Create Your Own Fan-cestry to (Maybe) Win Tickets to Super Bowl XLVII
By: Kim O'Hara | Posted: October 18, 2012
If you're reading this, smart money says you're a football fan. In our experience, we football fans have a wide variety of ways through which we express our passion. Whether it's throwing on the same jersey each Sunday and refusing to wash it as long as our team is winning, heading to the same bar to sit at the same table every week, or believing we can actually communicate with players/coaching staff through the TV, we all have our own methods of supporting our team.
The team at Procter and Gamble has acknowledged this idea and taken it one step further through its new Fan-cestry initiative. With Fan-cestry, you can discover more about your personal fan "style" while learning fun tidbits about your favorite team. It's a fun new way to track your own fanhood, but it's also a way to become eligible to win tickets to this year's Super Bowl XLVII in New Orleans.
P&G has designed a friendly competition between fourteen blogs (including TheFootballGirl.com), and the winning blog will secure two Super Bowl tickets to give away to one of its lucky readers. In order for us to send you to New Orleans for the big game on February 3rd, we need the highest percentage of readers vs. other blogs to create a new Fan-cestry. By clicking our unique link (listed below) by Monday, October 22 and following the easy steps at Fan-cestry.com, you'll not only create a fun new tool to examine your fanhood, you’ll prove that men and women can support their NFL teams with equal vigor!
Two important notes:
1) To help us win the blogger competition, you must use our special TFG link to create your Fan-cestry.
Please pass this URL along to everyone you know and ask them to pass along as well. I know that’s asking a lot but we REALLY want to be able to give away a pair of Super Bowl tickets to you guys.
2) When you go to sign up for your new Fan-cestry, make sure to scroll to the bottom of the “user generated content agreement” that first appears. That’s the only way to make the “Submit” button active and start your actual Fan-cestry.
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