WHITE PLAINS, N.Y., Feb. 15 /PRNewswire/ -- For the third year in a row,
racecar driver Michael Waltrip is giving men across the country a chance to
drive up charitable donations. This year, it's through the Just For Men(R)
Haircolor "Hit Your Target" Sweepstakes. By entering at www.justformen.com
men will be eligible to win a trip to the 2005 Ford 400 race at the Homestead-
Miami Speedway and help drive funds for the Victory Junction Gang, an
independent, not-for-profit organization that strives to enrich the lives of
children with chronic or life-threatening illnesses. The organization creates
camping experiences that are memorable, exciting, fun, empowering, physically
safe and medically sound.
Just For Men Haircolor Helps Michael Waltrip Hit his Target
When racecar driver Michael Waltrip turned 40 a few years ago, he realized
he just didn't look as young as he felt. That's why he started targeting his
gray with Just For Men Haircolor.
"Just For Men Haircolor keeps me looking as young as I feel and enables me
to hit my target on and off the track," Waltrip said. "It's the only 5-minute
men's haircolor that specifically targets only my gray hair, leaving my hair
looking natural and rejuvenated."
You Too Can Hit Your Target with Just For Men Haircolor
Graying men ages 25 and older can hit their target by entering the Just
For Men Haircolor "Hit Your Target" Sweepstakes online at www.justformen.com
from February 15, 2005, through August 1, 2005. To enter via mail, send a
self-addressed stamped envelope (VT and WA residents may omit return postage)
to the following P.O. Box to receive an entry form and official rules, or
print out the online entry form and mail to: Just For Men Haircolor "Hit Your
Target" Sweepstakes; P.O. Box 3667; Pittsburgh, PA 15230. All mail-in entries
must be postmarked by August 18, 2005 and received by August 25, 2005. No
purchase is necessary to enter or to win. The Sweepstakes is open to U.S.
One winner will be randomly selected on or around September 7, 2005. The
Just For Men Haircolor "Hit Your Target" Sweepstakes winner will win a weekend
prize package worth approximately $2,500, including a trip to the 2005 race at
the Homestead-Miami Speedway, complete with airfare and accommodations.
For every man who enters the Just For Men Haircolor "Hit Your Target"
Sweepstakes, Just For Men Haircolor will make a donation to the Victory
Junction Gang Camp, up to a total donation of $10,000.
About Just For Men Haircolor
Just For Men Haircolor offers a five-minute, shampoo-in haircolor and
unique brush-in gel for mustache, beard and sideburns in eight, easy-to-apply
shades that match a man's natural haircolor. The products, which have been
reformulated with vitamins and conditioners, get rid of gray, and at the same
time, rejuvenate hair, leaving it softer, thicker and fuller looking. All are
available at a suggested retail price of $7 where men's home haircolor
products are sold. For general product information, and a free trial offer
visit the Just For Men Haircolor Web site at www.justformen.com .
Combe Incorporated is a manufacturer of health and beauty care products,
including Just For Men(R), Grecian(R) Formula 16(R) and Grecian 5(R) haircolor
products, Lanacane(R) skin care products, Odor-Eaters(R) foot care products,
Vagisil(R) feminine care products, Sea-Bond(R) denture products, Cepacol(R)
mouthwash and sore throat products, Brylcreem(R), Aqua Velva(R) and Lectric
Shave(R) men's personal grooming products and Williams(R) Mug Soap. Combe, a
privately held multinational company founded in 1949, has its international
headquarters in White Plains, NY.
About Victory Junction Gang Camp
The Victory Junction Gang Camp was founded by Kyle Petty and Pattie Petty
in honor of Adam Petty. The camp is located in Randleman, N.C. on land
donated by NASCAR legend Richard Petty and his wife, Lynda. The camp is free
of charge to children and their families and is the only year-round multi-
disease facility of its kind in the Carolinas and Virginia. It is solely
supported by contributions and donations from corporations, individuals and
foundations. For more information, or to make a donation to Victory Junction
Gang Camp, visit its Web site at www.victoryjunction.org or call
SOURCE Combe Incorporated