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Saturday, October 30, 2010

Enter To WIN - The Trip Of A Lifetime

Have you been wondering what is Trisha's Dream trip of a lifetime? and what Trip might you WIN?

For 14 years I have dreamt of taking a trip to deliver shoe boxes to children - these are not ordinary shoe boxes these are boxes filled with a variety of items from toys to toiletries packed by people all across America and then shipped to children all over the world. From the first shoe box my children and I filled the passion began to grow to not only make it a family tradition of filling shoe boxes year after year but that someday I wanted to participate in distributing boxes to these children.

So, when asked by Operation Christmas child to be one of their 2010 Bloggers and offer the opportunity for one mom to win a trip to actually distribute filled shoe boxes I was extcited to be part of sharing this contest with the 24/7 MOMS.

That's right you have an opportunity to enter a fun contest and possibly WIN a Trip of a lifetime.

How can you enter the contest? Operation Christmas Child is asking moms all across the country to submit videos sharing their own personal or family story of participating in Operation Christmas Child on ShoeTube.

ShoeTube is the Operation Christmas Child video submission contest website. Share your story there and inspire other shoe box packers in their participation in the world’s largest Christmas project.

This year, Samaritan’s Purse staff will choose three finalists, and supporters of Operation Christmas Child’s Facebook page will vote for their favorite video. The winner will travel with an Operation Christmas Child team in 2011 to distribute shoe box gifts to needy children.

Ready to submit your video first Click here to enter and be sure to read these guidelines.

I can't wait to See who wins My dream Trip of a Lifetime...now go grab your camera and get packing those shoe boxes.

* Trisha Novotny is one of the 2010 OCC bloggers and s part of the blogger panel, I will travel with Operation Christmas Child to the California Processing Center to prepare shoe box gifts for overseas shipment

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