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Sucrets(R) ICE and Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment Challenge Kids to Keep the Environment Healthy this Cold Season
Date:10/26/2009

LANGHORNE, Pa., Oct. 26 /PRNewswire/ -- It's that time of year again. Kids are coming home from school with sore throats and runny noses. The cold season is upon us! But this year, Sucrets® ICE -- the unique, frozen single-use packages that offer cooling, soothing relief to both children's and adults' harshest sore throats -- and Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment are making cold season "cool" with the "Save the Polar ICE Caps!" Challenge.

Sucrets ICE, with help from Scrat and the rest of the "Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs" characters, is asking kids to submit a drawing and brief message online at www.SucretsICEChallenge.com that illustrates what they would do to save the polar ice caps from the threat of global warming.

"From big ideas like solar-powered cars and windmills, to simple ideas like energy-saving light bulbs and reusable shopping bags, we want kids to use their imaginations while thinking through a real-world issue affecting them today and undoubtedly in the future," said Mike Tukdarian, president, Insight Pharmaceuticals, the makers of Sucrets ICE. "Participating in the 'Save the Polar ICE Caps!' Challenge is an opportunity for kids to learn more about the ways to slow down the environmental effects of global warming, and to win a chance to see these lessons come to life."

The grand prize winner will receive a visit to their classroom by an animator from Fox's Blue Sky Studios, who will create a still scene image of the winner's submission. In addition, the grand prize winner will receive an "Ice Age" DVD gift set from Fox, including the DVD release of each of the motion pictures "Ice Age", "Ice Age: The Meltdown", and "Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs", and a Sucrets ICE family sample basket, including four packages of Sucrets ICE, two tins of Sucrets Herbal, two tins of Sucrets Complete, and two boxes of Sucrets Sore Throat. Fou
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