Enter Our Back-to-School Contest for a Chance to Win School Supplies
Enter to win one of three age-specific prize packs
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As you enjoy the last few weeks of summer break, enter our back-to-school contest for a chance to win school supplies for your student. If you win, your child will score some great products, and you'll save a few bucks!
From an adorable Laura Ashley mini backpack available at Target.com, Scribble STUFF pens and Marvel Nalgene water bottles; to a variety of fun Post-it products, Fiskar Color Change Scissors and Five Star padded binders, there are some great products up for grabs here. In two of the prize packs, we've also included a signed copy of "Please Don't Let Me Be the Oldest Mom in the PTA" by local author Sharon O'Donnell — a fun read for moms of all ages.
Fill out the form below the prize pictures and indicate which prize pack you are interested in winning: school supplies for ages 4-10, 11-14, 14-18 or all three. We'll randomly choose a winner for each prize pack Friday, Aug. 10. Good luck!
Aug. 10 update: Congratulations to our winners, listed below! Thanks to everyone who participated.
Ages 4-10 winner: Teresa Graham of Garner
Ages 11-14: Marquitta McNeil of Raleigh
Ages 14-18: Rhonda Haynes of Roxboro
This prize pack features an adorable Laura Ashley mini-backpack, a Marvel Nalgene water bottle, Fiskars Color Change Scissors, Post-it products, educational books and more. Total value estimated at $175.
This prize pack for tweens and younger teens contains a Five Star padded binder, Marvel Nalgene water bottle, Scribble STUFF gel pens, Fiskars Color Change Scissors, Post-it products and a signed copy of "Please Don't Let Me Be the Oldest Mom in the PTA" by local author Sharon O'Donnell. Total value estimated at $100.
This prize pack for high school-aged teens includes a Five Star padded binder, Marvel Nalgene water bottle, Scribble STUFF felt tip pens, Post-it products and a signed copy of "Please Don't Let Me Be the Oldest Mom in the PTA" by local author Sharon O'Donnell. Total value estimated at $115.