Schick Partners with Notable Hunger Charity this Thanksgiving‏

I love the Shick Quattro razor line its one of my favorites. And right now is a great time to stock up with a great $2.00 coupon that not only save you money but helps a great charity.

Schick® Quattro for Women®, the first razor brand to design a high performance, four bladed product for women, is thrilled to announce their partnership with Feeding America, the United States’ leading hunger-relief organization. In conjunction with this campaign, Schick® Quattro for Women® has created a custom coupon tab on their Facebook page, offering fans $2.00 -off any Schick Quattro for Women razor or refill. With every coupon downloaded, Schick is donating 50 cents to the notable charity, with a maximum donation of $25,000.

Campaign will run while supplies last, during which time customers can visit the Schick Quattro for Women Facebook page, download the coupon and support the mission of Feeding America. The coupon will remain valid in- stores through January 31, 2012.

“We’re thrilled to announce our partnership with Feeding America and the launch of this limited time coupon,” says Brand Manager Christine Galotti. “Schick Quattro for Women is happy to both give back to those Americans who need help as well as give our fans a special coupon during this Thanksgiving holiday.”

With the assistance of volunteers and ongoing programs, Feeding America is able to supply fresh food and nutritious meals to Americans across the country. The organization also offers emergency assistance for disaster victims, safe places for children and provides a chance to eliminate the cycle of poverty. Join Schick Quattro for Women this Thanksgiving by visiting www.facebook.com/schickquattroforwomen for the opportunity to download the $2.00 coupon and give back to America.


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