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Nov132012

Aflac Duck Holiday Ducks: Gifts That Give Back #AflacKids

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Aflac has teamed up with Macy’s to offer the perfect holiday present: limited edition plush Holiday Ducks, which benefit pediatric cancer treatment and research. All net proceeds go toward pediatric cancer treatment and research at the participating children’s cancer facility nearest to where each duck is sold. Since 2001, the sales of the Aflac Holiday Duck have raised more than three million dollars.

This year, Aflac held a contest among the patients at the Aflac Cancer Center in Atlanta to determine who would design the 2012 Holiday Duck. Sixteen year-old Monica Sandoval, from Winder, GA, was the winner. Monica, who has battled leukemia for 4 years, is thrilled to have had her design selected and hopes that everyone will be inspired to purchase the 2012 duck to raise money and awareness for childhood cancer.

Purchase information:

The Aflac Holiday Duck retails for $10 for the 6-inch duck and $15 for the 10-inch version. The Aflac Holiday Duck is available at over 600 participating Macy’s stores across the country and at www.aflacholidayduck.com. All net proceeds go to fighting pediatric cancer.

You can purchase Aflac Holiday Ducks at AflacHolidayDuck.com as well as at over 600 Macy’s Stores nationwide. The Aflac Holiday Duck retails for $10 for the 6-inch duck and $15 for the 10-inch version. All net proceeds go to fighting pediatric cancer when you purchase an Aflac Holiday Duck!

Be sure to stop by the Twitter party to raise awareness about pediatric cancer and the Aflac Holiday duck and you get the chance to WIN Prizes!  Aflac will donate $2.00 directly to pediatric cancer research for every Tweet sent with the #AflacKids hashtag!

Mark Your Calendars:

Date: Thursday, November 29
Time: 9pm ET
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Hashtag:  #AflacKids

This is a sponsored post for Aflac/SheSpeaks. All opinions are my own.

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