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Sports Illustrated Kids Presents the 2012 Sports Parent of the Year Contest

Hey Neighbors!

For the first time ever, Sports Illustrated Kids will recognize a SportsParent of the Year. This parent is dedicated to family and community, and includes sports as a part of an active, healthy lifestyle. She or he exemplifies the qualities that SI Kids aims to impart to children through a shared passion for sports, including: fun, dedication, healthy living, and the value of community and team. 

The winning parent will receive a $1,000 Gift Card to spend on their child's sports needs.  This parent could also be featured in a future issue of Sports Illustrated Kids.  Talk about exciting!  If you have someone to nominate, just follow the directions below:


1.)   Decide who to submit for the award, whether it is yourself, your spouse or another parent

2.)   Simply go to www.sikids.com/sportsparent and follow instructions to submit your nomination
3.)   Remember there is (1) nomination per person or email account.
4.)   “Like” the Sports Illustrated Kids Facebook page
5.)   Share your entry with all of your friends and followers via social media (Twitter Hashtag: #SPOTY2012)


Now neighbors the deadline for entry is 9/24, so hurry up and get your entry in and then share, share, share!  Be sure to "Like" the SI Kids Facebook page.  If you are interested in subscribing use this link:https://subscription.sikids.com/storefront/site/sk-12for1995cccs1010.html?link=1011804

Disclosure: I will receive an SI Kids goody basket and a year subscription to Sports Illustrated Kids in conjunction with this post.

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