We're giving away tickets to So You Think You Can Dance!
Contest one: Win 2 tickets to the So You Think You Can Dance 2008 tour
This one is for Wise Bread readers only. Top prize is 2 tickets to one of the So You Think You Can Dance shows on the 2008 tour.
Additional prizes: 8 of our readers will win a Snuggle bear plus samples of Snuggle's new fabric softener and dryer sheets.
To enter this drawing, simply make a post in this forum thread. We'll announce the winners on August 17. This contest is open to US residents only.
Contest two: Win a trip to So You Think You Can Dance season finale
To launch new Snuggle with Fresh release, Snuggle is partnering with So You Think You Can Dance to celebrate Happy Dances: fun, spontaneous moves that release the freshness of Snuggle. Send Snuggle a short 30-sec. video showing off your Happy Dance moves and you could win a trip to L.A. for the SYTYCD finale! (See official rules and FAQ for more details.)
About So You Think You Can Dance
I consulted our resident dance expert Linsey Knerl about what makes this show so awesome. Here's what she has to say:
"What do you get when you combine the reality auditioning style of American Idol with the awesome talents of dance choreographers like Mia Michaels and Dan Karaty? An entire season of breath-taking dance presentations to be performed by a hodge-podge of both trained and untrained dancers.
Reality shows are a dime a dozen, but there’s something truly unique about So You Think You Can Dance. You don’t have to be a die-hard fan of dance to appreciate the talent that the show seems to bring out in the unlikeliest of places. Hip-hop, ballet, modern, jazz, swing, tap, and everything in between (crunk, anyone?) find their way on stage to meld together in the fantastic final performances. This season has been no different in the personalities that have taken stage, and while the drama of behind-the-scenes won’t appeal to everyone, even those without a formal appreciation of musical movement could get behind this movement."
About Snuggle's Fresh Release
According to Snuggle, the new formula releases the Snuggle fresh scent not just when you first put on your clothes, but all day long. Snuggle.com has a bunch of neat ideas on how to take advantage of this all day freshness:
"Stop static cling on vinyl shower curtains. Mix one capful of Snuggle Ultra liquid in a spray bottle filled with water. Spray the shower curtain and lining.
Kick out bad odors. Add a Snuggle dryer sheet to your gym bag and tuck them in your family's shoes.
Remove pet hair. Brush clothing or fabric with a Snuggle dryer sheet to magnetically attract loose hairs.
Prevent static shock on carpets. Mix one capful of Snuggle Ultra liquid into a spray bottle filled with water and spray the carpets.
Eliminate static electricity from your TV, computer screen, or Venetian blinds. Wipe them with a Snuggle dryer sheet. Since Snuggle helps eliminate static cling, this will also help keep dust from resettling.
Soften new jeans. Fill your washing machine with water, add one capful of Snuggle liquid, soak the jeans for 1 hour, then run through the rinse cycle and dry.
Prevent thread from tangling. Run a threaded needle through a Snuggle dryer sheet before sewing.
Wipe up sawdust from drilling or sand papering. Add a bit of Snuggle Ultra liquid to a cloth and it will collect sawdust easily."
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