Nick Jonas Designs Dog Tags to Mark National Diabetes Month


Nick Jonas, Jonas Brothers


Nick Jonas designs two versions of dog tags which proceeds will be used to benefit Jonas Brothers' Change for the Children Foundation.

Unwilling to stop campaigning for diabetes, Nick Jonas has teamed up with Bayer Diabetes Care to launch dog tags, which he helps designing, to benefit the Jonas Brothers' Change for the Children Foundation. The launch of the dog tags is also meant to mark the National Diabetes Month.

There are two versions of the dog tags. The first one with the word 'diabetes' on the back is for people with diabetes. The other one without the word is for people who aren't diabetic, but want to support the cause.

Both versions, which have the mark "a little bit longer ... and I'll be fine" on the front side, are available for purchase at NicksSimpleWins.com. Each type costs $5. Half of each sale will be used to benefit Change for the Children Foundation for diabetes care and research.

"A Little Bit Longer" mark put on the dog tags is a reference to Jonas Brothers' hit song of the same name. It is a song that Nick wrote about him having diabetes. For more detailed information about the dog tags that Nick designs people can visit NicksSimpleWins.com.

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