Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Energizer Teams Up with Jordin Sparks to Help Save The Music plus an iTunes Giveaway

Music and all of the arts are such an important part of our children's education and growth. Sadly when budgets are tight, the art's are usually the first things to get cut in our public schools. We saw it first hand last year in our Connecticut town when the music program at our intermediate school was significantly cut. The VH1 Save the Music Foundation is dedicated to restoring instrumental music education in America's public schools, while also raising awareness about the importance of music as part of a complete education. The Foundation has provided more than $47 million in new musical instruments to 1,750 public schools in over 100 cities around the United States.

This summer Energizer is teaming up with VH1 Save the Music Ambassador Jordin Sparks. On July 28, Grammy®-nominated platinum-recording artist Jordin Sparks will perform at a surprise location in New York City to raise awareness for Energizer’s partnership with the VH1 Save The Music Foundation. The venue will be announced July 28 and it is free and open to the public. Sparks’ “pop-up” performance will kick off the series of grants Energizer and the VH1 Save The Music Foundation will make to schools around the country in need of musical instruments.


You do not have to wait till then to get involved. Now through August 12, 2011 for every new “LIKE” on the Energizer Bunny® Facebook page Energizer will donate $1 to help restore instrumental music education through the VH1 Save The Music Foundation.

In addition to powering music education in America’s public schools, Energizer is also powering Americans’ playlists. Right now in stores, specially-marked Energizer products contain a special code so when someone buys three participating products, he or she can go online to www.nowthatspositivenergy.com/music and redeem the codes for a $10 iTunes Gift Card.

For more information on Energizer’s partnership with VH1 Save The Music, visit www.nowthatspositivenergy.com/music or www.facebook.com/energizerbunny and click on the VH1 Save The Music tab. You can also follow @EnergizerBunny or #EnergizerSTM on Twitter for the latest news and hints about Jordin's secret location.

Giveaway
One (1) winner will receive a $10 iTunes Gift Card

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Leave a comment telling me why you feel it important to keep music in our public schools.

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This giveaway is open to legal US Residents 18+ only and will end on Wednesday, August 3 at 11:59pm EST. One winner will be chosen at random using Random.org and will be posted on the Winner's Announcement Page. Winner has 48 hours to claim his/her prize otherwise a new winner will be picked. Please leave your e-mail address in all of your comment(s) so I can contact you. I will not share your e-mail address with anyone, it will strictly be used to notify you if you win. Good luck!

I received a gift card for hosting this giveaway




123 comments:

  1. It's important to keep music education in our schools because it serves as a creative outlet for kids.

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  3. kids need to explore their creativity.

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  4. Music is a positive outlet for many kids.
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  8. It's important to save the music because music serves an important role in education- to encourage, inspire and help kids learn and grow.

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  14. I think it is a a great way to express yourself.
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  15. It helps kids express themselves

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  16. it's important to keep music in school as a creative outlet

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  21. Keeping music in our public schools helps bring out creativity in students.


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  27. Music is a great way to express creativity and inspiration. It gets out aggression, rage, and stress. If children were able to express how they feel with music, they wouldn't need to start fights, pick up a gun, or turn to less-than-flattering ways to express themselves.

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  28. I think it is a great creative tool for the children and it is important to keep this tool in the schools.
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  29. Music is so important to our lives. It brings joy and helps with math skills. I absolutely think music needs to stay in schools!

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  32. music teaches good character
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  33. It's important to keep music in our schools because the arts are important. My daughters have never been into sports...they are more interested in the arts...singing and theater. They have gained self confidence from performing in front of people and have made many wonderful friends.
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  37. To expose them to different cultures, teach them about the history of music, and to keep their creativity going.
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  38. It teaches creativity and allows them to express what they can't say through music
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  39. Music was a key part in my education. It is an integral part of learning, and becoming a whole person.

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  40. It's important to keep music in schools because it allows children to learn skills that they wouldn't be able to learn otherwise.

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  41. bc music is something that is part of every culture

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  42. School can get quite tedious and boring for some students without sports and the arts, especially music. Music helps kids be well-rounded.

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  45. Gives those runts an outlet for creativity

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  46. Music actually trains the brain for higher forms of thinking, resulting in better skills in other areas such as math.

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  47. Music encourages and stimulates a different kind of creativity. My kids school does not have a music program at all -it was cut. Two years ago they had a fiddler come in and give each class a series of lessons. It was fascinating to see the kids learn. And, I think an appreciate of music, helps you appreciate life in different ways. Ok, thanks for the great question!

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  48. I think it's important to keep music in our public schools because learning and performing music helps kids learn discipline and cooperation/teamwork.

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  49. It's important to keep music in our schools because not everyone is good at sports or art and it allows for another creative outlet.

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  55. It exercises parts of our brain that math and science doesn't. It helps create more well rounded children.

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  56. MUSIC and All Arts - are very important. It helps to create a well rounded person - as school should not just be about English, Science, Math, or even Sports. Every child excels in a different area.

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  61. I think music should be kept in school because it helps kids to expand their creativity and develop their memory.
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  68. It's extremely important to keep music in educational curriculum! It's a creative outlet, it's a basis for education, it encourages brain activity and maximizes the brain's absorption of information. It's stress relieving and encourages team work and active learning!

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  74. music inspires creativity and increases concentration! plus its a great talent to have and develop! jmmccarr@gmail.com

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  75. Music allows kids to be more creative and take a break from standard learning.

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  76. I think it is important, because it is away our children can express themselves sweepmorey at gmail dot com

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  79. I think it's important to keep music in schools because it makes our children more rounded individuals.

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  80. It's important to keep music in school because music is another form of self expression, that let's creative minds flow.
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  81. music is a great way for our children to express their creativity!

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  82. I think it's important to keep music in schools because it builds confidence and helps kids excel in other subjects, like math.honeypie411 at yahoo dot com

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  83. It helps students express themselves

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  84. We are emotional beings and every child requires an artistic outlet.


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  87. Music keeps the program of study well-rounded. I think schools would be remiss to lose the value of that and the value that music itself presents. Who doesn't remember some of the songs learned in school music class? It touches you, and it stays with you. I still remember "Down in My Heart" from grade school...and that was many, many, many...well you get the idea. :)

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  89. It's important to give children opportunities to express themselves creatively and to develop in many different areas.

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  97. It's important to keep music in our public schools because music opens up worlds. Music helps us express our creativity and emotions. I believe the best public education is well-rounded, and music is an important part of that.

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  103. I think it is important because it promotes creativity and gives kids an outlet. thanks for the chance eaglesforjack@gmail.com

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  106. It is important to teach children an appreciation for the arts and the discipline that comes with learning to play an instrument. trinitygsd at yahoo dot com

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  107. Music is important in schools because it can give children confidence and discipline. Thanks!

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  108. music teaches them who they are
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  109. i think it is important because i loved band when i was in school and i know that other children will enjoy it as well
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  110. I think music in school is important because it teaches creativity & discipline. Plus kids make lifelong friends in band, chorus etc.

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  111. I think music inspries kids and keeps them on the right path

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  112. teaches dedication, responsibility and expression
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  114. I feel it is important to keep music in our public schools to promote children's creativity.

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  117. because I have seen the impact in my 2 children. They are able to process their other school work quicker and with greater ease than their friends who don't have music classes. The kids also form friendships in band and choir that outlast any others.

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  119. I think it is important because it helps children braiden their horizons and perspectives.
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