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Posted: Wednesday, September 29, 2010 12:30 pm | Updated: 8:19 am, Thu Dec 2, 2010.

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month and Sheraton Wild Horse Pass Resort & Aji Spa are hosting a salute to the many women whose lives have been affected by the diagnosis of cancer.

The "Positively Pink" package, created by the Aji Spa staff to support breast cancer awareness and community outreach programs, includes an Aji facial, a Pretty Pink Pedicure, complimentary lunch in the Aji Spa café, your own custom-designed pink Aji Spa robe, a local artisan-crafted pink bracelet and all gratuities.

With a portion of the proceeds from every "Positively Pink" package going to benefit the research, prevention, early-detection clinics and care provided by The Gila River Cancer Support Group, you can indulge yourself or pamper a deserving friend in our sanctuary of relaxation, all while supporting a great cause.

This offer is valid Oct. 1 to 31 and cannot be combined with any other specials or discounts. For further information, call (602) 385-5759 or visit www.ajibrochure.com and mention the "Positively Pink" promotional code.

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