Kohl's hosts free shopping spree for breast cancer survivors

Retailer bought running gear for the Komen race
Posted at 1:12 PM, Sep 22, 2016
and last updated 2016-09-22 14:12:01-04
BROOKFIELD -- Kohl’s Department Store in Brookfield hosted a personal shopping spree for breast cancer survivors on Thursday to benefit more than sixty people running in the Komen Southeast Wisconsin Race for the Cure. 
The retailer paid for the runners' footwear, clothes and all other gear they need for the race. 
“Kohl's is a proud supporter of Susan G. Komen and the fight against breast cancer,” said Anne Johnson of Kohl’s. “Since 2010, we donated $6.5 million to Komen to help educate women about the risk of breast cancer."
The race is Sunday, Sept. 25 along the lakefront. The organization’s goal is to raise $800,000.
Registration is still being accepted for the race. For more information, click here