100% of Sales from T-shirts and Percentage of Sales From October 27-30 to be Donated to BIGHORN BAM

PALM DESERT, CA – (October 12, 2016) – BIGHORN BAM (Behind A Miracle) has been selected as the beneficiary of the Saks Fifth Avenue’s annual Key To The Cure charity shopping weekend to be held October 27-30. The Key To the Cure is an annual fund-raising and charitable initiative to fight cancer.

Specially designed Christian Louboutin breast cancer t-shirts are available now. 100% of the $35 limited edition t-shirts sold throughout the month will benefit BIGHORN BAM. During the October 27-30 charity-shopping weekend, Saks Palm Desert will host an array of events with a portion of sales donated to BAM.

“We are honored to partner with Saks Palm Desert and Stand Up To Cancer to bring public support and awareness to cancer,” BIGHORN BAM founder Selby Dunham. “We are encouraging everyone to support this mission and BIGHORN BAM buy purchasing one of the Key To The Cure t-shirts and shop during October 27-30. The money raised is critical to fund cancer diagnostic equipment and potentially save lives.”

BIGHORN BAM was created by a group of women who supported a BIGHORN member who was fighting breast cancer. In the nine years since, BIGHORN BAM has raised over $6.5 million for early breast cancer detection, diagnosis and cancer screening. Their fundraising dollars have benefitted The Pendleton Foundation and Eisenhower Medical Center.

This year, Key To The Cure, has joined forces with Stand Up To Cancer (SU2C) and the Entertainment Industry Foundation. Academy-Award winning actress Halle Berry is the campaign ambassador, appearing in public service announcements sporting the Christian Louboutin-designed t-shirt. Now it’s 18th year, the Key To The Cure and Saks Fifth Avenue has donated nearly $40 million to cancer research and treatment organizations.

BIGHORN Golf Club Charities is the parent organization for both BIGHORN BAM, which funds a number of local cancer related causes, and BIGHORN Cares, which funds specific projects for local non-profits that demonstrate a need and make a real difference in the quality of life for people in the Coachella Valley. For more information visit:

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