Little Busy Bodies, maker of the popular saline nose wipe for kids called Boogie Wipes, is launching a nationwide contest to find ordinary kids doing extraordinary thing to honor them on their new Boogie Wipes 90-count canisters. Running from August 1st to December, parents will be able to nominate their children online by explaining what he or she has done or achieved that the world needs to know about. Three winners will have their picture and story appear on the Boogie Wipes canister as one of the new faces of Boogie Wipes.
Check out more info and how to enter in the press release below:
Everyday Kids Reach Extraordinary Heights as the Search for the New Faces of Boogie Wipes Continues
From random acts of kindness to deliberate acts of good will, pint-size heroes are making a positive difference
PORTLAND, OR – Kids across America are proving they have what it takes to make the world a better place and for that, they may be chosen as the next face of Boogie Wipes. Little Busy Bodies, Inc. is calling on parents nationwide to honor their children for their extraordinary achievements by entering them in the “Snot Your Average Kid” search. Created to celebrate the generous, motivated and otherwise extraordinary kids of today, the “Snot Your Average Kid” contest will reward three deserving kids with the
opportunity to be on the new 90-count canisters of Boogie Wipes.
“We have had a fantastic turnout of entries thus far and we are just a few weeks into the search,” said Little Busy Bodies co-founder Julie Pickens. “As a mom, it is very heartening to hear about the amazing children that are being raised today and the truly extraordinary achievements they are making, some at a very young age. I am so honored that we will be able to have some of these children grace the new Boogie Wipes canister and that the world will be able to hear about their wonderful actions.”
The good works of Aubrey Clark, Cameron Gregory and Kobe Pitts are three examples of the selfless acts children around the country are carrying out on a daily basis.
Aubrey, independently empathetic at only 5 years old, collects happy cards or what she calls “Jellyfish Wishes” for children in hospitals around the world. She has also collected clothing for those in need in Haiti as well as participated in local pediatric cancer walks.
Cameron, age 8, has raised almost $3,000 in the last two years for Walk MS after deciding of his own accord to participate in the fundraising event because a friend’s mom suffers from the disease.
Kobe, a true gentleman at the age of 9, inspired his mom to submit him to the contest after he recently helped an elderly stranger load her groceries into her car.
“Kobe inspires me everyday to be a better person,” said his mother, Melissa Pitts. “While he never asks for anything in return for his altruism, I thought entering him in the Snot Your Average Kid search would be a fun way to honor Kobe and shed a light on today’s young role models. With all of the negative occurrences surrounding us in everyday life, it is so inspiring and heart-warming to see such genuine selflessness and compassion towards others.”
The “Snot Your Average Kid” contest runs now through December and any child who has achieved or is doing extraordinary things is eligible to be entered. Three children will be chosen to be on the 90-count canister labels and countless others will be honored for their achievements on the Boogie Wipes web site. Parents can enter their child’s story for the contest at www.boogiewipes.com.