Ellen Degeneres Signed Windows Mobile Phone for Auction on eBay To Raise Money for Susan G. Komen

You can help raise funds for breast cancer awareness and get your hands on the phone Ellen’s been handing out to her celebrity guests all month!

 

Ellen Degeneres signed Samsung Blackjack ii
Ellen Degeneres signed Samsung Blackjack ii

 

 

During October-Breast Cancer Awareness Month-Windows Mobile has been supporting Komen for the Cure(r) and Ellen for the Cure on The Ellen DeGeneres Show. Numerous celebrities, including Jenny McCarthy, Colin Farrell, Audrina Patridge, Mario Lopez, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Senator Joe Biden and Sheryl Crowe, have stepped up to the Windows Mobile Dunk Tank to “sink for pink”. Every time someone is dunked, Microsoft is donating $10,000 to the cause – amounting to more than $250,000 to date. Now we too can help! They will be auctioning off 8 of the same Windows Mobile smartphones that many of the celebrities received after they were dunked on the show – pink Samsung BlackJack IIs – signed by Ellen DeGeneres to benefit Komen for the Cure(r) and Ellen for the Cure. In addition, readers can go to <a href=”http://www.windowsmobile.com/ellen”>www.windowsmobile.com/ellen</a> where every visit to the page will garner an additional donation.

<a href=”http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=ellen+dunk+tank&amp;search_type%0A=&amp;aq=0&amp;oq=ellen+dunk+”>Check out YouTube for videos of the celebrities dunked to date.</a>

Let’s continue to support this extremely important cause! 

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