September 28, 2017

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Fruit of the Loom partners with Action Movie Kid! Bonus packs at select stores now!



Fruit of the Loom is a household brand.  When the kids were potty training it was our go to big kid undies and now that they are preteens, the drawers are full of Fruit of the Loom underwear, white tees and more.  This is a brand we trust and love.  You can count on them to be comfortable and affordable.    Right now you can score bonus packs at select stores.    Who couldn't use a few extra pairs?

Fruit of the Loom is partnering with the video series creator, Action Movie Kid to show how parents can never be too prepared when it comes to their kids... DreamWorks animator Daniel Hashimoto is behind the video series that has been developed into a children’s book and movie that is currently in the works. In Hashi’s videos, he turns his son into a superhero who gets carried away with his imagination while fighting monsters, aliens and robots.



Hashi created a special video for Fruit of the Loom to show how handy an extra pair of underwear can be. Fruit of the Loom’s bonus pack with boys’ and girls’ underwear comes with extra pairs…just in case.

As parents we know accidents, messes, etc. can happen.  That is what is is goo to have extra underwear on hand.  Check out the above video and you will see why!


Then next time you are out and about, pick up a pack or two of the bonus packs.    You can't beat getting three extra pair at that price.  This way you get more for your money!  I actually picked up a couple of new packs myself and made the kids go through their drawers and pitch any older undies.  I love it when they have the bonus packs available!

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