It’s time once again to have a great time raising money for charity. As you know by now, I don’t mind helping a charity out, as long as we can all have fun together and inspire more people to give.
So here are the rules for Pete the Planner’s GiveCreatively (Super Bowl Edition) Contest.
It’s Twitter versus Facebook. Here’s how it works:
- The most mentions of a charity on my Facebook page will be represented by the Pittsburgh Steelers.
- The most mentions of a charity on my Twitter wall will be represented by the Green Bay Packers.
- One VOTE PER PERSON
Voting ends at 2pm est February 6th
I will donate $365 to the charity that the winning team represents. Why $365? Because we should think of charities every single day of every single year.
- The same charity can’t win be on both sides of the contest. The winner of the Facebook wall will be the primary determining factor. Meaning that if the same charity wins the Facebook and the Twitter contests, then the second place winner on Twitter will be represented by the Green Bay Packers.
- Chose wisely. Make sure that you concentrate on the team that you think is going to win. You don’t won’t to necessarily split your votes or vote for the wrong team.
- Have fun
Peter Dunn a.k.a. Pete the Planner® is an award-winning financial mind and a former comedian. He’s a USA TODAY columnist, author of ten books, and is the host of the popular radio show and podcast, The Pete the Planner Show. Pete is considered one of the foremost experts on financial wellness in the world, but he’s just as likely to talk your ear off about bass fishing.
2 thoughts on “Super Bowl GiveCreatively Contest Rules”
Charity Pancreatic cancer action network In memory of my dad.
I don’t get it… you have to decide what team will win by the place you vote for your charity? How are you counting on twitter? Mention of you?