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Pink pumpkins sold in Pinson to fight breast cancer

A business owner is selling painted pink pumpkins at Done Right Landscaping in Pinson. Source: WBRC video A business owner is selling painted pink pumpkins at Done Right Landscaping in Pinson. Source: WBRC video
Done Right Landscaping is located on Highway 79 in Pinson. Source: WBRC video Done Right Landscaping is located on Highway 79 in Pinson. Source: WBRC video
PINSON, AL (WBRC) -

A Pinson business owner is helping in the fight against breast cancer one pink pumpkin at a time.

Lee Smith, Jr., the owner of Done Right Landscaping, has sold about 136 painted pink pumpkins so far. Some of the money will go to the Susan G. Komen for the Cure.

Smith has two aunts who are breast cancer survivors and he says he just wants to give back.

"We tried to be creative with it and we knew that the pink pumpkins was something different...so it just did real good for us," Smith said.

This is Smith's first year to sell pink pumpkins and he says he'll do it again next year.

Done Right Landscaping is on Highway 79 in Pinson.

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