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Fans Of Warren Buffet Can Purchase His Fathead

Story By: Larry Stine

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 3/28/2014

Fans of billionaire Warren Buffet love to pick his brain, but now they can buy his entire head for only $29.99. Fathead dot com, which sells oversized decals, is selling this gigantic picture of Buffet's face. The head is one foot, seven inches across by two feet tall. They were created to promote Buffet's one billion dollar NCAA bracket challenge with Quicken Loans and Yahoo Sports. Buffet said he was quote flattered and surprised that anyone would want to buy one. But he agreed to sell them as long as the money went to charity. The funds will go to two non-profit organizations in Detroit, where Quicken Loans and Fathead are based.

   
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