Toronto, Canada (PRWEB) December 5, 2007
By Kids For Kids (BKFK), the company dedicated to making teens’ ideas a reality, is looking for kids aged 8-16 with a great idea or business that has already achieved some success to appear in the new television series, Think BIG.
This new and exciting show will put the spotlight on amazingly talented young entrepreneurs and inventors. Visit the BKFK website at http://www.bkfk.com/thinkbig and submit your inventions for consideration. The best entries will be featured in the new television series, Think BIG.
Produced by Toronto-based, Breakthrough Films & Television, Think BIG will provide a platform for kid inventors and entrepreneurs to showcase their products, letting the world know that kids have great ideas too. Kids can plan, design and manufacture great ideas into products and services everyone can use.
Visit http://www.bkfk.com/thinkbig to submit your idea now.
Publicity Stills Available Upon Request
About By Kids For Kids:
By Kids For Kids is the leading global marketing, branding and licensing company dedicated to making teens’ ideas a reality. Their mission is to inspire, motivate and stimulate the innovative spirit within all young people. BKFK is in the midst of four revolutionary teen innovation competitions, powered by the new Idea Locker™ at http://www.bkfk.com. The Digital Storytelling Challenge, The Signature Style Challenge, The Sports Evolution Challenge and The Going Green Challenge for the environment. These competitions, running until March 31st, 2008, challenge participants to create methods and products for advancement in each arena with a grand prize of $10,000 per challenge and a “connection to reality” where kids will get a hands-on experience in the field they’ve competed in.
About Breakthrough Films & Television:
Breakthrough Films & Television is a producer of popular children’s, factual, drama, variety and lifestyle programming, and has a library of over 1,000 hours of programming. Over the past 21 years, executive producers Ira Levy and Peter Williamson have built a creative partnership and established themselves as one of Canada’s most prolific providers of television programs, having produced over 550 half-hours of programming over the last two years. With offices in Toronto, Canada, the company is located at http://www.breakthroughfilms.com.
By Kids for Kids
Tel: +1 323-702-3684