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Generation Huggies Celebrates 30 Years With 30 Moms
Date:10/3/2008

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"As a parent, I rely on my instincts to know what's best for my child and I trust my intuition to get through new experiences everyday," said Sweeney. "Being a mom is the best role I could ask for. I'm excited to partner with the Huggies brand to invite moms across the country to share their knowledge and experiences and truly celebrate the wonderful, rewarding, challenging world of motherhood."

"The Huggies brand has provided solutions to moms for 30 years and we look forward to supporting the newest generation of moms and babies," said Craig Wanous, Huggies brand senior brand manager. "Today's generation of moms has something special in common with their babies -- they are the first who wore Huggies diapers themselves and also use Huggies brand products on their kids. The Generation Huggies 30 Years, 30 Moms program demonstrates the brand's commitment to listening to mothers and honoring their individual approaches."

About the Generation Huggies Sweepstakes

In honor of the brand's 30th anniversary, one lucky winner will receive $30,000! From October 3, 2008 through November 30, 2008 everyone can enter to win the grand prize by entering online at http://www.GenerationHuggies.com. The winner will be chosen in a random drawing from among all eligible entries in December 2008.

Visit http://www.GenerationHuggies.com for the official sweepstakes rules and details. Entry is limited to one per day per person or e-mail address during the Sweepstakes period. Void where prohibited; no payment or purchase necessary. The sweepstakes is open to legal residents of the 50 United States plus the District of Columbia, age 18 or older.

About Huggies Brand Products

The Huggies brand provides customized products for babies' changing needs. Huggies brand diapers provide customized comfort for all babies.
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