For more than 13 years and nearly 2,500 episodes, Dr. Phil and Robin have ended every single Dr. Phil show taping by walking off stage together – and now one lucky fan can get the opportunity to make history by joining them!
Robin McGraw has partnered with Omaze to offer fans this once-in-a-lifetime experience on America's #1 daytime talk show! It only takes a $10 donation to enter to win the “Walk A Day In Robin’s Shoes” online fundraiser, and funds raised will go to support Robin’s foundation, When Georgia Smiled.
The winner’s experience will include a round trip flight to Los Angeles and a stay in a four-star hotel with a guest of their choice, not to mention car service to and from Paramount studios, where the Dr. Phil “glam squad” will get the pair camera ready to take their seats next to Robin. Last, but certainly not least, the winner will go home with their own pair of heels, selected and presented by Robin, so they really can “walk a day” in her shoes!
To kick-off this historic campaign, Robin released a video that features some hilarious takes on the classic walk-off.
“The work I want to accomplish through my foundation has just begun,” Robin shares. “Our 'walk-off' has been a signature element of the show since it launched 14 years ago, so why not use that in support of this cause? I walk off every day to support my husband, and now, I invite you to walk off with us to support the foundation. I especially love that all it takes is a $10 donation to enter!”
Fans who choose to increase their chances of winning by donating at higher levels, though, will receive amazing rewards that include special merchandise that Robin herself designed exclusively for this campaign -- like the T-shirt Robin’s wearing below:
When Georgia Smiled: The Robin McGraw Revelation Foundation is dedicated to helping women and children live happy, safe and joy-filled lives free from the fear of abuse. Since its inception two years ago, Robin and the Foundation have been helping to educate, enlighten and inspire people all over the country. One of the Foundations first projects was the Aspire Initiative, which is an interactive curriculum designed to help tweens, teens and adults to understand, identify, avoid and safely escape abuse. Another key element created by the Foundation is the Aspire News App, which uses a technology to assist women in abusive situations to call for help at the touch of a button, and has been downloaded over 300,000 times around the world.
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