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H O W   T O   E N T E R


Simply draw a treasure map and send it to us in one of two ways:


1. Either email it to contest@treasurekai.com*

2. Or upload it using the form under the arrow below


The treasure map can be of anything you wish and you can draw it however you want – hand draw it, paint it or use a drawing program or app. And you need to include a drawing or image of Treasure Kai, or include Treasure Kai’s name in your map somehow.


Make sure to include your name, email address and age as of September 1, 2011 on your treasure map so we can contact you if you are a semi finalist.

*If you email your entry, you will receive a confirmation email with a link to a form you’ll need to complete to qualify your entry.


We will choose 10 semi finalists for each age group and an online public vote will determine the finalists. Judges will select the final three winners.

AGE 4 – 6

AGE 7 – 9

AGE 10 – 12


 

Email your entry to
contest@treasurekai.com or
Submit Your Entry Here

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Meet Our Guest Judges

Rachael Birmingham Be an App Star
Rachael Birmingham – Mom, best selling author of 4 Ingredients, TV personality and entrepreneur.
   
Daphne Brogdon Be an App Star
Daphne Brogdon -  Mom,  TV host, stand up comic, CoolMom.com.  Daphne’s Cool Mom is a light hearted look at how women who have become mothers now view the world around them. www.coolmom.com
   
Lorraine Akemann Be an App Star
Lorraine Akemann – Mom, blogger, and cofounder of Moms With Apps, network of family-friendly developers for the iPhone and iPad.
   
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Shannon Des Roches Rosa – Mom, blogger, accomplished writer and speaker, Shannon primarily writes about parenting and autism. Her sites are The Thinking Person’s Guide to Autism, BlogHer.com and Squidalicious.