Tuesday, September 4, 2012

SportsParent of the Year!!!

This year for the first time ever Sports Illustrated Kids is naming a Sports Illustrated of the Year!  You can either enter or nominate an inspirational SportsParent.  Simply chose to nominate a parent who represents great sportsmanship.   This person should be a role model who is dedicated to using sports as a way to support their family and community and doesn't worry about winning or trophies.  

What will the SportsParent of the year win you are probably wondering! The SportsParent will win a $1,000 gift card to his or her child's or community team sports needs!  Also, the winner may be featured in an upcoming issue of Sports Illustrated Kids magazine and/or on http://www.sikids.com/.

Special for all of my readers, Sports Illustrated Kids is offering my wonderful readers their September table issue absolutely FREE!!!
Not only does the tablet issue offer everything that the print issue does but it also offers extra photos, and interactive features like games and sports cards!  To receive the free September tablet edition simply download the SI Kids APP on your Ipad or Kindle Fire and then use the login and password below to access the latest issue.

LOG IN:          freeissue@sikids.com
PASSWORD:  september2012

The deadline for this contest ends on September 24, 2012 so hurry up and nominate your favorite SportsParent!!!

*Disclaimer - I will soon be receiving an SI Kids goody basket and a year subscription to Sports Illustrated Kids in conjunction with this post. In no way did this alter my opinions in this post.  All of my opinions expressed in this post are one hundred percent honest and true.*


Bababoom said...

Parents can have a beneficial influence on their children's involvement in organized sports. They can be encouraging and helpful and even use it as a bonding experience between them and their child. You can encourage parents to take a positive, active role in their child's sports activities, while ensuring that parents get as much from the experience as their children. You can give the parents of your team members responsibilities with your team, provide home practice assignments that get them involved with their children's activities and provide a positive perspective of your team's success.