February is American Heart Month, love your heart
and support the Go Red For Women movement. Join Campbell Soup Company, Bill Blass Designer Michael Vollbracht and NBC's Deal or No Deal in making
a "heartwarming difference" in the fight against heart disease.
Bill Blass designer Michael Vollbracht created a line of little red couture cocktail dresses exclusively for Campbell and Deal or No Deal to help raise awareness of heart disease in women. The dresses, designed in the spirit of the red dress symbol for women and heart disease, were worn by the Deal or No Deal models during the February 12th episode.
In addition to supporting this cause through the auction, Campbell continues to offer an increasing number of heart-healthy options that meet the US Food & Drug Administration's criteria for a "healthy" food and carry the American Heart Association's heart-check mark. These include seventeen new and reformulated varieties of Campbell's® Healthy Request®, Chunky, Select, and condensed soups and
reformulated V8® 100% vegetable juice. For more info on Campbell's heart-healthy products, click here.
Campbell is a Proud National Supporter of Go Red for Women, the American Heart Association's national movement to make women
aware of their risk for heart disease and how they can take action to reduce their risk. Campbell has pledged to donate more than $1.5 million over 3 years to support the cause. To learn more, visit www.GoRedWithCampbells.com.