Sports Illustrated Kids is on the search for the SportsParent of the Year and it could be you or someone your know! The grand prize winner will receive a $1,000 VISA gift card to support his/her child’s or community team’s sports needs! The winner could also be featured in an upcoming issue of Sports Illustrated Kids or on SIkids.com.
Modeled after the famed Sportsman and SportsKid of the Year awards, the SportsParent of the Year title will honor a parent who embodies the essence of sportsmanship. After all, we wouldn’t have a Sportsman or SportsKid without the role model who initially set the example. A true SportsParent is dedicated to using sports to support family and community, not scores and trophies. The SportsParent will exemplify 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.
Hurry! The deadline for entering is September 24, 2012!
Here’s how to enter:
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
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)
SI Kids is providing their September tablet issue COMPLETELY FREE! The tablet edition has everything that the print magazine has, but also includes bonus photos and interactive features like games and sports cards that kids will love! Simply download the SI Kids app on iPad or Kindle Fire, and use these credentials to access this latest issue:
• Login: email@example.com
• Password: september2012
Or, if you want to get the magazine in the mail you can receive an entire year of SI Kids in print and on tablet for only $19.95, You can subscribe immediately by heading HERE.
About Sports Illustrated Kids
SI Kids is THE magazine for boys and girls who love sports. It presents sports the way kids want to read about them: with great action photos, easy-to-read stories about star athletes, helpful instructional tips from the pros, and humor, comics, and activities. SI Kids is a great way to encourage kids to read, and it has won highest honors from the Association of Educational Publishers and the Parents’ Choice Award.
Disclosure: I received a year subscription, promotional merchandise and information from Sports Illustrated Kids in conjunction with this post. As always, all opinions are 100% my own and who wouldn’t want to win a $1,000.