Across the nation this month, businesses are rallying their employees and customers in the fight against breast cancer. For some owners, the cause is personal and workplace participation is that much more rewarding.
On a recent Monday morning, Scott Collins sat beside his wife, Lori, as she endured another round of chemotherapy to treat her breast cancer. He should have been out at a job site, supervising his team of window cleaners, but he knew they understood the competing demands on his time.
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