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Local Families Chosen for Ambassador Role for 2008 March for Babies
Date:2/12/2008

March of Dimes Rolls Out New Logo ... New Event Name ... Same Commitment to

the Health of all Babies

CINCINNATI, Feb. 12 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The March of Dimes Greater Cincinnati Division is pleased to announce that 4-year-old Bradley Coffey of Kennedy Heights and his family will serve as the Ambassador Family for March for Babies at Sawyer Point! Formerly known as WalkAmerica, March for Babies is the March of Dimes premier fundraising event that benefits all babies -- those born healthy as well as those who need help to survive and thrive. The March of Dimes is also proud to show off their new purple logo and "re- branding" initiative, featuring the event change to March for Babies. While the mission of the March of Dimes remains the same, they want everyone to know "our work benefits all babies, and we're here as a knowledgeable and reliable friend to all pregnant women and moms."

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"I'm proud to be part of a national movement to ensure that every baby has a healthy start in life," Proud Mom, Kelley Coffey said. "Everyone can be a champion for baby health by signing up for March for Babies," she continued. Coffey's 4-year-old son Bradley is proof that well conducted research and scientific advances can and do save lives! Born more than 2 months premature, Bradley weighed just 2-pounds, 11-ounces and spent 3 harrowing months in a neonatal intensive care unit struggling to survive. He had problems breathing on his own and required oxygen among other treatments. Kelley and her husband, Matthew, say the March of Dimes has played an important role in bettering the health of their child.

In Clermont County, the Jefferson family is also getting ready for the excitement surrounding March for Babies! The March of Dimes has chosen the Amelia family as the Ambassador fam
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