Glendale, AZ (PRWEB) March 2, 2005
Color Me Mine, http://www.colormemine.com, the worldÂs leader in the Paint-Your-Own-Ceramics industry announces it has joined forces with the American Cereal Council to launch a national campaign helping Mom to tackle her top 5 resolutions by painting cereal bowls with her children. Take your kids to decorate their very own cereal bowls at a Color Me Mine studio and enter photographs of their creative works to win up to $110 in prizes including a shopping spree to stock your pantry will cereal and a Color Me Mine gift certificate. Parents can enter to win at http://www.americancerealcouncil.org. The contest dates are March 1, 2005-April 25, 2005.
According to Tara Barnett, Director of Marketing for Color Me Mine Enterprises, Inc., ÂWe are pleased to participate in this promotion by encouraging customers to creatively paint cereal bowls that will signify their place at the breakfast table. Color Me Mine employees across the country are jumping into the excitement by painting bowls of their own, to represent their own personalities, and putting them on display in our studios. Related educational literature for Mom and Fun Activity Sheets for kids are available at any of our 88 US studios. Color Me Mine is all about family bonding so this association was a natural fit for both of our organizations. Our mission is to provide enrichment, bonding, family interaction and wholesome entertainment that counters the growing technical environment in which there seems to be shrinking opportunity for communal activities that once characterized the American family.Â
According to a recent survey conducted by Bluesuitmom.com MomÂs top 5 resolutions this year are:
1) Weight Management
2) Healthier Lifestyle
3) Spend More Time With Family
4) Help Kids Do Better In School
5) Add Variety To Life & Try New Things.
Says Maria Bailey, founder of Bluesuitmom.com, "Pouring one bowl of cereal in the morning and taking five minutes each day to sit down with your kids can help you achieve multiple goals which can seem overwhelming when added to an already full schedule. Cereal provides a simple way for families to start the day together and for mom to help her family work toward getting the recommended daily allowance of vitamins and minerals. Making it fun for the whole family, each personÂs one of a kind painted bowl and mixing varieties of cereal to combine different flavors, shapes and textures will add a special element to the morning tradition. Customized bowls help get everyone in the family involved in mom's goals while reaffirming that everybody has a special place in the new morning routine."
The American Cereal Council is a resource to the public and media, advocating and educating others about the positive benefits of ready-to-eat cereal.
For more information about cereal visit. http://www.americancerealcouncil.org. To find the Color Me Mine studio near you, visit http://www.colormemine.com. For local Arizona painters visit http://www.glendale.colormemine.com.