Mommy Blog Expert: Holiday Gift Christmas Duck With Antlers Kids Toy Helps Fight Pediatric Cancer

Thursday, November 29, 2012

Holiday Gift Christmas Duck With Antlers Kids Toy Helps Fight Pediatric Cancer


Aflac once again is giving back to the community for the holidays and is inviting the public to join in. This time they've partnered with cause marketing conscious Macy’s for the perfect gift this Christmas season: a cute limited edition plush Aflac Holiday Duck that comes complete with antlers, earmuffs and a cozy red scarf. Available in 6" and 10" sizes, the cuddly soft plush stuffed animal toy even talks, quacking "Aflac" when you squeeze it. Making this even more meaningful, this year's special do-good duck was designed by 16 year-old leukemia patient Monica Sandoval of Winder, Georgia.

Monica shows off her 2012 winning duck designs, Image from Aflac
The best part of all is that when you buy these you're not only giving a child or kid-at-heart adult a novel holiday present or stocking stuffer that they'll never forget. Come to think of it you might want to get an extra one of these adorable ducks for yourself. Pediatric cancer treatment and research also benefits because proceeds go toward both treatment and research at the participating children's cancer facility closest to where each duck is purchased.


The Aflac Holiday Duck retails for just $10 for the 6-inch duck and $15 for the 10-inch version. These are available at more than 600 participating Macy’s stores across the U.S. and online at -- but remember they are a limited edition and this is the only year they will be available. All net proceeds go to fighting kids cancer. Since 2001 the sales of the Aflac Holiday Duck each year have raised more than three million dollars.

Aflac Holiday Duck 
Twitter Party Tonight
Aflac Holiday Duck 2012 Limited Edition is adorable & for a great cause
You can help Aflac in their noble efforts even more by attending tonight's fun Twitter Party. @MommyBlogExpert is especially thrilled to be one of the panelists joining @AflacDuck and @SheSpeaksup for this good cause event to raise awareness about pediatric cancer and the Aflac Holiday Duck. We're also giving away some great prizes every 10 minutes this evening including Aflac Holiday Ducks and Macy's gift cards.  Plus, Aflac is donating $2 directly to pediatric cancer research for every Tweet with the #AflacKids hashtag during the party. 

I hope you'll join me because the more everyone Tweets, the more money will be going to help children with cancer. All details are below. The Grand Prize is a $250 Macy's gift card so make sure you RSVP and participate to be eligible to win. Good luck and I hope to see you there.

Twitter Party Details 

Date: Thursday, November 29

Time: 9 pm EST
Hashtag:  #AflacKids

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Don't know how Twitter Parties work? Have no fear.  Visit SheSpeaks Twitter Party 101 to find out exactly how you can play along at this must-attend event.

Aflac’s Corporate Philanthropy
Giving back to the community is an everyday part of what Aflac does and they have been passionately supporting the fight against childhood cancer for 17 years. Over the course of time, the extended Aflac family has given more than $75 million to childhood cancer through the company's relationship with the Aflac Cancer and Blood Disorders Center of Children's Healthcare of Atlanta. See this Aflac Pediatric Cancer Infographic for more information. In addition you can learn more about Aflac’s part in fighting pediatric cancer here.

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FTC Disclosure: I have wrote this sponsored post on behalf of Aflac and SheSpeaks. I also disclose that I am being compensated as an Aflac Holiday Duck Twitter Party panelist. However, all opinions are my own. See complete FTC Disclosure information that appears at the bottom of MommyBlogExpert's main page and at the bottom of every individual post on this blog, including this one.

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