This is a contest where everyone wins. Someone will win a child’s bike. Everyone who enters will win four tickets to Halle Heart Children’s Museum and we all benefit from the reminder to take good care of our hearts and health.
How do you promote heart health in your family?
How do you reduce stress in your family?
Answer those questions, and you could win a child’s bike from the 2017 Phoenix Heart Ball Committee, which is working to promote awareness of a heart-healthy, low-stress family lifestyle. Parents of children ages 5-18 are eligible to participate. And everyone who enters will receive a family pass for admission for four to the Halle Heart Children’s Museum!
The winner will be picked at random, but all answers will be read, and some may be used for promotional purposes for the 2017 Phoenix Heart Ball or the American Heart Association. (If used, only a first name and last initial will be identified, unless permission is otherwise granted.) The winner will select a bicycle at either Toys R Us or Walmart, and photos may be taken for promotional purposes.
Founded in 1959, the Phoenix Heart Ball supports the mission of the American Heart Association to build healthier lives, free from cardiovascular diseases and stroke. Over the past 58 years, the Phoenix Heart Ball has raised nearly $33 million to fund lifesaving research, vital community programs and Halle Heart Children’s Museum. Visit phoenixheartball.heart.org for more about Phoenix Heart Ball on Saturday, Nov. 18; visit heart.org for heart-healthy living tips.
Deadline for contest entries is Wednesday, Sept. 20. The bike winner will be announced online and in the November issue of Raising Arizona Kids magazine. All entries will be forwarded to Halle Heart Children’s Museum, which will keep you on a “will call” list so you can redeem your tickets at any time during regular operating hours.
Only one entry per family; must be 18 or older to enter. By entering this contest, you acknowledge that your email address will be added to our growing list of RAK eNewsletter subscribers. We do not rent, sell or share our database with third parties.