Pelotonia Necklaces Now Available!
Miss Em’s is proud to announce our brand new jewelry pieces designed for Pelotonia!
If you’re not familiar with Pelotonia, this is a grassroots bike tour that funds cancer research at The Ohio State University. Pelotonia is a three-day experience that includes a weekend of cycling, entertainment and volunteerism. The primary mission of this event is to raise money and awareness for one goal, to beat cancer.
To us this is one of the most unique fundraisers with 100% of every dollar raised for Pelotonia going directly to cancer research - nothing is being put towards any of the operating costs. Those expenses has all already been covered by large corporations like Huntington Bank, L Brands Foundation, Cardinal Health Foundation and so many more. Pelotonia has raised over $106 million dollars for cancer research since starting in 2008.
This year our owner, Miss Em (Emily Smith) and her husband Brandon, will be riding for their second year. Last year they each rode 50 miles in Pelotonia and helped to raise $2500 for cancer research. Inspired by 100 percent of the funds that they raised last year being donated directly to finding a cure, they decided to up their mileage to 100 miles and have to raise $4,000 this year! With Pelotonia in mind, Miss Em worked to design Pelotonia necklaces with the cause in mind. These necklaces are simple and dainty, but are powerful. They can help us to fund researchers, Doctors, clinical trials, etc. that can help find a cure for cancer.
As you can see, these necklaces both say “One Goal” on them and contain the Pelotonia arrow. Constantly hearing that there is “one goal to end cancer”, Emily decided that was the most inspiring quote to put on these necklaces.
Each of these necklace designs come in gold, silver and rose gold. We only have so many of them, so please reach out to us if you’re interested in one! Each necklace is $25.00 and 50% of every piece will be donated to Pelotonia. By purchasing one of these gorgeous necklaces you will be helping to support cancer research and work towards that “one goal” of ending cancer.