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Bracelet benefits Wolfson's

The Jacksonville Jaguars and Baptist Health have partnered to bring Jaguars fans the exclusive 2005 Jacksonville Jaguars rubber bracelet. The bracelets feature a teal, black and gold tie-dye design, and sell for $2.00 each with a portion of the proceeds benefiting Wolfson Children's Hospital. Fans may purchase bracelets at participating Gate Gasoline Stations beginning today, August 10, 2005. Bracelets are available while supplies last.

Larry Freeman, administrator, Wolfson Children's Hospital, says, "As always, we are excited about working with The Jacksonville Jaguars, who have done so much to advance the cause of children in our area. The proceeds from the sale of these bracelets will go to the new Children's Emergency Center, which provides around the clock care by staff specially trained in pediatric emergency medicine."

The mission of Wolfson Children's Hospital is to provide optimal healthcare services for infants and children and to serve as a strong child advocate and by virtue of this commitment to maximize all efforts through the children's hospital and the community toward the provision of patient care, education and research activities.

For more information, please contact Nicola Hayes at (904) 633.2258 or Jennifer Perkins at (904) 633.6586.

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