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Enter the @POWERADE & @SheSpeaksUp #JustAKidFrom Giveaway!

Enter the @POWERADE & @SheSpeaksUp #JustAKidFrom Giveaway!

Young athletes today might not be elite athletes (yet), but they love to play sports.  But today, they might feel like nobodies, with big dreams of being somebodies. POWERADE believes that with the right motivation these everyday athletes can realize their potential and one day be the athletes that they look up to.  POWERADE is celebrating this potential in the “Just A Kid” campaign.  We want to hear about how you support young athletes and the story behind what helped him or her reach their full potential.

Enter our giveaway for a chance to win a $100 Walmart gift card and a customized “Just a Kid” T-Shirt!

Special Offer:
When you purchase two 8-packs of 20 oz POWERADE at Walmart, you can get a free custom “Just a Kid” reusable sports bottle! Submit your receipts and get more info here
. Offer is good until April 4, 2016 or while supplies last.

Enter the Giveaway:
Simply comment on this blog post to tell us about an athlete you know who has been positively impacted by sports and/or how you support him or her.

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Tweet about the Giveaway! 
Click here to Tweet: "I entered the @SheSpeaksUp #JustAKidFrom giveaway. Learn more about a great offer from @POWERADE & @Walmart here: bit.ly/1oEyUif

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One lucky commenter (or Tweeter) will be chosen at random to receive a $100 Walmart gift card and a customized “Just a Kid” T-Shirt. Giveaway is open to U.S. residents at least 18 years of age. Enter through March 31, 2016. Winner will be chosen randomly by April 5, 2016 and notified by email.

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  • astonger By astonger
    03.10.16  

    My stepdaughters found a place in cheerleading and i couldn't be happier to support them!

  • candries By candries
    03.10.16  

    Both of my kids play baseball. One of my sons was very introverted...so quiet with no friends. With the help of his older brother, he joined our local team and has since THRIVED! He is more fun loving, has lots of friends.

  • bsharp04 By bsharp04
    03.10.16  

    My son has been into sports since he was 5 (right around the time his father past away) and now has chosen his sport of soccer! I am proud of his coping system! I completely support him in this decision!

  • QueenK1 By QueenK1
    03.10.16  

    Growing up my best friend and I would always play and practice basketball together. As time went on we were both fortunate to play high school and college level basketball. Only difference was his harder work and dedication landed him a scholarship which carried him through four years of college to ultimately earn his degree. I am proud, happy and a believer in hard work pays off.

  • mama04 By mama04
    03.11.16  

    My kids love basketball

  • Gallagss By Gallagss
    03.11.16  

    My child is consumed with hockey which I scrunch the bills to pay for.

  • KaitlinTilton By KaitlinTilton
    03.11.16  

    Vermont Lake Monsters visit our school and hang out with the little kiddos teaching them to play baseball. We will have them back every year, they are so inspirational and patient with the preschoolers I teach :)

  • stephaniebeaver By stephaniebeaver
    03.11.16  

    My nephew has autism and we stood up to the coach to get him on the field. Took a group of us mom's banding together for one amazing kid. He now gets at least 10 mins of play each game. Before he would spend all his time on the bench. He deserves a chance too.

  • mcombs By mcombs
    03.11.16  

    my 8 year old nephew has been positively impacted by sports. Baseball allows him the means necessary to escape from the harsh realities of life. I wont go into the negative things occuring in this childs life; but I will say that sports play a positive role in his life and I'm glad he has them as an outlet

  • andieyoung10 By andieyoung10
    03.11.16  

    My boys 7 & 11 Play Baseball, soccer and football, we live in a small town, sports have taught them how to make friends and work together as a team, its help build their self confidence, and most importantly the fun aspect of the game and its not all about winning.

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