Based in Costa Mesa, King Size Bows has added a new product to its lineup of giant bows and ribbons. The Breast Cancer Ribbon is the newest item added to the company’s line of health awareness ribbons. With the approach of Breast Cancer Awareness month in October, King Size Bows found it appropriate to create a bow to honor of a friend or loved one battling cancer.
The company is perhaps best known for its ‘Monarch’ bows, featured in Lexus’ Christmas-season commercials.
“Our business is about celebrating life. Whether it is an event to support a cause or the anticipation of finding a cure, we believe in inspiring like-minded individuals to unite together for a common goal,” said company owner Lynda King.
The Breast Cancer Ribbon is 28 inches tall and 13 inches wide and comes in the signature pink color, made out of durable outdoor UV coated nylon fabric with a satin finish on a stiff substrate. It can be attached to numerous surfaces, hung from the top or fastened with a magnet or suction cup on the back. Its capability is befitting for fundraisers and to show support on any exterior.
King Size Bows aims to continue its production in creative bows for their consumers. Other health awareness ribbons include AIDS, autism, lupus and mental health, seen used at promotional events and fundraisers throughout the nation.
The company’s customization services allow bows to be made in any size and color, ranging from 4 inches to more than 400 feet making it large enough to wrap a complete building. Bows vary in types, such as eco-friendly, fire retardant, and indoor and outdoor for long or short term usage. They can be made from a variety of fabrics, plastics, vinyl, metals, papers and ribbons.
The company is known for partnering with advertising agencies, auto manufacturers and dealerships, TV and movie prop houses and shopping malls. The company’s client list includes ABC Studios, Lexus Corporation, Walt Disney Decorating and Oprah Winfrey – HARPO Productions.
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