"I was very excited to be a part of the 'Body by Milk' campaign because I think things like lowfat milk are such an easy way to get calcium, protein, and all the nutrients that teens need."
Fairfax, VA (PRWEB) July 13, 2010
Whether it's getting ready to look your best for prom or a regular day at school, Lauren Conrad wants teens to know that beauty doesn't always come from the cosmetic aisle or fashion racks. Lauren Conrad, star of "The Hills" and "Laguna Beach", has partnered with Donatemydress.org and the National Milk Mustache “got Milk?” campaign to help teens look good and feel healthy. Lauren Conrad is trying to show how making the right choices can help teens look and feel their best.
Lauren spoke with Newswatch about her "Got Milk" Campaign and why she is supporting this cause: "I think whatever you put into your body affects how you look and feel, and that's why I always try to make smarter choices like including milk in my overall diet." Lauren also spoke about her excitement with the new "Got Milk" campaign: "I was very excited to be a part of the 'Body by Milk' campaign because I think things like low fat milk are such an easy way to get calcium, protein and all the nutrients that teens need."
Lauren is asking teens to vote on her “Got Milk?” campaign and help her shape her milk mustache ad. For every vote the teens cast, one dollar will be donated toward Donatemydress.org, the first organization to help bring local dress donation organizations together from across the United States. Rebecca Wheeler, a 15 year old from Erie, Pennsylvania, is the one lucky voter who will get to help Lauren unveil her milk mustache ad at the Grove in Los Angeles. Lauren is joining hundreds of other actors, athletes and celebrities in supporting the 'Body by Milk' campaign and in supporting a healthier way of life for teens.
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