It's a great day for GoMobile Advertising, a Kent-based company that offers eye-catching trucks with floor-to-ceiling windows that travel the streets of Seattle and beyond to build buzz for clients' businesses, causes, and promotions. The company earned a story on the front page of the business section of today's Seattle Times.

The folks at GoMobile have been powerful advocates for my Authentic Visibility message and have had me speak before their U.S. affiliates to spread the word about do-it-yourself publicity. Clearly, they are taking their own advice and earning front page business coverage in the process. Hurray!

Also making news today within the same Seattle Times retail report is Affirmagy for its courage campaign to raise money for breast cancer research and education, while offering encouragement to those newly diagnosed with breast cancer.

Seattle-based Affirmagy, which sells blankets with inspirational messages, hopes to raise money next month to fight breast cancer by promising to donate $7.99 for every $39.95 purchase of a pink “Courage” wrap and “Chicken Soup for the Breast Cancer Survivor's Soul” book. Donations will go to Susan G. Komen for the Cure in recognition of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month next month. The blanket's sayings include “I will not give up” and “My courage makes me brave.” To learn more, go to www.affirmagy.com.

If ever there was a cause to support at the right time, this is it. Please visit Affirmagy's Website and purchase a bundle or two or five for women you have never met who need the courage and encouragement that this special gift delivers in a way that really inspires.