As part of the Second Chance Showdown challenge, Tees at Risk (Facebook | Twitter) is giving away a cool t-shirt on my blog. Their contest ties in with Tees at Risk’s mission, which is to give “second chances” to artistic youths at risk. The company gives troubled kids an outlet for their creativity by producing shirts they design. Proceeds benefit non-profits that help children at risk (such as the National Runaway Switchboard, NY Youth at Risk and the Zula Center).
Tees at Risk Giveaway
This baseball season, a number of top players are also trying to make the most of their own second chances and regain their former superstar status. Make a prediction for the 2011 Comeback Player of the Year to win a Tees at Risk t-shirt of your choice. The giveaway is limited to USA residents only. The winner will be randomly selected. To enter the giveaway, leave a comment with your prediction for the 2011 MLB Comeback Player of the Year. If you don’t follow baseball, here are some suggestions: Carlos Beltran, Lance Berkman, Aaron Harang, Derek Jeter, Chipper Jones, Jason Marquis, Manny Ramirez, Pedro Sandoval, Grady Sizemore, Brandon Webb, and Chris Young. The deadline to enter the giveaway is Friday, April 1st (Pacific time).
75 Bonus Entries (leave a separate comment for each method)
- 50 bonus entries: Like the Tees at Risk Facebook page and write on their Wall about your favorite Tees at Risk t-shirt designs (the shirt you want to win). Include your Facebook username in the comments area below for verification. You only need to claim the 50 bonus points once so please don’t leave 50 comments.
- 25 bonus entries: Follow @teesatrisk on Twitter and send out a tweet similar to this: “I just predicted [player name] will be 2011 Comeback Player of the Year to win a free #teesatrisk t-shirt! http://on.fb.me/ge0F6c” Include your Twitter username in the comments area below for verification. You only need to claim the 25 bonus points once so please don’t leave 25 comments.
[Disclosure: I did not receive anything for hosting this giveaway. Tees at Risk is not a sponsor or administrator of the giveaway. However, they are responsible for the giveaway prize. Daddy Forever (me) is not liable for the prize. As always, the opinions expressed are mine and I am not obligated to write a positive review.]