Buy a Warren Buffett Fathead and help out charity

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Posted: Wednesday, March 26, 2014 12:00 am

If Warren Buffett's brain is his key to success, what would you pay for his whole head?

Fathead, the company that makes those huge faces people hold up at sporting events, is selling a Warren Buffett Fathead for $29.99, with the proceeds going to charity, Fortune magazine reported.

The 2-foot-tall face was on “Late Night with Seth Myers” when Buffett appeared last week to plug his $1 billion Quicken Loans/Yahoo NCAA bracket challenge. Turns out Quicken CEO Dan Gilbert, who is from Detroit, owns Fathead, too.

“I was flattered, and frankly surprised, that anyone would want to purchase a big head with my face on it,” Buffett told Fortune.

He agreed to the sale since the money would go to two Detroit charities: About Money Matters for Youth, a financial literacy campaign, and Motor City Blight Busters, which removes blighted buildings.

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