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Friday, December 7, 2007

Win the New Disney DVD - My Friends Tigger and Pooh: Super Sleuth Christmas


Here to spread a little holiday cheer to stressed out parents everywhere is Role Mommy! Just in time for Christmas is a brand new Disney DVD movie featuring Winnie the Pooh and all his friends. It's called Pooh's Super Sleuth Christmas Movie and it's bound to keep your pre-schooler engaged and entertained while you're busy filling out all those holiday cards! Plus, it's about an hour long - so it's perfect to take with you on road trips too - especially when you're battling bumper to bumper traffic!

Share a resourceful tale or tip for preserving your sanity this holiday season and you'll be entered to win a free Disney DVD for your child. Send in your stories or tips to and we'll notify you if you're a winner.

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Sunday, August 5, 2007

Win $25,000 College Scholarship Fund in Jif Peanut Butter Sandwich Contest!

It’s that time of year again – one kid chef will win a $25,000 college scholarship fund in the 6th Annual Jif® Most Creative Peanut Butter Sandwich Contest! Four runners-up will each receive a $2,500 college scholarship fund.

This national contest, open to kids ages 6 -12, is about fostering creativity and bringing parents and children together in the kitchen. Over the past five years, thousands of kids have created and submitted their own creative peanut butter sandwich – everything from sushi rolls and paninis to lettuce wraps and empanadas.
For Official Rules and entry forms, visit starting August 1, 2007. Entries will be accepted through November 15, 2007.

To get the creative juices (or peanut butter) flowing, recipes and images from past kid finalists are available at On the Web site you can also find never before seen footage from last year’s live judging event.

New to the Contest this Year: Check back to soon to learn how you can win a trip to New York City and a seat at the judging table for this year's Jif Most Creative Peanut Butter Sandwich Contest.

Win Thousands with Take a Load Off Video Contest

The Coin Laundry Association announces the "Take a Load Off Video Contest,” offering contestants thousands of dollars in cash and free laundry service for capturing comical laundry dramas on film and sharing with friends on MySpace Videos."Let's face it, laundry takes time, it causes arguments and quite frankly, it stinks,” said Brian Wallace, President and CEO for the Coin Laundry Association. "From shrunken sweaters to lost socks, we've all got our share of laundry stories and we'd like to be doing less of it. The Take A Load Off Video Contest gives Americans the opportunity to take back some of their precious time by awarding three lucky winners with a drop off laundry service. Drop off laundry service is available at most coin-operated laundries. The service will wash, dry, fold and sometimes even deliver fresh, clean laundry right to your front door.”The contest's grand prize winner will also receive $1,000 cash.

The contest is open to all legal U.S. residents who are 18 years and older and there is no purchase necessary. To enter, contestants must film a video that highlights their laughable laundry misfortunes, upload the video to MySpace Videos and submit a message to the Coin Laundry Association with URL of video submission along with three to five sentences describing their laundry woes. To learn more visit must be received by Sept. 30, 2007. The Coin Laundry Association will choose five videos based on relevance to the contest's theme, creative presentation, originality and aesthetic appeal to move on to the second round of judging. Five finalist videos will be posted on the Coin Laundry Association's MySpace page and the MySpace community will rate its top three favorites. MySpace member's choice voting will occur between October 15, 2007 and October 22, 2007. The three highest rated videos will be awarded first, second and third place prizes respectively. All winners will be notified on or around Oct. 26, 2007.

Complete contest rules and entry requirements are detailed at & Gamble states that the average American woman spends seven to nine hours on laundry per week. The Coin Laundry Association estimates that the average retail self-service laundry customer spends only one-and-a-half to two hours a week on laundry – a time savings of five to seven hours. Drop off laundry cuts the weekly laundry chore down to five minutes. To find a local coin laundry, visit