Tuesday, October 6, 2015

Contest: NFL Fan Model

The NFL announced today the launch of the NFL Teen Style Contest, where female fans ages 13-17 will compete for the chance to be featured in the 2016 NFL Juniors Apparel campaign.
Fans may enter the contest by taking a photo of themselves in football-themed attire with a caption describing their NFL style and submitting it via www.nflteenstyle.com or using #NFLTeenStyleContest via Twitter or Instagram. The contest submission period runs from 12:00 PM ET on Sept. 28 through 12:00 PM ET on Oct. 28.
Ten semi-finalists will be selected based on the quality of their photo, relevance to the contest theme, best NFL style and level of originality.  The ten semi-finalists will be given NFL Juniors apparel and asked to submit an additional photo that shows their NFL style followed by a telephone interview.  The 10 semi-finalist submissions (photo & interview) will be judged and the top three finalists will be declared. The three finalists will be featured on the NFL Juniors microsite (nflteenstyle.com) for a public vote to determine one Grand Prize winner. The voting period will run from 12:00 PM ET on Nov. 23 through 12:00 PM ET on Dec. 4.

The Grand Prize winner will be included in the 2016 NFL Juniors Apparel Campaign. NFL Juniors apparel current and past brand ambassadors include Madison Pettis (actress),China Anne McClain (singer/actress)and Miranda Cosgrove (actress).
“We are thrilled to give fans the opportunity to be included in our upcoming Juniors Apparel Campaign,” said Natara Holloway, NFL Vice President Consumer Products Brand and Retail. “Fans of the NFL are so loyal and this is just one way we are able to show our gratitude.”

The NFL Juniors Apparel Campaign is part of the overall NFL Apparel campaign featuring Men’s and Women’s. Notable fashion influencers Jamie Chung, Erin Heatherton, Alyssa Milano, Dascha Polanco and Tika Sumpter are featured in the 2015 Women’s campaign, while the Juniors highlights Madison Pettis. Super Bowl XLIX champion Julian Edelman of the New England Patriots and Super Bowl XLV champion Jordy Nelson of the Green Bay Packers will headline the Men’s Apparel campaign, showcasing the versatility of NFL apparel.

NFL Juniors Apparel is available at NFLShop.com/Juniors.

Shopping Savings: Olive Garden's Never Ending Pasta Bowl

Olive Garden’s Never Ending Pasta Bowl is celebrating its 20th anniversary! Celebrate this major milestone by treating your family to a meal the whole crew will enjoy!
Beginning today through November 22, choose your unlimited pasta, sauce and toppings along with soup or salad – all starting at just $9.99. And it wouldn’t be a party without breadsticks, now would it?!

Never Ending Pasta Bowl includes options to please the entire family:
·         Pastas: Rigatoni, Cavatappi, Spaghetti, Whole Wheat Linguine, Gluten-Free Rotini, Tri-Colored Penne, Fettuccine, Angel Hair and Mezzaluna Ravioli.
·         Sauces: Five Cheese Marinara, Traditional Meat Sauce, Asiago Garlic Alfredo, Alfredo, Marinara, New Chicken Pomodoro and Pesto Alfredo. 
·         Toppings: Meatballs, Italian Sausage, Chicken Meatballs, Crispy Chicken Fritta or Crispy Shrimp Fritta can be added to any combination starting at $2.99.

Caring Causes: Breast Cancer Care Bundle

In honor of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Topical BioMedics, Inc., Rhinebeck, NY, has partnered with The Healthy Back Bag Company® By Ameribag, Kingston, NY, to offer an exclusive “Breast Cancer Care Bundle.”  The Breast Cancer Care Bundle features an “I Love My Life” Healthy Back Bag and 4-oz. jar of safe, natural Topricin® Foot Therapy Cream, which together provide comfort, help relieve the pain of chemo-induced neuropathy, alleviate body stress, and offer inspiration during the challenging and celebratory moments in life.  In addition, the offer includes a bonus breast cancer ribbon bag charm (while supplies last).  A portion of the proceeds from the Breast Cancer Care Bundle will be donated to Breast Cancer Options, an independent non-profit organization based in Kingston, NY.    

During October, the Breast Cancer Care Bundle is available for $88 plus shipping and handling (retail value $104.95).  In addition, Topical BioMedics and The Healthy Back Bag Company are also offering a Breast Cancer Care Mini Bundle with a large Baglett and 2 oz. tube of Topricin Foot Therapy Cream for $46 (retail value $54.95), with bonus breast cancer ribbon bag charm (while supplies last).  Shipping on both bundles is free, and a portion of the proceeds from the sale of the mini bundle will also be donated to Breast Cancer Options.  Appreciated by anyone, the bundles make thoughtful gifts for a family member or friend who is a cancer fighter or survivor.  
To view offers, visit www.ameribag.com/bundles or http://topricin.com/common/pagedetail.aspx?PageCode=ILoveMyLife

Available in a variety of colors with a silver lining, The I Love My Life Healthy Back Bag and large Baglett are fabricated in microfiber with the  embroidered phrase “I Love My Life!” woven throughout the floral design—a positive affirmation that serves as a reminder to appreciate little everyday moments.  The bags feature an ergonomic design for comfort, minimizing stress on shoulders, neck and back, as well as organizational pockets for security and easy access.
Topricin Foot Therapy Cream is patented for neuropathy (chemo-induced and diabetic) and will not interfere with any other medications.  It has helped hundreds of thousands of patients with chemo-induced neuropathy experience healing relief, reducing or even eliminating the need for oral pain pills.  Odorless, greaseless, and free of parabens, petroleum, counterirritants, and other harsh chemicals, Topricin Foot Therapy Cream can be used on any part of the body.  It features a combination of natural (homeopathic) medicines that help the body rebalance healing chemistries, which detoxify the damaged area around the nerve tissue to help restore oxygenated blood flow.

After enduring back surgery some 20 years ago, Margery Gaffin came up with the idea of a totally organized, one shouldered bag that opens to the front and is contoured to the body to feel lighter and more comfortable. Margery’s husband, Irwin, was one of the foremost leather craftsmen in the USA, who for over 25 years had been designing high quality leather bags for celebrities and multi-million dollar companies. Irwin and Margery developed the idea with the help of a doctor (Dr. David Liverett) and a chiropractor to determine just how the ergonomics of the bag could best reflect the requirements of the spine. The bag’s ergonomic trademarked teardrop shape and the organization of the internal pockets makes the weight feel lighter by redistributing the bag’s center of gravity, all while relieving stress on the neck, shoulders, and back. Different sizes were created to cater to different body types and the incredibly intelligent pocket configuration that both spreads weight around the bag and organizes your life, was honed and refined.

21 years in business and a Certified B Corporation, Topical BioMedics is a research and development leader in topical patented natural biomedicines for pain relief. The company’s flagship product, Topricin® Pain Relief and Healing Cream, was introduced in 1994 and is now a leading natural therapeutic brand. A combination natural biomedicine formula, Topricin has been awarded a patent for the treatment of pain associated with fibromyalgia and neuropathy. Topricin products are mandatory treatment protocol at world renowned medical centers. Made in the U.S.A., all Topricin products are federally-regulated over-the-counter medicines with no known side effects, no parabens, petroleum, or other harsh chemicals, no grease, and no odor.
Topical BioMedics launched a free monthly pain management webinar in February 2015. Featuring Lou Paradise, president, chief of research, and pain management expert, the webinars are streamed live the second Tuesday of each month from 12pm to 1pm then archived on the company’s WordPress blog for on-demand access 24/7.

Breast Cancer Options is an independent non-profit organization and the largest provider of free breast cancer services in the Hudson Valley. In many places we are the only provider. We are an organization of survivors and their supporters who understand that a woman diagnosed with breast cancer is suddenly faced with some of the most important decisions she will ever make about her own healthcare. Our mission is to educate breast cancer patients about effective treatment options, to advocate for and support informed patient choice and to promote public awareness regarding cancer risk reduction.

Caring Causes: Reasons to Smile - Special Stories

Elizabeth Martins, is the co-founder of a project called Reasons to Smile: Special Stories. The goal of the project is to create a series of books and also a website where people can share and read stories about life with special needs. The idea of the project is to create a platform for people to share their experiences and to be inspired by others. They want others to feel strengthened by the power of community and the written word.

The inaugural book is titled Reasons to Smile: Celebrating People Living with Down Syndrome and it will be released January 2016. The next books will focus on different themes. The goal of their first Kickstarter launch is to create a website where we can continue sharing stories beyond the printed word.
Our Kickstarter page has a video and bullet points on why this project is unique.
1. Community - Reasons to Smile: Special Stories is intended to create community, bringing forth stories that will make readers smile and leave them feeling encouraged.
2. Awareness - Reasons to Smile: Special Stories brings up issues that need to be addressed. Together, through the power of the written world, we can make this world a better place for individuals living with special needs.
3. Encouragement - Reasons to Smile: Special Stories delivers inspiring and encouraging messages, letting other know they are not alone.

Monday, October 5, 2015

Parenting Pointers: Key to Academic Success

By Dr. Chad Larson
Once again fall is nearly upon us and that means a season change and a change of life for parents and kids alike. As children head back to school and begin the 2015-2016 school year, parents everywhere are devising ways to give their children every advantage in order to achieve academic success.  
Kids are sent off armed with pens, pencils, crayons, notebooks, calculators and lined paper. We check in with them daily to ensure they are and stay on top of homework.  We call and email teachers to make sure our children are paying attention in class and not causing trouble. If we sense our children need extra help, we’re on it, researching the best and brightest tutors in order to help our little ones catch-up and master that difficult phase of geometry.
We do everything we can to give our children the opportunity to succeed academically and to thrive.  But even though most parents are “all over it” when it comes to providing our children with the academic supplies and support that they need, many parents fail to provide their kids with one of the most important and integral facets to academic success--a diet that is rich in the nutrients needed for optimum brain function.  
It’s not the school supplies or tutors, it’s what your children eat that will give your kids the most opportunity to succeed from an academic standpoint. Every student has the potential to do well in school. Failing to provide good nutrition puts them at risk for missing out on meeting that potential.
With that said, here are some of the things parents can do to ensure their children’s diets are not inhibiting academic success:
  • Make sure your kids eat a balanced and nutritious diet, full of vitamins and minerals from fruits and vegetables.
  • Limit the amount of sugar in your kids’ diets—the biggest source of sugar for most kids is sugary drinks.
  • Deficiencies in other vitamins and minerals, specifically thiamine, vitamin E, vitamin B, iodine, and zinc, are shown to inhibit cognitive abilities and mental concentration in school-age children.
Another piece of advice is to limit the amount of sugar given to your children.  Studies have shown that after the consumption of 100 milligrams of sugar, the immune system of children is suppressed for up to 5 hours.  No wonder children get sick so often! Keep in mind that even the Center for Disease Control (CDC) has given issued reports about the consequences of poor diet on children.  According to the Healthy Youth report, children deficient in certain nutrients have lower grades and higher instances of tardiness and absenteeism. These effects can be counteracted when children consume a balanced diet that includes protein, fat, complex carbohydrates, and fiber. Keep your eye open for the affects of food sensitivities and allergies. If you notice your children are having any resulting symptoms after consuming certain types of foods, make note.  They may need to be tested for food sensitivities or allergies. Not all tests for food sensitivities are equal. Check out www.joincyrex.com/patients for what I believe is the best testing on the market.
As we settle in to the school year, remember that a healthy diet leads to healthy students. Healthy students will spend more time in class having fewer interruptions in learning over the course of the school year. Taking action today to provide healthier diet choices will help to set students up for a successful future full of academic success.
Dr. Chad Larson, CCN, CSCS, Advisor and Consultant to Cyrex Laboratories
Dr. Larson holds a Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine degree from Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine and a Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Southern California University of Health Sciences. He is a Certified Clinical Nutritionist and a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist. He particularly pursues advanced developments in the fields of endocrinology, orthopedics, sports medicine, and environmentally-induced chronic disease.

How to Have the Best Halloween Party—Even on a Tight Budget

By Terrance Zepke

1.     The most important thing is planning. You don’t have to be a domestic diva or Martha Stewart to have a great party, but you have to have a plan and be organized. Invitations should go out 3 – 4 weeks in advance and you need to request RSVPs so that you will have enough food, beverages, etc. Decide what kind of party you want to have. Will it be catered? Will you ask guests to bring a dish? Or do you want to make everything yourself? I don’t recommend this as it is a lot of work unless you’re you really enjoy cooking and baking and are very good at it. I recommend a happy medium whereby you make some recipes and pick up store bought or catered items, such as deli trays and bakery cupcakes. Expect each guest to consume about a dozen appetizers and desserts. Guests typically consume two drinks during the first hour of the party and average one for every hour after that. For kids parties, expect them to eat everything you put out!

2.    Do everything that you can well in advance of the party. This includes finalizing your menu, cleaning, shopping, decorating, and preparing recipes and activities. You can make and freeze some recipes or store in airtight canisters. Be sure to do little shortcuts that will help you during the party, as well. For example, use cupcake liners instead of bowls for serving ice cream at a kids party. Freeze individual scoops of chocolate and orange and/or lime sherbet in liners the night before and your work is done. Remove from freezer and serve.

3.    Stick to simple recipes that won’t cost much money or require too much time or effort, such as Reese’s cupcakes. These are very festive and fun for kids or adults.

Reese’s Cupcakes

Use any brand yellow or white cake mix (I like Pillsbury with pudding in the mix). Make according to directions and then add Reese’s pieces. Optional: Add chocolate or orange frosting, but they are so tasty and pretty that it’s not necessary. So easy and yummy!

For an adult party, one of my favorite appetizers is:

Monster Meatballs

Combine one jar of grape jelly (I like Welch’s), a bottle of chili sauce (I like Heinz), and a package of frozen meatballs. Cook in Crockpot for 6 hours. Simmer on lowest heat during party and stir periodically.
Be sure to serve a good balance of light appetizers, heavy appetizers, and desserts, including healthy options. If hosting a kids party, be sure to ask about any food allergies or kosher restrictions on your RSVP card.

4.     Another critical component to a good party is ambience. This means decorations, which is my favorite part of Halloween! You have to decide if you’re going to have a theme for a kids party or just decorate as you like. Theme ideas include Hocus Pocus, Disney movie/character, Harry Potter, etc. If you’re sticking to a theme, decorating is largely confined to that theme and you can pick up everything you need at a local party shop.

If you’re like me and don’t like to be restricted to a specific theme, then you can decorate as you like. The cheapest and easiest things you can do is go to the dollar store and stock up on the following items and arrange on tables, mantles, etc. You can find loads of ideas, free Halloween clip art, free patterns for bats, ghosts, etc., and pumpkin carving/decorating  ideas online by doing a search using keywords ‘Halloween decorating’ or ‘Halloween pumpkin carving ideas’.

Here are some suggestions:

I have lots of props I have collected over the years, such as a hand that expands when placed in water. So I put this into a large jar and it blows up like 500%. I also have a skull and skeleton  and place them in jars too. These create cool specimen jars. And I have a fake arm that I have coming out of a closet. I lay its hand on the doorknob as if it is trying to get out. I have one-dimensional card board figures (one mummy and one monster) that I place in upper windows to look like creatures are running about. I have lots of colorful signs I use to line the driveway and sidewalk. I place luminaries between signs and this creates very nice effect with minimal effort.

5.     The last thing you need to do to ensure a killer party is plan fun activities. If it is a kids party, you need to have crafts/activities and games. An example of an easy activity is Creepy Luminaries. Save jelly jars, peanut butter jars, mayonnaise jars, etc. Clean thoroughly and dry completely.
What You’ll Need…
Acrylic paint (and glaze, optional)
Black magic marker
Tea candles or glow sticks
Paint jars using acrylic craft paint in all kinds of fun colors, such as green, orange, and purple. One layer is enough. Be sure that paint is completely dry before proceeding. I recommend doing this step before the party so that you don’t have to wait for paint to dry or worry about kids getting paint all over themselves and your house. Optional: Paint the jar rims with black paint. There are several options for making the face. The kids can simply draw the face freehand and then paint over the outline. Or you can use paper or cardboard to create stencil faces that you trace onto the jar. Or you can simply use a black permanent marker to “paint” faces. Optional: Spray with glaze and let dry. Insert a tea candle and light using a long-stemmed match (like the kind used for lighting a gas grill) or you can use a glow stick which is completely safe for children.

The information is from Terrance Zepke’s new book, HAPPY HALLOWEEN! Hundreds of Perfect Party Recipes, Delightful Decorating Ideas & Awesome Activities. Terrance Zepke has a B.A. in Journalism and a Masters degree in Mass Communications from USC and has studied parapsychology at the renowned Rhine Research Center. She is the author of 28 books, such as A Ghost Hunter’s Guide to the Most Haunted Houses in America, Spookiest Lighthouses, and The Encyclopedia of Cheap Travel: Save Up To 90% on Lodging, Flights, Tours, Cruises, and More! She is in demand as a speaker and has appeared on NPR, The Learning Channel, PBS, CNN, History Channel, and Travel Channel. She is also the host of Terrance Talks Travel and co-host of A Writer’s Journey: From Blank Page to Published. For more on this author or her titles, visit www.terrancezepke.com      

Thursday, October 1, 2015

Healthy Habits: Six Plant-Based Foods You Should Try Today

By Vanessa Chamberlin

The glorious thing about plant-based eating is that your grocery store or farmer’s market is full of an incredible array of foods, flavors, and textures that are just waiting to be discovered. Even a typical grocery store has a produce section that carries seasonal and ethnic foods that often get passed-over, but are convenient, inexpensive, and yummy.

If you’re stuck in a rut of getting the same lettuce-tomato-onion-type foods that you always get, take a walk! Look at some of the other plant-based foods and see how you can work them into your diet.

Not sure where to start? In the spirit of a number that signifies longevity, here are six plant-based foods I totally love that are healthy and tasty, but not part of the average diet. What are some delicious food discoveries you’ve made and put on your grocery list each week?

Jicama, also known as a Mexican potato, is a big, heavy, brown fruit that really does look like a weird potato. The excellent thing about jicama is that it is very crisp and crunchy, but has a mild flavor like a cucumber. Jicama can be sliced and used with dips as an alternative to chips, eaten in sticks like any other crunchy veggie, or added to salads for a snappy texture without confusing the flavor profile. It’s a great summer side dish served with a spritz of lime juice and a dusting of chili powder if you’d like a little kick!

Bok Choy
In Asian cuisine, bok choy is a staple! For most of us, though, we’d never think to work bok choy into a dish, which is unfortunate because of how versatile and healthy this veggie is. Bok choy can be added to a salad, but it can also be eaten like you’d eat celery with a little hummus or nut butter. It can also be added to soups or stir-frys, or braised or grilled on its own, and given a little seasoning to become a brilliant side dish.

Pluots are an incredible, juicy little snack that comes from mixing a plum with an apricot. They’re so good! Plums aren’t terribly uncommon, but not a lot of people are familiar with pluots. It’s a shame because they’re easy to carry in a lunch for you or for your children, they’re a little sweet with the benefits of both plums and apricots, and they’re another inexpensive fruit. They might be seasonal depending on where you live, but look for a fruit that’s a little smaller than a plum, and more yellow, in the plum area of your grocery store.

Rutabaga is popular in some countries around the world, but it frequently gets forgotten in the US. With a little bit of a punch like a radish, rutabaga is an awesome root vegetable. If you like the spicy snap of it, it’s great to be eaten as a raw veggie. Others would enjoy rutabagas along with things like potatoes, parsnips, and squash in a cold-weather harvest stew!

A lot of people feel strange about eating cactus, but prickly pear cactus (also known as nopal) tastes great and is SO good for you! It can have positive effects on blood sugar and managing diabetes, and it can help lower cholesterol. I suggest buying it cleaned already because the spines can be difficult to deal with if you’re new to the food, but many average grocery stores (and I imagine every Mexican or Hispanic market) carry cleaned nopal ready to cook. Similar in texture to something like a green pepper, nopal is great in dishes like scrambled tofu, or really anything sautéed. It tastes like other green veggies (think green peppers or green beans) with just a little lemony tartness. It goes really well with spicy dishes.

Dandelion Greens
The wonderful world of leafy greens leaves us with plenty of options at pretty much every grocery store, but dandelion greens aren’t something most people eat every day. The green leaves are great in salads and slaws, but they can also be boiled like spinach or sautéed and seasoned. They’re just a little bitter, but fun to try, and you can even forage for them if you’re really up for an adventure!

When people tell me that they don’t do plant-based eating because they don’t want to limit themselves, I have to laugh. People limit themselves all the time! Even with great options and an endless menu of flavors and colors, most people fall into a routine of eating the same things all the time. This is your wake-up call to use plant-based eating as a way to EXPAND your diet, and bring in fantastic fruits, vegetables, nuts, seeds, and beans that you otherwise never would have enjoyed.

Vanessa Chamberlin is a Certified Holistic Health Practitioner and Lifestyle Coach and author of The Fire-Driven Life: How to Ignite the Fire of Self-Worth, Health, and Happiness with a Plant-Based Diet. For more information, please visit www.vanessachamberlin.com and connect with her on Twitter, @vkchamberlin.

Free Legal Clinics Hosted by CAIR-MN

The Minnesota chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR-MN) will hold two Free Brief Advice Legal Clinics in October. The first one will be on October 3rd as part of the Day of Dignity Event at the Masjid Nur in Minneapolis and the second one will be on October 29th at the Scott County Government Center in Shakopee which is co-sponsored by the Scott County Law Library. Both clinics will provide free legal advice on issues such as civil rights, housing, family law, consumer debt, and employment. They will be staffed by volunteer attorneys, CAIR - Minnesota staff and volunteer law students.
WHAT: Free Brief Advice Legal Clinics
WHEN:  Saturday, October 3 from 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. at Masjid Nur
               Thursday, October 29th from 1 p.m. - 4 p.m. in Shakopee
WHERE:  October 3 - Masjid Nur, 1729 Lyndale Avenue North, Minneapolis, MN 55411
October 29 - Scott County Government Center Room 112, 200 Fourth Avenue West, Shakopee, MN 55379
"Now more than ever, people have legal issues but no access to attorneys. These clinics will enable people to talk to a lawyer for free about their legal problems," said CAIR-MN Civil Rights Attorney Ellen Longfellow. "We thank our F.R. Bigelow Foundation and Minnesota State Bar Foundation partners for helping us to provide access to legal services to the community."
CAIR is America's largest Muslim civil liberties organization. Its mission is to enhance the understanding of Islam, encourage dialogue, protect civil liberties, empower American Muslims, and build coalitions that promote justice and mutual understanding.

Fun Freetime: Disney Ridgedale Grand Opening

Disney Store will celebrate the grand opening of its new store at Ridgedale Center in Minnetonka, Minn., on Saturday, Oct. 10, 2015. The Disney Store at Ridgedale Center is one of several locations to celebrate its Grand Opening across North America in 2015, offering an immersive retail experience with a touch of magic for Disney fans of all ages. New for 2015, the Disney Store grand opening celebration will feature a festive song, composed specially for Disney Store and performed by the store Cast Members. Additionally, the first 500 guests to attend the opening celebration will receive a free gift and an opportunity to meet Donald Duck and Daisy Duck in the Center Court from noon to 4 p.m.
Including unique elements such as a blue Pixie Dust Trail, Magical Trees, Disney Store Theater and Storytelling Neighborhoods featuring Disney, Marvel and Star Wars product statements, the store also includes design elements exclusive to Minnetonka. As guests enter the store and look above, they will see a customized skyline incorporating local landmarks – including Lake Minnetonka and Fort Snelling – in addition to classic Disney features and magical storytelling moments.

**All giveaways are subject to availability.
The Disney Store retail chain, which debuted in 1987, is owned and operated by Disney in North America, Europe, and Japan. Disney Store is the retail merchandising arm of Disney Consumer Products, the business segment of The Walt Disney Company (NYSE:DIS) and its affiliates that extends the Disney brand to merchandise. Disney Store carries high-quality products, including exclusive product lines that support and promote Disney's key entertainment initiatives and characters. Disney Store opened its first store in Glendale, California and, in doing so, originated the themed retail business model. There are currently more than 200 Disney Store locations in North America; more than 40 Disney Store locations in Japan; and more than 70 Disney Store locations in Belgium, Denmark, France, Ireland, Italy, Portugal, Spain and the United Kingdom, plus online stores www.DisneyStore.com, www.disneystore.co.uk, www.disneystore.fr, www.disneystore.de, www.disneystore.se, www.disneystore.dk, www.disneystore.it, www.disneystore.es and www.disneystore.co.jp. Each Disney Store location offers a magical shopping experience that can only be delivered by Disney, one of the world’s largest and most successful entertainment companies. For more information, please visit www.disneyconsumerproducts.com/press/us/disneystore or follow us at www.facebook.com/DisneyStore and www.twitter.com/DisneyStore.


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