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Parents, Kids Enjoyed Kids Korral at Annual Komen Atlanta Race for the Cure
Date:5/12/2009

Bright Starts(R) brand was lead sponsor for activity area at May 9 event

ATLANTA, May 12 /PRNewswire/ -- Bright Starts, a registered trademark of Kids II, Inc. hosted the first Bright Starts Kids for the Cure Korral at the 19th Annual Komen Atlanta Race for the Cure this past Saturday, May 9 at Atlantic Station in Midtown Atlanta, Ga. Parents and kids who participated in the race received a refreshing drink as they enjoyed fun activities like carnival games, caricature sketches and prize drawings in this special expo area.

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Participants also stopped by the expo area to nominate someone for the annual Bright Starts Pink Power Mom(TM) contest. This contest selects eight women who have survived breast cancer and used their experience to make a difference in the lives of others who are also affected by the disease. Each Bright Starts Pink Power Mom(TM) will receive a prize package which includes a $5,000 donation to the charity of her choice. Nominations will also be accepted online at www.pinkpowermom.com through June and winners will be announced at the end of August.

In addition to conducting the annual Bright Starts Pink Power Mom(TM) contest, Bright Starts also contributes a portion of the proceeds from the sale of its popular Pretty in Pink Collection to breast cancer research. These toys and baby gear were created to help give baby girls a brighter tomorrow with every purchase. Items include the Bounce-A-Bout(TM) Activity Center, Cradling Bouncer, Swing Anywhere(TM) Portable Swing and the Tummy Cruiser(TM) Prop & Play Mat among others.

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