Kimora Lee Simmons cleans up

    Kimora Lee Simmons is helping Bounty by making the idea of cleaning up a little more fabulous.



     

    Kimora Lee Simmons is helping Bounty by making the idea of cleaning up a little more fabulous.
     
    The model-fashion mogul will help the paper towel company keep schools clean as a part of We Love Our School Week. Kimora dropped by the Alaine L. Locke school on February 18 to announce the Make a Clean Difference Pledge. The initiative allows parents and teachers to sign their school up to support clean classrooms for their kids.
     
    “I’m thrilled to be able to join Bounty in bringing a little bit of ‘fabulosity’ to the Alaine L. Locke school,” Kimora said. “As a mother of three, and with a passion for fashion and design, I’m always encouraging my children’s creativity through hands-on learning.  It’s a thrill to be able to help improve the learning environment for these students.”
     
    Each school that signs up for the pledge between now and March 4 will automatically be entered to win a $50,000 celebrity makeover. The first 500 schools on the list, however, will get a Bounty Clean Kit with enough supplies to keep their hallowed halls spotless.
     
    To add your child’s school to the Make a Clean Difference Pledge , visit Facebook.com/Bounty.

     

     

    — Sonya Eskridge

     

     

     

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