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Orchid Enlists Celebrities To Sign Its Christmas Bauballs

Published On
Dec 09, 2013

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This time last year, Fallon London and men's cancer charity Orchid created Bauballs, a bauble for the Christmas tree designed to remind us of certain other kinds of balls. The baubles, created to remind men men to check their testicles regularly for signs of cancer, were sold as a short-run, limited edition product last Christmas but this year, Fallon has secured a retail deal with British retailer House of Fraser to stock 10,000 pairs. Not only that, it's persuaded a bunch of celebrities -- including Jamie Oliver and the Rolling Stones' Ronnie Wood -- to sign specially-created pairs of white bauballs to be auctioned on eBay. Those interested can bid on the site until December 13. We suggest Kmart's Jingle Balls spot to get you in the mood.

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Date
Dec 09, 2013
Agency:
Fallon-London
Brand:
Orchid
Client:
Orchid

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