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Kirk Salvador, CEO
Tyler Hope Pets
Tel: 818-489-1116
Email: ksalvador@tylerhope.com

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Adult Novelty Manufacturer Donates Hundreds of Toys for Radio Station Charity Promotions in Support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Tyler Hope's Nationwide Radio Promotion Campaign to Raise Funds for Breast Cancer Research

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October 5, 2007 (Burbank, CA) Tyler Hope's Pets, manufacturer of Tyler Hope Stuffed Animals for Adults, proudly announces a national radio promotion campaign designed to assist radio stations generate funds for their favorite breast cancer charities in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.   Ten Tyler Hope Bears with a massage oil candle will be provided FREE of charge via raffle to ten lucky radio stations so they may be used as promotional raffle or auction items in conjunction with their ongoing charity efforts.   The snuggly soft plush Tyler Hope Bears provide the perfect hiding place for all of the secrets that a woman would like to keep discretely out of sight.   Tyler Hope's Pets have an unseen pocket that quietly snaps shut to keep a woman's most private possessions under wraps.   Funds generated from the Bears through radio station promotions must be donated to the station's favorite local or national breast cancer awareness charities by the end of November 2007.   Each Tyler Hope Bear with massage oil candle carries an average suggested list price of $89.95.

In addition, 5% of all Tyler Hope Bear sales generated from each corresponding radio market through Tyler Hope's website, www.tylerhope.com, during October, will also be donated to the station's favorite Breast Cancer Awareness charity.   Additional Tyler Hope Bears, with candle, will be made available at a wholesale price of $35.00 each (shipping additional), so radio stations working with lingerie and adult novelty shop advertisers can develop and participate in expanded matching dollar-for-dollar charity programs.   For every Tyler Hope Bear with massage oil candle sold at $35.00 to the participating station's lingerie and adult novelty shop advertisers, Tyler Hope will provide one additional free Bear to the radio station for charitable promotion purposes, up to a maximum of 25 Bears per station.

Tyler Hope Chief Executive Officer, Kirk Salvador, states, "Tyler Hope celebrates the self-confident independent woman and recognizes the value of her health and well being.   These are our greatest priorities and we at Tyler Hope are committed to giving back to the community.  To this end, 5% of the profits of the sale of each Tyler Hope Pet will be donated to support the battered women's shelters and fund breast cancer research and awareness all year long.   Tyler Hope celebrates the self-confident independent woman and recognizes the value of her health and well being."

Tyler Hope has participated in star-studded charity functions at the Playboy Mansion, Entertainment Industry Award Program Functions, and other Hollywood celebrity events involving Brooke Shields, Chris Kattan, Colin Farrell, Nick Lachey, Jessica Simpson, and Lacey Chabert.

Each month Tyler Hope's Pets chooses and highlights an organization that does outstanding work in improving the he alth and well-being of women .  

Radio stations wishing to participate, must contact Kirk Salvador at ksalvador@tylerhope.com by October 12, 2007, winning stations will be selected and notified on October 15, and bears will be shipped on October 16.

For more info or t o be considered for Charity/Organization of the Month, please contact Tyler Hope CEO, Kirk Salvador, at ksalvador@tylerhope.com

Publicist's Note: October 10, 2007 - I sent this email to friends, associates and members of the radio industry press first on October 4. Ironically, this press release received on the same date I was notified that a dear friend, and former girlfriend, Christine Coates, finally succumbed to breast cancer, after battling it for the third - and final - time in her life, at the age of 37. I hope you'll take a moment to thoroughly review this press and help me get the word out to your readers.