Former NFL Defensive Tackle Tackles Bladder Leakage
Former NFL football player Tony Siragusa is fronting a new Depends campaign entitled Guard Your Manhood. The campaign aims to serve the needs of 23 million men who suffer from bladder leakage. The campaign, which takes the whole man-cave approach to things -- just to be absolutely sure no man feels like a wuss for having this condition -- introduces a line of Depends designed specifically for men.
To help men guard their manhood, Siragusa has joined Depend and is training men with light bladder leakage to "get back in the game" with tips and tools, including new Depend Guards and Shields. In return for Siragusa's involvement, Depend will donate $50,000 in his name to The V Foundation to help fund cutting-edge prostate cancer research. The V Foundation is a charitable organization dedicated to saving lives by helping to fund critical cancer research, including prostate cancer, a leading cause of bladder control issues in men.
Of his involvement in the campaign, Siragusa said, "I'm proud to team up with Depend to help men going through a tough time realize they don't have to be embarrassed as a result of light bladder leakage. The Guard Your Manhood program is a manly way to let men know about solutions like new Depend Guards and Shields that will help them manage this common condition and it's a great opportunity to support The V Foundation at the same time."