San Diego – In 2019 alone, more than 86,000 Americans will be diagnosed with a primary brain tumor. San Diego-based Platinum Vape is joining Brain Tumor Awareness Month by actively donating $1.00 of each “Brain Box” sold this month to the National Brain Tumor Society. “Brain tumors have hit the Platinum family hard,” states George Sadler, co-owner of Platinum Vape. “Our Sales Manager, Preston Ashford has successfully recovered from his Brain Tumor and resulting operation. Although it has left him with some side effects, he is alive, active, and a husband and father. We hope that we can do our part in raising awareness for brain tumor research and innovation.” In an effort to find ways to give back. Platinum Vape is working on their “PRIDE Box” next to support the LGBTQ community.

Join Platinum Vape in the San Diego Brain Tumor Walk on May 11

Platinum Vape: Born in 2013 in San Diego, California as a father and son family business with a passion to perfect an oil that would be powerful, consistent, and desirable. It all begins with selecting the finest plants for extraction. Our farming partners are masters at their craft to ensure pesticide-free, high-potency cannabis flower. Platinum has a stubborn resolve to make their products convenient and affordable so they are available to everyone. With instilled core values of honesty and transparency, Platinum takes pride in bringing their superior range of products to you, our Platinum family, ensuring everyone enjoys the Platinum life.

National Brain Tumor Society: “May, observed nationally each year as Brain Tumor Awareness Month, presents a natural opportunity to not only raise our voices and call for greater support for the brain tumor cause, but to embrace the old adage that ‘actions speak louder than words.’ “With so few treatment options and insufficient improvements in survival and quality of life for patients with all types of brain tumors, NBTS is committed to uniting and mobilizing the brain tumor community to advocate for the change needed to spark investment and innovation in research and healthcare delivery that can help defeat brain tumors,” said David F. Arons, JD, Chief Executive Officer, National Brain Tumor Society.