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09 February 2018, 05:17 | Rex Hubbard
Lucas Warren 2018 Gerber spokesbaby
Gerber announced the newest GerberBaby spokesbaby, and it's a historical and monumental choice.
An 18-month-old boy with Down syndrome has been named by baby food maker Gerber as its "Spokesbaby" for 2018, the company said on Wednesday, an action hailed by advocates for people with the genetic condition.
The victor of Gerber's annual photo search, which began in 2010, was revealed on NBC's "Today Show" on Wednesday morning.
Lucas Warren, 18-month-old baby from Dalton, Georgia, has been declared the victor of the annual Gerber Baby Photo Search.
The internet was rife with cooing adoration upon seeing and hearing of Lucas Warren's most recent accomplishment. That's huge! I mean, he's cute as all get out, so obviously he's the ideal choice.
The victor of the Gerber Baby 2018 photo contest is Lucas Warren.
Lucas and his family live in Dayton, OH.
For 91 years the company, a giant player in the market, featured a charcoal sketch of an infant that became known as the Gerber Baby and was seen as an ideal. The boy has Down syndrome - the first to earn the coveted honor.
Lucas' mom says she didn't think much about it when she entered him.
Lucas's mother hoped that the spotlight on her child could "sheds light on the special needs community and educates people that with acceptance and support, individuals with special needs have the potential to change the world".
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