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Are you helping Mattel to Save the Chocolate Bunny for Easter?

Posted on March 21, 2013 by Raksha There have been 2 comment(s)

Easter is almost here! Will the chocolate bunny visit your kid again? Well, every Easter kids are surprised with a basket full of sugar goodies. Parents fill the baskets with chocolate bunnies, jelly beans, bubble gum, chocolate eggs and the list goes on. But, why not replace these sugar goodies with a healthier option?

While most of us relish the chocolate bunny, there are a few who feel bad to chew those cute little ears. Now, Mattel gives you a great idea to stop the “too cute to eat guilt”. Mattel has started the “Save the Bunny” campaign in the run up to Easter.

Save the Bunny campaign encourages parents to replace those junk filled sugar baskets with TOYS. The campaign focuses on filling your child’s basket with surprises that inspire hours of creative, sugar-free play.

I think Mattel’s Save the Bunny campaign is just too adorable. Save the bunny videos made by Mattel are too cute to resist. Anyone who sees the video is bound to agree with Mattel instead add toys to the Easter basket. Well, I agree with Mattel. Toys are sugar-free, calorie free and last much longer. I think this is such a great idea and kids will love it.

So, let’s help Mattel save the chocolate bunny. Mattel is promoting the campaign with a sweepstakes. Mattel is giving away toys every day until 31st March, 2013. You can enter the sweepstakes here at Save the Chocolate Bunnies website. Here you will also find more discount coupons on toys and giveaways.

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    Posted on August 29, 2013 at 4:39 am

  • I am a toy exporter - and I think it would have been really great if Mattel had put this forward as a toy industry initiative - giving access of participation to other toy manufacturers; while maintaining its stance as the key sponsor

    Posted on March 25, 2013 at 3:03 pm