11/3/15

Giveaway! Girl Power Campaign Prize Package

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Raising girls with a healthy self-image and a mindset for success is something that can be a challenge, especially with all the mixed messages in the media. Having raised a daughter myself, I know how important it is to help girls to see themselves in a positive light. That's why I love the Girl Power Campaign!

The Girl Power Campaign has created five simple steps that will change how girls see themselves, others, and their future. It's a great way to connect with your daughter, to relate to her daily life, and to encourage her to follow her dreams. Each time a girl joins the campaign, a portion of the proceeds goes to helping underprivileged girls be a part of the Girl Power Campaign, providing free bracelets and guidance.

Look at these great messages for girls through the Girl Power Campaign!
  1. I Am Empowered to Be Myself
  2. I Am Empowered to Shine Bright
  3. I Am Empowered to Follow My Dreams
  4. I Am Empowered to Make a Difference
  5. I Am Empowered to Change the World
Visit www.girlpowercampaign.org today and get started! Be sure to read the story about how the Girl Power Campaign got started and changed a girl's life twelve years ago. You can also follow them on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Girl Power products are a wonderful holiday gift idea for all the special girls in your life.

SPECIAL DISCOUNT FOR MY READERS: 
Save 25% on ALL Girl Power Fashionwear with promo code CHRISTMAS

Enter below to win a prize package of fabulous Girl Power Campaign products!
Win a Girl Power Prize Package!
One lucky winner will receive their choice of size, color, and design of a Girl Power Hoodie, a Girl Power T-Shirt, plus a Five-Pack of Girl Power Stretch-N-Reveal Bracelets. Giveaway is open to US residents ages 18 and older. Giveaway ends on 11/15/2015. Good luck!

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25 comments:

  1. i love the capri yoga pants and crew neck tees Amy (Guillaume) Linderman

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  2. Girl Power was started with a band from a father to his teenage daughter as she started off to college year. This Site helps girls with five empowering steps. Their goal is to raise awareness of the consequence of low self-esteeme. This provides parents to improve confidence and teaches positive parenting of unconditional values and worth.

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  3. I liked that the Girl Power Campaign believes in helping girls improve self esteem and confidence in themselves and empowering them to be who they are meant to be.

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  4. I love the Pink and Black Yoga pants

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  5. I am so glad that they support girls. I really like the Vintage Wash V-Neck Tee.

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  6. I love the “The bracelets remind me that it is okay to be myself, follow my dreams and make a difference in others’ lives.”

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  7. I learned that the Girl Power Campaign has created 5 ways to help girls develop a healthy self-image.
    nikilsend(at)outlook(dot)com

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  8. i love the key essentials - Showing acceptance • Giving encouragement • Sharing dreams and imparting hope • Building rapport with your girls • Teaching that hard work and endurance pay off

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  9. I really like the crew neck tees!

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  10. I like that it helps build self esteem which helps them from giving in to peer pressure. I like the Hoodie and the bracelets.

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  11. I learned that
    OUR VALUES
    •We believe every girl has value and purpose
    •We believe every girl deserves to be who they were created to be
    •We believe a positive self-image is essential for growth
    •We believe open safe communication is the key to raising successful and confident girls

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  12. I learned this neat fact: A portion of our proceeds goes to helping underprivileged girls be a part of the Girl Power Campaign, providing free bracelets and guidance

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  13. I learned that A portion of the proceeds goes toward helping underprivileged girls be a part of the Girl Power Campaign

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  14. I learned that The Girl Power campaign is based on latest cognitive behavioral and growth mindset research we have created five simple steps that will change how girls see themselves, others, and their future.
    j1man1r66@etex.net
    Jennifer Rogers

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  15. I have a grand daughter so I want her to feel empowered and live her dreams.

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  16. I learned that 7 in 10 girls believe that "they don't measure up!"
    I have 11 granddaughters & 4 daughters that I have always tried to build-up their self esteem!!

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  17. I love that they support girls, it's really sad to see the stats and how inadequate young girls feel. There need to be more positive and empowering options for girls and young women, this is great !!!

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  18. I love the GP tee vintage tees and hoodies.

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  19. I learned that the campaign is based on the latest cognitive behavioral and growth mindset research and has created 5 ways to help girls develop a healthy self-image.

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  20. I have a daughter so I love that they support girls! Its very important to me!

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  21. I love that it gives girls confidence

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  22. I learned that a girl's self confidence peaks at age 9...wow....

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  23. I love that they support they girls. It can be hard these days for girls. I have an 11 year old and 16 year old. I believe in self confidence.

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  24. I did learn that Studies indicate that girls’ top desire is for their parents to spend time with them using open communication in a safe environment.
    twinkle at optonline dot net

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  25. something i learned was " 7 in 10 girls believe they dont measure up "

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