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Tanger Outlets makes donation to fight breast cancer

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MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) – Tanger Outlet Centers in Myrtle Beach made a $53,534 donation to fight cancer within our local area this holiday season.

Caring In our Lifetime and The Conway Medical Center Foundation both received $26,767 during a special ceremony this morning, December 13.

The money was raised during Tanger's 2013 PinkStyle Campaign. For every $5 donation, Tanger customers received a 25% bonus savings TangerStyle Pink Card. "I am proud of our Tanger Team members in Myrtle Beach for their continued hard work in fighting breast cancer and I thank our shoppers for supporting Tanger's mission to find a cure." stated Steven B. Tanger, President and Chief Executive Officer for Tanger Factory Outlet Centers, Inc. "It takes all of us working together with a common focus and determination to find a cure." Tanger's campaign also helps fund many important programs and facilities designed to improve the quality of life for breast cancer patients.

"The Conway Medical Center Mammography Program was begun with support from Tanger Outlets. Their continued support has enabled us to provide assistance to hundreds of women each year." acknowledged Berns Massey with The Conway Medical Center Foundation.

"Tanger has supported us for several years, and we appreciate their efforts to return to our community funds that will stay local and will benefit those that desperately need financial help in fighting this horrible disease. Thank you, Tanger!," stated Marodith Hamrick with Caring In Our Lifetime.

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