Giveaway Alert: Ready, Steady, Win!
Getting your kids off the couch and unto the playground can be quite difficult especially with all the cool apps on their tablets and the entertaining features on cable TV. Fortunately, Ready Steady Go Kids is here!
Australia's leading preschool sport and exercise program, Ready Steady Go teaches kids the fundamentals of different sports in a fun, non-competitive, team-based environment. Made for preschoolers from two and a half to seven years, Ready Steady Go Kids not only prepares tykes for the big school, it also seeks to develop in them a lifelong passion for sport.
The even better news: We’re giving away a FREE term pass for Ready Steady Go Kids Philippines’ second term worth P9,995!
Get your kids started on the road towards a healthy lifestyle by joining our contest! Here’s how:
1. Like Ready Steady Go Kids Philippines’ official and Mommy Mundo’s Facebook pages. 2. Follow RGSK Philippines’ Twitter and Instagram Page (@RSGKPhilippines) and Mommy Mundo’s pages (@mommymundo) 3. Share this blog post on your social media page and add the caption: I want my kids to grow up active and fit with READY STEADY GO :) 4. Make sure to tag @RSGKPhilippines (on Instagram) or @Ready Steady Go Kids Philippines (on Facebook) AND @MommyMundo 5. Use the hashtags #RSGKxMommyMundo #Readysteadygo. Facebook post, Instagram, and Twitter accounts must be public. 6. Leave a comment at the bottom of this post with your complete name, your child's age (no name needed) and your email address. 7. Deadline of entries will be on November 4, 2014 8. Winning entry will be tallied and chosen via rafflecopter. 9. Each person may post only once but each social media account post will be counted as 1 point.
Conditions: 1. Open to Metro Manila residents only, for parents of children with ages 2-6 years old. 2. Free term is subject to terms and conditions set by Ready Steady Go Kids Philippines, available slots, and schedules in the RSGK program. 3. Free term is transferable but only to siblings or relatives of the winning child.