nevada identification are eligible for 30 percent off each service as well. [Racked InBox]