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New Margaritaville Parrot Bobblehead Celebrates Jimmy Buffett and Supports a Cause

Proceeds will benefit the Singing for Change Foundation.

The National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum in Milwaukee, WI has recently revealed an officially licensed Margaritaville Bobblehead, a nostalgic tribute to the life and legacy of the much-loved singer-songwriter Jimmy Buffett. The goal of the release is to raise funds for his Singing for Change Foundation, which supports nonprofit organizations working to implement positive change in their communities. The National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum has exclusively made the bobblehead.

“We’re excited to create this Margaritaville Bobblehead as a tribute to Jimmy Buffett’s hit song with a portion of proceeds supporting the incredible Singing for Change organization,” Phil Sklar says, Co-Founder and CEO of National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum.

The bobblehead showcases a vibrant parrot, available for purchase, donning a Hawaiian shirt and a backward baseball cap and strumming a guitar. “MARGARITAVILLE” is displayed at the base of the bobblehead and features a sand-like texture on top with a border resembling bamboo.

Since 1977, Buffet made Margaritaville a state of mind that offers various hospitality services such as hotels, resorts, premium RV destinations, gaming properties, a cruise line, and active aging communities. The brand also offers an extensive range of food and beverage concepts and lifestyle products, including apparel, footwear, frozen concoction makers, home décor, a SiriusXM radio station, podcasts, and more.

The National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum’s Online Store offers the exclusive collection of limited edition bobbleheads for pre-order. These unique bobbleheads, priced at $30 each, can only be purchased through the online store and come with a flat-rate shipping charge of $8 per order. Customers who pre-order can expect to receive their one-of-a-kind bobbleheads in June.

The limited edition bobbleheads are available exclusively for pre-order through the National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum’s Online Store. They will ship to customers in June, costing $30 each, plus a flat-rate shipping charge of $8 per order.

The Singing for Change Foundation, a testament to Jimmy Buffett’s philanthropic spirit, is dedicated to making a real difference. It is named after Buffett, and every contribution to the foundation advances his desire to give back and share some success. Since 1995, the foundation has been “sprinkling pixie dust,” as Buffett called it, all over the U.S. and various parts of the globe, helping thousands of people find a better way to live. Singing for Change funds organizations that inspire personal growth, community integration, and the enhanced awareness that collectively, people can bring about positive change.

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