At the height of this year’s cold and flu season, Angie Harmon is teaming up with the makers of Children’s Advil® to launch “Relieve My Fever” – a contest that invites parents and their kids to sing the Children’s Advil® rendition of the classic song “Fever” for a chance to win $15,000. The kid-friendly version of the song tells the story of mommy fighting her little one’s fever and making her child feel better. Additionally, for every entry and vote at RelieveMyFever.com , Children’s Advil® will donate money to Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals®.
Advil is high on my list of must have products have battling Kyle’s nearly 105 degree fever with it earlier this fall. I was terrified, and the “generic” Tylenol did nothing to bring it down. 3 hrs in our Doctor said switch to Advil and within an hour his fever finally began coming down and stabilizing.
As a mom of three young daughters, Angie knows firsthand the anxiety parents face when their child gets a fever; and felt that raising awareness about the options parents have through a fun, interactive campaign for a good cause is just the right medicine.
Children’s Advil® is offering parents a fun way to tap into families’ creative energy and spend some quality time together while supporting a worthy children’s cause. To enter, parents can visit RelieveMyFever.com to find easy-to-follow instructions, lyrics, music and a sample video that will help them create and submit their own little superstar’s video performance.
As part of the contest, the makers of Children’s Advil® will donate $5 for every entry submitted and $1 for every vote cast to Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals®. Donations to Children’s Miracle Network are used to provide charitable care, purchase life-saving equipment, and fund research and education programs that save and improve the lives of millions of kids each year.
To see the full media news release, click here. Be sure to click on the drop down menu of the videos and see Angie talking to parents about the number one reason parents call the pediatrician.