WIN a personalized signed copy of John Smitís book this World AIDS Day 2010

Wednesday, 24 November 2010

World Aids Day, 1 December is about raising money, increasing awareness, fighting prejudice and improving education about HIV and Aids.

This World Aids Day the longest serving captain in Springbok rugby history, John Smit, shows his support for the 46664 Bangle Program. Together with the 46664 Bangle Program a competition will be running for the next 7 days coming up to World Aids Day, 1 December 2010.

When you buy any 46664 Bangle online between 24 November 2010 and 1 December 2010 and show your support towards World Aids Day, you stand the chance to win a personalized signed copy of John Smitís book, Captain in the Cauldron (The John Smit Story) and we will send it to you anywhere in the world! Winner will be announced on 4 December 2010.

46664 is a campaign of the Nelson Mandela Foundation that operates through creative partnerships and acts as a focal point for collective efforts to eradicated HIV/Aids and social injustice. The 46664 Bangle program was inspired by Nelson Mandela and is a beautiful was to show that you support the 46664 vision of eradicating HIV/Aids. The real beauty of these bangles lies in the fact that the uplift lives by creating jobs and makes funds available to be used where needed most.

Become part of the Nelson Mandela Legacy and join the 46664 Bangle Program and John Smit to help make a difference to those who need it most.

Buy your 46664 Bangle online at or Lets see how much money we can raise this World Aids Day!

About John Smitís book:

Smit gives a revealing account of the simultaneous joys and travails of one of the most challenging Ė and rewarding Ė jobs in sport in this much anticipated autobiography. The genial, jovial and witty Rugby World Cup-winning captain explains how his dreams of winning Wimbledon grew into his countryís most successful rugby captain.

Connect with the 46664 Bangle Program on
Facebook ( and Twitter (@46664Bangle)
Connect with John Smit on
Twitter (@JohnSmit123)

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