Co-founder Becky Olson overcame breast cancer three times.
Early detection allows Sara to start treatment and plan for the road to recovery.
Becky Olson is preparing for her 4th bout with cancer.
As the fourth woman in her family to be diagnosed with breast cancer, Sara thinks it's better to be safe than sorry.
"Many of our employees wear hard hats on a daily basis for personal protection, and we're proud of their commitment to wear an EMCOR/University Mechanical Pink Hard Hat in October to raise awareness for breast cancer, reminding women and men they can help protect themselves by getting screened".
The CDC suggests breast cancer screenings for women over the age of 50 as they are at an average risk for breast cancer.
Not a jumper? Through October, Rush Air Sports will also be selling commemorative pink socks with proceeds benefiting Making Strides Against Breast Cancer of American Cancer Society.
The center also says that each year in the US, more than 200,000 women get breast cancer and more than 40,000 die from the disease.
"This brings hope. That there's progress being made, that there's awareness, that hopefully there's a cure coming", says breast cancer survivor Linda Ethier.
"Some days are good days, some days are emotional and some days are not so good days", says Ethier. They've already sold more than 300 shirts.