Graduation Contest

Surprise us with a story about your grad and win $100 in graduation announcements!

Graduation Contest

As the proud parent of a graduating senior, you have watched your child grow into a young adult, an individual who has surprised, delighted, amused and amazed you every step of the way. To enter our graduation contest, tell us what surprised you most about your high school or college grad. You could win up to $100 in graduation product at Pear Tree!

It might be a story about his or her perseverance in accomplishing a goal, or courage in facing a challenge. It might be about a difficult decision he or she made that will change her life. Or it might be about a special talent your grad possesses. Whether funny, sad or inspiring, we want to hear your story–and reward you for raising such a great kid!

Graduation ContestSend your entry to contests@peartreegreetings.com with your name, email and phone number and then watch for it to be posted on our blog. But hurry–this graduation contest ends April 1st! The winner will be chosen by judges at Pear Tree Greetings, and will be notified on or before April 9, 2012. The winner will receive a $100 credit to spend on graduation announcements and invitations at Pear Tree! Second prize: $50 credit; Third prize $20 credit. Limit one entry per family, please. Good luck and start writing!

Dani

Dani manages social media at Pear Tree Greetings, which means she actively shares, tweets, pins and posts from her laptop or phone all day long, always stressing the importance of a handwritten note.

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8 thoughts on “Graduation Contest

  1. My son Maxwell will be graduating from Carsonville-Port Sanilac High school next year. I’m very proud of him… he is a fighter… he almost died at birth and along with that problem came a few other problems. He was diagnosed with being Emotionally Impaired and Learning Disabled – and though he doesn’t do the best with books he seems to find a way to succeed. He’s a creative kid – makes armor, military based items and physical gaming items out of anything he can get his hands on. He’s become a military buff and we’re not a military family. He understands so much more than I ever have – he’s caring and sensitive but knows when to stick up for himself. This school year he was accepted into the Career Center where kids have the choice to learn a trade – he’s learning computer graphics and is doing very good at it. We received a postcard in the mail from his teachers regarding his accomplishments. He’s becoming an amazing young man.

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