Start your engines!
The big week is here, for the next seven days I’m going to be doing everything I can to help my favourite charity, Kids Up Front win $5,000!
But I need your help!
It’s called the Spot The Core Mini campaign.Â It’s a program sponsored by The Core, Calgary’s only downtown shopping experience.
All week long, I’ll be driving around a suped up MINI Countryman. Every time you see the car, take a picture of it and you can either:
There are four media outlets competing for the topÂ prize, including myself, CTV, Calgary Herald and Amp Radio.Â In case you’re wondering, yes, that means I’m taking on three multi-million dollar companies! Out of the four of us, whoever gets the most social media mentions, wins the $5,000!Â So seriously, all you have to do is tweet and facebook a couple of times for me.Â It’s that easy!
But let’s be honest, we’re all a little selfish, so what’s in it for you? Well, every time you enter a photo, you can entered to win a $5,000 shopping spree to The Core AND heated, underground parking for an entire year. The prize is worth more than $11,000!
So yeah, it’s worth entering.
A little bit about Kids Up Front, they are an amazing organization that really does provide once and a lifetime opportunities: One little ticket, one big lift! Kids Up Front provides access to arts, culture, sport, and recreation for children and youth who otherwise would not have the opportunity. They believe that a ticket experience can be the key that opens the door to a world of opportunity and can inspire dreams.
So yeah, they are totally awesome.
And for those of you not in Calgary, don’t worry.Â I’ll have a way that you can help me win too.Â Stay tuned, but it’s going to be HUGE!
I’ll have the car until October 2nd and you can enter twice a day.Â Once on Twitter, once on Facebook.Â And here’s a little hint, if you see the car, take a bunch of pictures, you can use them to enter all week.
And lastly, THANK YOU.Â I have a really good feeling about this, and if we win, it will be because of everyone that helped.
So yeah, thank you!