strong>Jaci Hasemeyer's 13 children (yes, 13) nominated their heroic mom to win her own "got milk?" milk mustache ad... and she won.
Jaci Hasemeyer from Riverside, CA has been named the first-ever Chief Health Officer of the "got milk?" campaign. A Chief Health Officer is a mom who encourages her family to exercise regularly, eat smart and make healthy beverage choices, like drinking three glasses of lowfat or fat-free milk. Jaci's win has awarded her and her family their very own "got milk?" milk mustache ad and a year's supply of milk.
Jaci has three biological kids and 10 adopted and foster children. The Hasemeyers founded a foster care and adoption ministry in 2001. Jaci Hasemeyer quit her job as a physical education teacher so she could devote time to their children and help run the adoption and foster care ministry.
Since May, the got milk? Mustache Mobile Tour visited 75 cities around the nation and gave Americans the opportunity to "mom-inate" a mom they know for the title of America's first-ever Chief Health Officer. Jaci's son, Joel Hasemeyer, 19, and her 12 other children came to the Milk Mustache Mobile event in Los Angeles and mom-inated their mom by singing an original song telling the nation why their mom should be awarded the title of Chief Health Officer.
We think she deserves to win just for managing a household with 13 kids alone. Rock on, Jaci!