Snapple, Kozik make an adorable panda you can win

Jul 02 // Brian Szabelski
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Comes with enough bamboo to keep him happy for a day

Of all the folks Frank Kozik has collaborated with, Snapple has to be one of the more interesting names. They're doing a digital campaign around their Snapple Facts called Re-enFACTments, and the little 6-inch-tall resin fellow you see above is what's been done as part of the campaign.

The design is based on Snapple Fact #682 ("A giant panda can eat up to 83 pounds of bamboo a day") and as such, Kozik's put together a little bamboo-munching panda, complete with the dimpled stubble that is trademark Kozik. He also carries an 83-pound bag of bamboo with him and just looks to be a roly-poly little bundle of happiness.

Kozik made 11 of these and only one is left to win. You can do so by re-tweeting this image and coming up with a name out for this fellow, using the #namethepanda hashtag, with a deadline of July 3 at 11:59 p.m. Eastern (8:59 p.m. Pacific). One winner gets the panda and a certificate mailed to them. 

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