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You can become the NEXT Swim Parent of the Month by entering today.
Are You a Swim Parent? Enter the Swim Parent of the Month Contest
We know there are a lot of swim parents in Canada & we want to honour them each month. Do you go above and beyond to make sure you prepare nutritious, healthy meals in preparation for swimming? Swimming Canada and Chicken Farmers of Canada are jointly hosting a Swim Parent of the Month contest in recognition of parents who encourage eating well and being active as part of a healthy lifestyle.
Chicken Farmers of Canada, proud partner of Swimming Canada, supports the Canada’s Swim Team initiative to have every Canadian child swim at least 25 metres before completing elementary school. This initiative not only promotes cardiovascular health and flexibility, but endurance necessary for safety in pools and water. Swimming Canada, in turn, recognizes that a well-balanced diet filled with a variety of whole grains, fruits and vegetables and lean protein goes hand in hand with healthy living. This is why the two organizations have partnered to bring you this exciting contest. Enter the contest by May 21st and one individual will have a chance to win a prize pack containing: a Chicken Famers of Canada towel, a Swimming Canada tote bag, a national team t-shirt and pool peeps stickers.
To become one of our Swim Parents of the Month, all you have to do is email us at email@example.com
with the information below:
- The title of your favourite recipe at chicken.ca that you would prepare to fuel your swimmer(s)
- The correct answer to this skill-testing question - Who was the last Canadian swimmer to win a gold medal at the Olympics? Hint: a) Ryan Chocrane b) Mark Tewsbury or c) Brent Hayden
- Register your child to join Canada’s Swim Team: Sign Up Here
The name of the monthly winner & their favourite chicken recipes will be posted on the Swim Parent of the Month webpage, and included in the 2nd edition of the National Swim Team Digital Cookbook to be published in 2015. The first edition is published and you can download it here. A “selfie” .jpg photo of the contest winner may be requested (but not required) for promotion of the contest and digital cookbook.
Rules and Regulations:
- Be sure to submit the name of the recipe in your email, and your answer to the skill-testing question, as well as your own name, mailing address, and telephone number.
- Your mailing address and telephone number will be seen by select staff from Swimming Canada and Chicken Farmers of Canada, and will not be shared or used for any purpose other than to identify the winner of the contest.
- By entering the contest you acknowledge that Chicken Farmers of Canada and Swimming Canada will publish the winner’s name, province, and favourite recipe through social media properties and/or at swimming.ca, getswimming.ca, chicken.ca, and momstown.ca.
- One winner will be selected by a random draw from all entries that answer the trivia question correctly, submit their favourite recipe from chicken.ca, and register their child to join Canada’s Swim Team.
- The deadline for submissions is May 21st, 2016 and winners will be announced on the last Friday of each month on the Swim Parent of the Month webpage.
- The contest is open to all Canadians 18 years of age or older. Winners will be required to demonstrate proof of age in order to receive their prize.
- Employees and immediate or domiciled family of Chicken Farmers of Canada or Swimming Canada are not eligible to enter the contest.
- For Quebec residents, any litigation respecting the conduct or organization of a publicity contest may be submitted to the Régie des alcools des courses et des jeux for a ruling. Any litigation respecting the awarding of a prize may be submitted to the Régie only for the purpose of helping the parties reach a settlement.
1. Darci Greenfield, Victoria, BC
2. Sylvie Potvin, Prevost, QC
3. A Eckstein, Calgary, AB
4. Scott Forbes, Oakville, ON
5. Rosalyn Nickerson, Saint John, NB
6. Carrie Bacher, Dollard-des-Ormeaux, QC
7. Michelle Neilson, Winnipeg, MB
8. Todd Bonnar, Victoria, BC
9. Doug Cambell, Exeter, ON
10. Kim Telford, Whitby, ON
11. Allison Eichorst, Humboldt, SK
12. Shelley Broadley, Okotoks, AB
13. Liz Beaton, St Thomas, ON
14. Judy Durnin, LaSalle, QC
15. Brandi Machan, Perth, ON
16. Robyn Smith-Andrews , Conception Bay South, NL
17. Caroline Chong Yen, Toronto, ON
18. Nancy Lagacé, Campbellton, NB
19. Renée Verlaan, Montreal, QC
20. Cameron Grant, Red Deer, AB
21. Tamara Hawkins, Whitby, ON
22. Cookie Kucheran, Sudbury, ON
23. Berna Aticibasi, Toronto, ON
24. Janet Gurtler, Okotoks, AB
25. Cheryn Thoun, Toronto, ON
26. Dima Lavcheva, Laval, OC
27. Ophelia Ko, Richmond Hill, ON
28. Sharon Van Beilen, Oakville, ON