TREASURE COAST - In an effort to bring continued awareness to breast cancer, Bealls is pleased to announce the limited edition “Pink Power” tumbler in partnership with Florida-based artist, Leoma Lovegrove. Inspired by her personal story and strength as a breast cancer survivor, this special 20-oz tumbler will feature Leoma’s “Flock of Flamingos” painting, which portrays how surviving a diagnosis is best with a “flock” of friends.

“I am honored that Bealls has chosen my painting ‘Flock of Flamingos’ as the foundation for their limited edition tumbler to help raise breast cancer awareness. As a breast cancer survivor, I know from personal experience the importance of coming together and supporting one another. Raising awareness is the key to being your own best advocate. Everyone’s journey in life may be different, but we can all ‘flock’ through it together,” said Leoma Lovegrove. For every “Pink Power” tumbler sold, Bealls will donate $2.00 to the American Cancer Society to help further research in finding a cure for breast cancer. The tumbler is available for purchase online only beginning on May 13, 2019.

“We are excited to partner with Leoma Lovegrove to aid and support the continued efforts to find a cure,” said Matt Beall, President of Bealls Stores, Inc. “This is a cause that is near and dear to us all and one that requires constant research, education and testing. We are proud to support the American Cancer Society in this mission. We are inspired by Leoma’s strength during her fight against breast cancer and it is our hope that the proceeds earned from the ‘Pink Power’ tumbler will help others in their fight against cancer. There is strength in numbers and this is a fight that can be won together.”

Leoma Lovegrove is an impressionist-expressionist painter known worldwide for her splashy, artistic depictions of the Florida lifestyle. Located in the heart of Matlacha Island on the gulf coast of Florida, Lovegrove Gallery and Gardens is one of the most colorful landmarks in the Sunshine State. To learn more, visit

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