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Energizer's "Kids Take Charge" Video Campaign Raises Funds for MSF


The Energizer Kids Take Charge video campaign has announced the top 10 finalists in the contest that asked kids, “What happens when your toys run out of batteries?” 

The finalists’ videos are now available for viewing and voting at www.energizer.com/smartcharge. Each finalist has selected a charity to receive their portion of the $10,000 cash prize, which will be determined based on the percentage of votes his or her video entry receives. Voting runs through July 5, 2010.  

“The Kids Take Charge contest offered families the opportunity to flex their creative muscle with short, humorous videos and the freedom to select a cause important to each finalist,” said Jim Olsen, Vice President of Marketing for Energizer North America. “Thanks to these great entries our audience will be entertained as they come back daily to help a favorite charity win some money.”

Young finalist Benjamin Kop selected the MSF as his charity. You can vote for Benjamin's video once per day from now until July 5!

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