i9 Sports $1000 School Grant Contest

i9 Sports $1000 School Grant Contest – Your kids can win $1000 for their elementary school by taking part in the i9 Sports “I Love My School” essay contest. i9 Sports, a year-round youth sports program, welcomes elementary schools across Oakland and Macomb County to enter our 4th annual, “”I Love My School” $1,000 Grant contest beginning February 1, 2019. Your child could win an Amazon Kindle Fire, your child’s elementary school could win $1000!


i9 Sports $1000 School Grant Contest – How to Enter

Attention Teachers & Parents – Applying for this award is super simple – i9 Sports is looking to hear from the students. Each school will have their students write a short essay telling i9 Sports “why they love their school”! An i9 Sports staff member will drop off enough hard copies for the students to write their essays on. Students must take their essays home and return them to the main office when finished. Once the contest is over on February 28, 2019 an i9 Sports representative will come collect the submitted essays from the school office.

Attention Teachers & Parents – If you would like to enter your school, please have an administrator contact i9 Sports’ Marketing Director, Stacie Novak at Stacie.Novak@i9sports.com, and she will see to it that your school is entered and provided with the necessary amount of forms for each student. Please contact Stacie Novak if you have any questions or want to discuss the contest in further detail.

i9 Sports will also select ONE winner from every school based on their answer, and the winning student will receive an Amazon Kindle Fire.

But that’s not all. The school with the highest % of entries will win the $1,000 grant and an i9 Sports “I Love My School” certificate to hang in their school.


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Enter today to secure your school a spot in the i9 Sports $1000 School Grant Contest

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