Pint-sized Olympic hopefuls joined in a bit of friendly competition to help spread the word about the new Pampers Dry Max diapers. Team USA athletes Chad Hedrick and Noelle Pikus-Pace donned their babes in new Pampers that feature Olympic rings and set the tots on a little course in the P&G; Family Home.
Noelle and Chad are parents that have arrived in Vancouver thanks in part to support from Pampers and P&G;. It's such a natural fit to support these amazing athletes that happen to be amazing parents. Chad told me he is thrilled with this "really unique sponsor." The speed skater beamed as he talked about his wife and 10-month-old daughter Hadley. The gold-medalist dad told me his sport is all about high performance and that the new Team USA Pampers Dry Max makes perfect sense since, "its a high performance diaper." Check out his girl in action:
The line hits the shelves on March 15th and will be 20% thinner than the Baby Dry version. Tomorrow Pampers will announce a new contest to win free diapers for a year. I'll add the link soon!
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