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Tom’s of Maine Hosts Soccer Legend Mia Hamm For Live Reading of Winners Never Quit and Q&A On Lessons She Learned from Playing Sports
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When: Tuesday, March 26, 2013 – 7:00 p.m. EST/4:00 p.m. PST
Where: Hosted on Tom’s of Maine Facebook page – Facebook.com/TomsofMaine – via the Live Chat tab
What: Join natural oral care leader Tom’s of Maine for a fun, inspiring Wicked Cool! Story Hour and Q&A with soccer great, author and mom Mia Hamm.
Participants are encouraged to tune in live with their children for a reading of Winners Never Quit by Mia Hamm. Viewers can ask Mia questions live or on the Tom’s of Maine Facebook wall prior to the chat and she’ll field as many as possible.
Who: Mia has received plenty of recognition for her success within the sports realm, but now that she has become a household name, she is recognized as an icon. As an all‐time leading scorer, male or female, in international soccer history, Mia has been the five‐time US Soccer Player of the Year, the most any player has been honored. In 1997, Mia’s brother, Garrett, passed away from complications related to AplasticAnemia, a bone marrow disease and in his honor, she established the Mia Hamm Foundation. The Foundation’s focus is dedicated to raising awareness and funds for bone marrow transplant patients and their families. See miafounation.org for more information.
Why: Tom’s of Maine is asking parents to consider what’s inside their children’s toothpaste with the launch of its new natural toothpaste, Wicked Cool!, formulated for kids 8+. With no dyes, saccharin or artificial flavors often found in other brands, Wicked Cool! and Tom’s of Maine Silly Strawberry natural toothpaste, are available nationwide and at tomsofmainestore.com. Tom’s of Maine is the only brand to offer both a natural children’s rinse and natural toothpastes that are accepted by the American Dental Association (ADA) to help prevent cavities.
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