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Your Little Girl Could Be The Next Miss Coppertone!

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Coppertone is looking for the next
Little Miss Coppertone!

Celebrity mom Alison Sweeney has teamed up with Coppertone to select the top 10 finalists who personify the playful, optimistic spirit of Coppertone’s iconic character.

Who: Is your child between the ages of two and seven? If so she may be perfect for the spot!

When: Visit the Coppertone’s Facebook Page and upload a photo of your little girl, you can do this from now until June 22nd.

What: America will cast a vote for the winner who will receive the ultimate family vacation and be featured in a 2013 Coppertone Print Ad.

Visit the Coppertone’s Facebook Page for more details and to enter!

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Disclosure of Material Connection:  The above mentioned product was received for free in hopes that I would mention this contest on Mommy of Two Little Monkeys. I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.” The opinions expressed in this post are entirely my own. Your experience with the product may differ from mine. For more information read my disclosure policy.

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  • Well I think the times have changed and maybe Coppertone will advertise more about sunscreening instead of suntanning? I don't have kids that little anymore but my grandkids are. I think I'll sit this one out. I do think it's a bit sexist that it is only for girls? Strange really that a company would do that.
  • I don't think having children with a tan should be on ads. Now that we know all of the harmful effects, they should be showing children wearing proper protection from the sun.
  • So funny that I remember when the little girl had a dark tan and her bottom was really white. Times have really changed.
  • I have always thought that billboard was cute. Having said that I would never have let my daughter in the ad first due to the nature of the ad. I'm not saying all parents would be wrong to let their daughter enter but for me personally no. Also showing a child with that much of a tan would be against how I feel about to much sun and it's harmful effects. Gladys P sps1113 at yahoo dot com Gladys Parker recently posted..Kayla's Dance Recital Went Great
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