A Portion of Proceeds to Be Donated for All Rush+ Small Pink Frames

Bollé Safety, the world-renowned manufacturer of safety glasses and goggles, announced today a first-ever partnership with the Susan G. Komen Foundation® to raise money this year for National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

From September 1, 2022 through November 1, 2022 Bollé Safety will donate 50 cents of the wholesale sales price to the Susan G. Komen Foundation® for each specifically marked sale of the Rush+ Small Pink frames. These lightweight frames are meant for indoor use, come with a clear tint with a light transmission rate of 90 percent, and are compatible with the PLATINUM anti-fog coating.

“We are thrilled to partner with this vital organization to amplify the importance of breast cancer awareness,” said Julieann Billings-Riordan, Bolllé Safety North American Trade Marketing Manager. “Our commitment to donate a portion of proceeds to the Susan G. Komen Foundation® from all sales of our Rush+ Small Pink frames solidifies our commitment to this valuable cause.”

For nearly four decades, the United States has recognized October as National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. It is a time devoted to educating the world about breast cancer—including metastatic breast cancer (MBC) – and the importance of early detection and timely, high-quality care.

The breast cancer awareness effort is specific to Bollé Safety and is being bolstered by a network of distributors including Grainger, Fastenal, and Fisher Scientific.

About Bollé Safety
Created more than 130 years ago in France, Bollé Safety is the global PPE EYEWEAR SPECIALIST (Personal Protective Equipment). As an international player, Bollé Safety offers a wide range of innovative eye protection products that are comfortable, designed and adapted to each market segment (construction, health, energy, heavy industry, defense, clean rooms, automotive, office automation, etc.), with a growing focus on Eco conception. In more than 100 countries, Bollé Safety equips 20 million workers with products that improve their performance and well-being, from the moment there are risks for the face and the eyes, even in extreme environments. Since 2021, the brand has accelerated its CSR approach. This approach focuses on the measure of its impacts, product, and packaging innovations as well as internal commitments. To learn more please visit: https://www.bolle-safety.com/us



According to The Vision Council, 45 percent of all head injuries are eye injuries.
Further, vision loss is a top ten disability among workers 18 and older.
They estimate that 90 percent of these injuries are preventable.

The RUSH + adopts an ultra-sporty design with its co-injected and ultra-flexible temples … and is 100 percent customizable.


Key Features:

Bi-material, ultra-flexible, colored temples, non-slip adjustable bridge, optional retainer strap and foam kit, PLATINUM anti-fog/scratch coating.