Everyone who celebrates Christmas knows that Santa always visits the kids that have been good -- rather than naughty -- all year. So YoYo, Afterschool and Bookworm, a group of family-friendly sites from the folks at Diapers, are celebrating America's children with the best behaviors by hosting the ultimate The Goodest Kid Contest ever.
The Grand Prize winner gets a $5,000 Ultimate Holiday Shopping spree across all three sites to choose lots of toys, sports gear and books. Ten runners up each will win a $100 gift card to shop at those same online stores.
Here's just the tip of the iceberg of wonderful products shoppers have to choose from this holiday season
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Visit thegoodestkid.com and submit a short video of your child bragging about their abundant good deeds, along with your kid's top gift pick from each site, creating a sharable wish list to help friends and family shop for the perfect gift.
Each entry will be judged on three things: creativity, goodness of child's deeds and enthusiasm. Hurry and get started working on your child's presentation now because the deadline for video submissions is December 16th. Winners will be chosen on or around December 17 so the winning kids will be able to go shopping before Christmas.
30% Holiday Discount for All
With a wide assortment of toys (YoYo.com), sports gear (AfterSchool.com) and books (Bookworm.com), plus a shared shopping cart, this family of sites makes it easy for moms and dads to pick just the right item for any type of kid on their list, no matter the budget. All new shoppers to each site receive 30% off one item throughout the holiday season.
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Thanks to Online-Sweepstakes.com for including this contest in their directory of current giveaways.
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