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All and Snuggle Benefit Little League Challenger Division

September 27, 2013

At Little League Baseball World Series this past summer in Williamsport, PA, All and Snuggle laundry care brands offered some off-the-field fun with “Strike Out Stains” challenge, where Little League players were asked to throw as many socks as possible into a washing machine. For each sock that made it into the washer, Sun Products donated $5 to the Little League Challenger Division, which enables boys and girls with physical and developmental challenges to enjoy the game of baseball. All told, players helped raise $5,000 for the cause.

“Working with the Little Leaguers to help raise money for the Challenger Division showed the spirit and teamwork that these kids carry with them on and off the field,” said Ed Vlacich, executive vice president, national brands for The Sun Products Corporation.
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