White Cloud Names Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals Tissue Box Design Contest Semi-Finalists
Vote for Liliana Cervantes and Jeanette Jimenez to help Children’s Miracle Network at Salinas Valley Memorial Hospital win $15,000 donation from White Cloud
Salinas, CA., January 8, 2014 – White Cloud®, a paper products company, has named 9-year-old Liliana Cervantes and 12-year-old Jeanette Jimenez from Salinas as semi-finalists of its national tissue box design contest with Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals®. White Cloud received more than 250 inspiring submissions and selected 14 semi-finalist designs, two from each of CMN Hospitals’ seven regions. Both finalists for the Pacific Region were treated at Salinas Valley Memorial Hospital. Community members can visit White Cloud’s Facebook page-facebook.com/mywhitecloud to see Liliana and Jeanette’s designs and cast their votes as often as once per hour.
The top three design winners will be announced in June and will each win $15,000 for their local CMN Hospitals. The winning designers’ artwork will also be printed on special edition boxes of White Cloud’s new super soft facial tissues available exclusively at select Walmart stores in June. Voting closes on January 31, 2014. White Cloud is offering voters a chance to win a $25 Walmart gift card for supporting Children’s Miracle Network and will grant one lucky voter a one-year supply of White Cloud products, including bath tissue, paper towels, and facial tissue.
“This is the second year we’ve partnered with Children’s Miracle Network on our national facial tissue box design contest,” said Drew Lufkin, division VP of consumer sales for Kruger Products L.P. “White Cloud is equally committed to families and with 170 CMN Hospitals providing life-saving treatment for more than 10 million kids per year, we’re honored to have a program that can help support such a worthy cause.”
“We’re thrilled that Liliana’s and Jeanette’s box designs are being recognized nationally and encourage all community members to vote for their designs,” said Melissa Gross, CMN director, for Salinas Valley Memorial Hospital. “If selected as a winner, White Cloud’s generous donation will directly impact the care our hospital provides to children every day. To have the designs of two children representing our hospital is a particularly special honor.”
Community members can also show their support by purchasing the special edition White Cloud facial tissue boxes at select Walmart stores in June. The top three highest-selling Walmart store regions will earn a $15,000 donation for their nearest CMN Hospitals location. White Cloud is also granting a one-year supply of White Cloud products, including bath tissue, paper towels, and facial tissue for the top three design winners and their immediate family.