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Enter the @POWERADE & @SheSpeaksUp #JustAKidFrom Giveaway!

SheSpeaksTeam By SheSpeaksTeam 03.09.16
Enter the @POWERADE & @SheSpeaksUp #JustAKidFrom Giveaway!
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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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  • tcarolinep By tcarolinep
    03.16.16  

    My kids play and love soccer.

  • vieprivee1 By vieprivee1
    03.16.16  

    I am active in all the sports my kids participate in. I am a coach, a mentor and I bring drinks for all the kids. I LOVE the fact that my kids are involved in sports whether or not they are a great athlete and encourage this by being there for them.

  • elizdup By elizdup
    03.16.16  

    Great way to make long lasting friends!

  • donnalee2001 By donnalee2001
    03.16.16  

    All of my grandchildren are in sports of some kind. Fencing, Basketball, Football, Baseball, and even Bowling. I think it is important to support them in these activities because the sports make them well-rounded. They learn team work, goal-setting, and how hard work pays off.

  • MamaHerr By MamaHerr
    03.16.16  

    My brother. He was a football player and wrestler his whole life until his injury. He had shoulder surgery and ever since, could no longer wrestle. He was down for a while but decided to do something with his talent and strength and passion and joined the Marines. They turned him down too, due to his shoulder having screws in it. So instead of giving up, he has now joined the Army. He is a huge influence on my own son who wants to play every sport known to man because of him and is also in love with Army guys.

  • Maritza2387 By Maritza2387
    03.16.16  

    I support my kids in their love for basketball, they get motivated and happy and it makes me feel good that they are positive and feel happy about playing and exercising for their heart.

  • carolay By carolay
    03.16.16  

    My daughter was in color guard in the band, great fun for her.

  • Ladygem616 By Ladygem616
    03.16.16  

    My kids are very enthusiastic about martial arts. Gives them much needed discipline for today's society.

  • mervissa By mervissa
    03.16.16  

    My kids inspire me by trying new sports and enjoying it!

  • toyya28 By toyya28
    03.16.16  

    My 6 year old used to be so shy before playing sports, now that we got him into sports he's opened to trying new things!

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