Walgreens kicked off the return of Red Nose Day with the help of actor and comedian Ravi Patel, who ‘Got Seriously Silly’ and delivered the first Red Noses and Red Flair to Walgreens shelves in Chicago, the retailer’s hometown. Accompanied by Walgreens team members, Patel arrived in a Red Nose Day-adorned armored truck with a briefcase filled with Red Noses and announced to a store of customers the return of Red Nose Day to Walgreens and America.
For his third Red Nose Day Challenge to America, Ravi Patel throws down the shopping gauntlet to two lucky teams! Up against the clock, each team scours a Walgreens store for five special products in hopes of winning some amazing Walgreens and Red Nose Day products. Watch to see the fun and silliness that ensures!
When the Harlem Globetrotters arrive at practice in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, they are leg-weary and exhausted from being on the road. Their shots aren’t falling and they just aren’t having fun. It’s only when Scooter distributes the Red Nose Day Flair he picked up at Walgreens that the mood brightens up and the tricks start landing again, all just by getting “Seriously Silly” for Red Nose Day.
MOT Charter School in Middletown, DE proves that getting "seriously silly" is both fun and rewarding. The students and teachers showcase their singing, dancing, and gymnastic skills in a special "Red Nose Day" talent show. In the process, the student body raised more than $2,500 for the Red Nose Day campaign!
Lake Otis Elementary School in Anchorage, Alaska, is a melting pot of cultural and economic diversity. As one of the many Title 1 schools in Anchorage, Lake Otis supports many children from low-income families. With the help of Red Nose Day, United Way’s Club Connect Program was able to build a “Reading Oasis” in the Lake Otis library with 1,500 additional books - a magical place where students can read, learn, and grow. Knowledge is power, and with the help of Walgreens and Red Nose Day, United Way is empowering children.