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Singer Mary J. Blige Promotes Healthy Smiles

October 31, 2005

The queen of hip-hop soul, Mary J. Blige, is partnering with Crest Healthy Smiles this holiday season to raise awareness about the country’s oral health.
With each purchase of Crest products this year during November and December, Crest will make a donation of a toothbrush and toothpaste to a deserving child. As a thank you for their purchase, consumers can log onto www.cresthealthysmiles.com, and download a remake of James Taylor’s hit song “Your Smiling Face,” which Ms. Blige recorded exclusively for Crest Healthy Smiles and Boys & Girls Clubs of America.
In addition to appearances in New York City and Philadelphia, Ms. Blige will be visiting with Boys & Girls Club members across the country throughout the promotional tour for her new album, Reminisce. She will discuss her commitment to Crest Healthy Smiles and the importance of children learning to care for their own smiles at an early age.
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