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9 Apr
Online Fundraising

Victory is yours, now make it theirs!

Posted by Online Fundraising

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Victory is yours, now make it theirs!

Purchase select Dr. Scholl’s shoes at Famous Footwear, the Official Shoe Sponsor of March for Babies, and $5 will be donated to the March of Dimes.

Plus enjoy 10% off your entire purchase in store!

Visit their website to shop now & learn more!

3 Apr
Linda



Victory is yours, make it theirs! With your purchase of select Dr. Scholl’s shoes, $5 will be donated to March of Dimes by Famous Footwear, the Official Shoe Sponsor of March for Babies. Check out the latest shoe styles online, then use the 10% off coupon (valid in-store only) the next time you visit a Famous Footwear store!

Download the coupon now!

7 Apr
Linda

Blister Busters

Posted by Linda
One way to avoid blisters

One way to avoid blisters

Annoying? Yes. Unavoidable? No! You don’t have to put up with blisters on March for Babies day. Just follow these tips.

 

Train. I know you don’t want to hear this. But if you’re not used to walking 6 miles, your body and feet have to prepare.

 

The right fit. Your shoes can’t be too tight or too roomy. Obvious, right? Still, most of us focus on the length and forget all about the width – just as important!

 

Sock it up! Many hikers swear by wool. But if your feet get sweaty, synthetic may be better. Go for breathable and seamless.

 

Something in your shoe? Stop and take it out. Those little stones can play a real number on your feet. Ignore them and you’ll pay the price.

 

If you’re planning on getting a new pair of shoes. Check out Famous Footwear’s official March for Babies shoes. They’re super comfortable… and they’re 10% off (not $10, thanks Claudine) with this coupon! Famous donates $5 of every purchase to the March of Dimes. Don’t forget to break them in before March for Babies day!

 

If you do get a blister, it’s better to leave it alone. If you burst it, you risk getting it infected. One last tip: pack some band-aids. A blister will be less painful after you cover it.

 

Any veteran walkers out there who can add their advice?

27 Mar
Volunteers

Love Those Famous Footwear Shoes!

Posted by Volunteers

Okay Famous Footwear shoe lovers, get ready for another great pair of shoes that will help save babies! 

 

Starting this weekend (Sunday, March 29), visit your local Famous Footwear store or go online to famousfootwear.com and purchase a pair of the Official Shoe of March for Babies and the March of Dimes will receive $5 for every pair sold!  This year’s shoe is a women’s Natural Sport called the Ignition.

 

If you have already registered for March for Babies, look for an email during the first week of April with a 10% off coupon!  If you have not yet registered for March for Babies, do so before April 7th to receive your 10% off coupon!

11 Mar
Linda

Our very own Sherri Shepherd was Bonnie’s guest yesterday. They shared some laughs and also talked March for Babies. Sherri brought Bonnie some comfy new sneakers: Famous Footwear’s official March for Babies shoe! Famous Footwear is donating $5 for every pair sold. 

 

Sherri and Bonnie having a great time

Sherri and Bonnie sharing a laugh ©Bonnie Hunt Show

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sherri also mentioned her son Jeffrey, her inspiration for supporting the March of Dimes and March for Babies: “They gave us the worse diagnosis, but my son is walking, he’s running, he says ‘I love you, mommy’, so this is a gift.”

 

This April, Sherri is walking in LA and she invited Bonnie to join her. “Of course I’ll walk!” She’s already got the shoes!

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