Tampax Contest: The Kerri Walsh Jennings #AwesomelyActive Experience


Posted on October 26th, by The Period Blog in Contest, Giveaway, Tampax Pearl Active. No Comments

Tampax - Kerri Walsh Experience

Tampax reached out to me to share this amazing contest with The Period Blog’s readers. It’s so easy to enter and the prize is amazing!

This fall, three-time gold medalist and professional volleyball player Kerri Walsh Jennings is teaming up with Tampax Pearl Active to challenge girls to get awesomely active and live life without limits.

Kerri, one of America’s most celebrated female athletes, and Tampax Pearl Active are giving girls the chance to bump, set and spike their way to the “The Kerri Walsh Jennings Active Experience,” a private volleyball training session with a trip to California.

“As a professional athlete, staying active is in the job description, but even I sometimes need motivation and encouragement to get off the sidelines and into the game. I’m thrilled to team up with Tampax Pearl Active because girls could win a chance to get into the court with me and find out what it means to be awesomely active!”

-Kerri Walsh Jennings

From October 19, 2013 until November 3, 2013, girls can visit www.awesomelyactive.com to enter “The Kerri Walsh Jennings Active Experience” sweepstakes for a chance to play volleyball with Kerri in Manhattan Beach, California.

Entering the sweepstakes is not only easy–girls need only submit their name online for a chance to win—but the awesomely active grand prize includes:

  •  A private training session
  • Two-night trip to Manhattan Beach for the lucky winner and three friends
  • Lunch with Kerri
  • $1,000 in spending money
  • A year supply of Tampax Pearl Active.

Tampax Pearl Active is designed to help girls stay awesomely active no matter what time of the month it is, so that nothing stops them from taking on their favorite activities.

Tampax created the “The Kerri Walsh Jennings Active Experience” to recognize and celebrate awesomely active girls who don’t let anything, especially their periods, get in their way.

 

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“Tampax is committed to celebrating and recognizing girls who fearlessly live life with no limits and stay awesomely active all month long,” said Lindsay Gilbert, Tampax Marketing Manager. “With her gold medals and winning attitude, Kerri is a perfect example of an awesomely active girl. We wanted to give girls the chance to meet Kerri and be inspired by an athlete who doesn’t let anything stop her.”
With Tampax Pearl Active, girls have the protection they need to stay active all month long. Tampax Pearl Active features FormFit™ technology that gently expands to fit a girl’s unique shape and a unique Anti-Gravity LeakGuard Braid™, helping to stop leaks before they happen and keeping girls in the game.
Tampax Pearl Active will feature the “The Kerri Walsh Jennings Active Experience” in California on its Instagram, Facebook and Twitter pages, capturing Kerri’s session with the winner and three friends.

Girls at home can also get into the action by using and following the hashtag #AwesomelyActive on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram during the sweepstakes period for news and tips from Kerri.
For more from Kerri on how to enter the sweepstakes, visit: www.awesomelyactive.com. For more information about Tampax Pearl Active products, visit www.tampax.com or the Tampax Facebook page, www.facebook.com/tampax.

 

NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. Open to female legal residents of the 50 U.S. & DC, who, as of the last day of the month prior to entry, are 13 or older. Void where prohibited. The Tampax Pearl Active “Awesomely Active Girls Challenge” begins 6/19/13 and ends 7/21/13. Sponsored by The Procter & Gamble Distributing, LLC. To enter and for Official Rules click here.

 





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