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

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!

Nov 17, 2008

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

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


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Posted by white_scorpion07 on 18 November 2008

I'm a mother of 2 teens, both of them are girls. The eldest is 19 yrs old who has diabetes since 11 yrs old. I'm interested on buying Nick's dog tags. How much is the shipping cost and how long would it take to Indonesia? I think the safest way is by TNT. Can I pay by TT to your account?

Posted by Elizabeth E.R. on 22 January 2009

hi.. from Argentina.. is great..
i have diabetes (desde los 4 años) and my twin too (but she has 12 years).. Now we´re 18 years.
and we like this idea..
i´m interested on buying Nick's dog tags. How much is the cost and how long would it take to Argentina?

cuidense!! las mellizas de Arg!!

pd: besos y abrazos a Nick Jonas.. jaja!!
si es que lo lee!!

Posted by Anonymous on 4 March 2009

i love nick jonas and i think that he is very strong, with deeling with diabetes. i has on eof his dogtags wear it everyday. i support nick jonas:)

Posted by Anonymous on 12 May 2009

Its a nice thing to make these dog tags Diabetes runs in my family.

Posted by Anonymous on 26 May 2009

Everytime I click on the home page to order nick's dog tags, it takes me to another page that is a search engine. Why Can't I order them?

Posted by Jen123 on 31 May 2009

Hey u are Awesome and nice thingd u do for people

Posted by Jen123 on 31 May 2009

Hey Ncik do u Know how hot u r Every one I knows LOVES u because u r so so so so so so so so so so so so so HHHHHHHHHOOOOOOOOOOOTTTTTTTTTTTT

Posted by Anonymous on 23 August 2009

I orded mine 2 days ago,waiting for it to come,but i got the non-diabetes one tough becuz i dont have diabetes but i want to show my support to Nick,& other people with diabetes!

LUV THE JONAS BROTHERS!
:)

Posted by Anonymous on 2 January 2010

i really like this idea and i would also like to spread diabetes awarness i cry everytime someone tells me that there child has diabetes because i no they have to suffer the way i do i also have hypothyroidisam and its very upseting so finding a cure would be amazing for me! please find me a new pancreas.

Posted by Anonymous on 11 February 2010

hi my name is Alex and i love nickjonas and the band i want to go to a concert too any way i have heard of diabeties before and have seen how bad it hurts to be stuck or be afraid that you will have to go to the hospital if i could i would trade with them and have it not that i want to any way i want to help and order a dog tag when i was 9 my best friend and i where in the bath room and to get ready for a play all of a sudden she passed out i was so afraid she had it the ambulance came and put her on a strecher and did test and said she had low blood sugar finaly she woke up and she went to the hospitalshe didn` come back to school for days but they said she did`n have it that was surprising but shes still having test for it becase she had all the symptoms of it she passes out less now than she did turn out she dose have some type of it now were both 12 but im kind of afraid because it runs in the family but i hope i do`nt get it


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