by: Linda Stouffer Updated:
ATLANTA - College student Aimee Copeland is getting support from famous actors, performers and a lollipop company with a deep connection.
"All I can do is say get well, stay strong, and you're going to get through this," said Hoobastank band member Doug Robb.
The videos are organized by a lollipop company called SUKITZ.
Channel 2's Linda Stouffer found out why the company is standing behind Aimee and her family.
Founder Andrea Horblitt battled a similar bacterial infection that led to more than 20 surgeries and long-term medical problems.
Horblitt told Stouffer on the phone that her recovery was difficult.
She told Stouffer she felt she had to do something to help.
The online seller is donating June proceeds to Aimee's medical bills.
A company representative told Stouffer it could add up to
The company is also introducing a grape-flavored lollipop to directly benefit Aimee, a flavor
Horblitt closed her video with this message: "Even if you don't purchase a box of
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