Friday, May 27, 2011

Dove Men+Care All Star Dad Search


Dove is searching for All Star Dads in Canada.   It doesn’t matter if fathers are pro-athletes or stay at home dads; in the eyes of their families they are All Stars because they care.  

imageSince May 17th, Canadians can nominate the real All-Star Dads in their lives by sharing photos and stories at

Canadians can drum up support for their favourite All-Star Dads by “sharing” submissions with friends and family.   Even Canadians not making a nomination can still support their favourite All-Star Dads on the page by clicking the appropriate “support” buttons within the gallery of submissions.

Check regularly to get a real-time update of the support generated for your favourtie All-Star Dad!    After six weeks, a roster of 20 All-Star ads receiving the most support will receive a years’ supply of Dove Men+Care product.

Three special All-Star Dads from the final group of 20 will receive a grand prize for their families.  This will consist of a special all-includive CFL VIP Experience including a trip for four to the 99th Grey Cup game at B.C. Place in Vancouver, with hotel room, round trip transportation and four tickets to the Grey Cup game.

For further inspiration Dove Men+Care™ visit to watch videos of the journey to comfort taken by well-known NHL and CFL stars, including Brendan Shanahan, Mike Babcock, Michael “Pinball” Clemons and Anthony Calvillo

Don’t forget that by nominating your All-Star Dad he could win the following:

imageThe All Star Dad could win 1 od 3 exciting CFL VIP Experiences of a trip to the 99th Grey Cip game in Vancouver, B.C. for himself and his family (up to 4 people).


Be selected as one of 20 dads chosen to be featured in the Dove MEN+CARE 2011 Roster of All Star Dads, and receive a Year’s supply of MEN+CARE products, with a total value of $120$. 


2010_07_05_10_08_50My husband is definitively an All-Star Dad as he doesn’t hesitate one second to spend time with his children. He has decided a few years ago to do special outings individually with each one of our four children. The kids are looking forward for their one-on-one time with dad every summer. He also build memories with them by bringing them fishing and watching special TV shows like Star Wars Clone Wars/Reboot with them. My husband is a wonderful man who also supports me as we have decided to homeschool our kids. He is present in my life and the kids’ lives because he has made the decision to never work too much. He owns an IT business and makes sure that he has quality time with his family. A few years ago, he decided that buying an RV would allow us to spend more time as a family. He was right, because since then we were able to build amazing memories while travelling together in Canada and the U.S. One of our dreams would be to tour both countries with the RV. My husband is an amazing Dad and I wouldn’t change him for all the money in the world!

No Purchase Necessary. Residents of Canada (age of majority) may nominate a potential entrant. Potential entrants must be male residents of Canada (age of majority). Contest ends June 30, 2011 at 11:59:59 p.m. ET. Nominate a potential entrant by submitting a 200 word
maximum essay and a photo of him on the Dove Men+Care® All Star Dad Search nomination form application on the Dove page on Facebook. Nominations must be confirmed by the potential entrant before they are confirmed as an entrant. Limit of one entry per entrant/email address. 3 Grand Prizes available to be won, each consisting of a trip for four to Vancouver, British Columbia, each with an ARV of $7500. 20 Finalist Prizes available to be won, each consisting of a supply of Dove Men+Care® products and inclusion in the online Dove Men+Care® 2011 Roster of All Star Dads, each with an ARV of $120. Odds of being selected as a prize winner depend on the number and calibre of eligible Entries received during the Contest Period and on the number of shows of support received during the Contest Period.  Mathematical skill testing question required. For full contest rules, visit

Disclaimer: I was not monetarily compensated for this post.   I thought Canadians should know about this opportunity. All opinions expressed here are only my own.

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