Wednesday, September 8, 2010

From Rumpled to Runway

I bet you’re wondering what that title might mean, huh?  Well, I’m doing what I can to help support Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month and Ovarian Cancer Research, and I hope that you will too – so let me explain.

Kelly Ripa is the spokeswoman for Ovarian Cancer Research and, once again, she has teamed up with Electrolux to help support this great cause.  Here’s some information about it:

As Moms, we pull a lot of things together, from weekday meals to our little ones' back-to-school wardrobes. However, usually what suffers is our own wardrobe, as we pull wrinkled garments over our heads to make it out the door on time! Luckily, our favorite Mom/Brand team is getting together to show women everywhere how to go from rumpled to runway.

Electrolux and brand ambassador Kelly Ripa are partnering with some fashion-savvy bloggers to host a special fashion show to help raise awareness and funds to support ovarian cancer research. 
Since September is Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month, this fashion-focused event couldn't have come at a better time!  This fun and innovative fashion show will demonstrate how Perfect Steam™, and a little fashion ingenuity, can take any garments from "Rumpled to Runway".   

Even if you're not in the Big Apple to watch in person, you can cheer them on LIVE at TODAY at 1 PM EDT.  You can also follow along at Facebook/KellyConfidential and on Twitter @KCbyElectrolux.

How else can you help? Click on this link and “ go from rumpled to runway” with a simple click of your mouse.  Each time you do this, not only will you be entered for a chance to win a great washer and dryer set from Electrolux (in teal – the color of ovarian cancer awareness), but $1 will also be donated to Ovarian Cancer Research. 

If you’ve been reading my blog for any length of time, then you know that this is a cause very near and dear to my heart.  I’d appreciate your help!

NOTE: By sharing this post, I will be eligible to win a prize.  However, that is not my motivation for sharing.  That comes from losing my best friend to ovarian cancer, and wanting to help others to not experience the same thing.

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