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January 31, 2011

The Gerber Generation Gives a Big Cheer for Its New Star!

The Gerber Generation Gives a Big Cheer for Its New Star!


Among More than 217,000 Entrants, Ohio Toddler to Become Gerber’s Newest Ad Star

FLORHAM PARK, N.J., Jan. 31, 2011
/PRNewswire/ — Upon reviewing hundreds of thousands of the cutest
smiles, most adorable poses and irresistibly squeezable cheeks, Gerber
has announced the winner of its Gerber Generation Photo Search!
Two-year-old Mercy Townsend of Toledo, Ohio is the grand prize winner of a $25,000 scholarship and will star in a Gerber print advertisement beginning in May 2011.

“I didn’t believe it at first,” says Mercy’s mom, Tahisha Williams-Townsend,
when she was notified that her daughter had won. “Our family is
ecstatic to see Mercy in a magazine ad and then to receive such a
generous scholarship is really awesome.  Mercy doesn’t understand the
extent of what she’s just won, but she’s excited and goes around saying,
‘thank you, thank you.'” To continue, Please click “MORE”!

Tiffany Evans Shares Her Story in New Book “Who Will Save the Little Girl”

Singer/Songwriter Tiffany Evans Shares Her Personal Story in New Book ‘Who Will Save The Little Girl’



NEW YORK, Jan. 31, 2011
/PRNewswire/ — Singer/Songwriter Tiffany Evans, 18, shares her
personal story in the new book, “Who Will Save The Little Girl.”  Volume
5 in the series, “Saving Our Daughters,” from author Curtis J. Benjamin, takes on the escalating issue of bullying within the teen girl population.

The Music World
Entertainment/Columbia Records recording artist contributes her own
story of abuse and bullying in Act V titled “My Diary.” The book
provides riveting confessions from bullies and those whom have greatly
suffered from it.  Intertwined are quotes and letters from influential
women and celebrities also sharing their story and lending some advice
for teen girls to relate to. To continue, Please click “MORE”!