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Celebrate National PDA Day with NIVEA!


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Kick off your summer…with a kiss! Or a hug, or a nuzzle. Because NIVEA has declared Wednesday June 20, 2012, National PDA Day!

That's right, the skincare brand that leaves you wanting to "Touch and Be Touched" is celebrating public displays of affection with the goal of creating a more affectionate society.

To help spread their touchy-feely message, NIVEA is heading coast to coast offering exciting events and great prizes – all on June 20th in celebration of National PDA Day.

HOW YOU CAN JOIN IN:


  • New York: Start PDA Day with coffee and a cuddle - along with Wendy Williams and celebrity guests - in the NIVEA Love Seat Lounge. Enjoy breakfast, music, photo and kissing booths, win free products and prizes and more! 8:30 to 11:30am, Herald Square, Manhattan.



  • Los Angeles: Sweeten up your PDA Day by sharing dessert alongside Wendy Williams and celebrity guests, at the NIVEA Café. Join us for a free performance by musical guest Ne-Yo. Then enjoy a DJ, photo and kissing booths, win free products and prizes and more! 5:30 to 8:30pm, The Grove at Farmers Market



  • In other cities across the country, The PDA Patrol will be on hand, with Spin-the-Bottle games for NIVEA prizes, free date nights and more. See what's happening in your city.



Can't make one of the events? Enter online to win a $200 date night from NIVEA - details here.

Head to NIVEA's National PDA page to see more ways you can celebrate the power of human touch and encourage more PDA!

After all, touch is a powerful force - it can sooth stress, give comfort and just spread goodwill in general. Shouldn't we all be giving out more hugs? Holding hands instead of texting? Talking face to face more often instead of Skyping? Raises hand!

Consider yourself hugged.





Disclosure: This is a sponsored post.

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