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Show Your Support for Diabetes by Sporting Some Cool “Dog Tags” from Nick Jonas

Proceeds of Dog Tags to Raise Money for Diabetes Care and Research

Nov 17, 2008

Two versions of the dog tags are available: one for people who would like to support the cause and another specifically for people with diabetes. Only $5!

Nick Jonas and Bayer Diabetes Care have produced dog tags that feature a lyric from "A Little Bit Longer," the song Nick wrote about his diabetes. Two versions of the dog tags are available: one for people who would like to support the cause and another specifically for people with diabetes. The dog tag for people with diabetes has the lyric on the front, but also has the word "diabetes" on the back to document their personal fight against the disease. 

While supplies last, the limited edition dog tags are available through www.NicksSimpleWins.com for a donation of $5.00.  A portion of the proceeds from the sale of the dog tags benefits the Jonas Brothers' Change for the Children Foundation. 

Source: Bayer HealthCare LLC


Categories: Diabetes, Diabetes, Events, Medical ID Jewelry, Nick Jonas



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