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Photos of the boy in a pink snowsuit with a cratered forehead first went viral online before the campaign began.
Soon the snowsuit was ripped open at the elbows, spilling down feathers.
Stealing the show is 5-year-old Estelle, who looks positively gleeful in her white hat and dark snowsuit.
On Thursday morning, residents of Five Points were bundled up in parkas and snowsuits, scraping snow and ice off their cars and sidewalks.
Dyne, on the opposite end, won with a grey-and-black woolen snowsuit, paired with a (non-wool) snowboard.
Prices include helmet, boots and gloves; snowsuits and goggles are available to rent.
The dress code (break out the one-piece snowsuit) will not only keep you warm on your way, but will also get you in on the costume contest, too, with prizes including a $250 gift card to spend inside Union Station.
The boxes contain about 50 items of baby gear, including a snowsuit, socks, diapers, a bath towel, a thermometer, a picture book and (for the parents) a pack of condoms.
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