Vote for an Imagination Playground

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Organizations with the most votes will be awarded an imagination playground.

Votes are being accepted through July 23, 2014 for three different chances to win an Imagination Playground and Play Associate Training (valued at over $7,500) for your school or organization. Based on the overwhelming response to the company’s March nomination program, resulting in five Playground awards, Imagination Playground has created three additional voting periods. An Imagination Playground and Play Associate Training will be awarded each period to the school or organization with the most votes. To cast a vote for your school or organization, just visit http://www.imaginationplayground.com/vote-for-an-imagination-playground.html. An individual may cast one vote for their school or organization daily, but are encouraged to share the voting opportunity with family, friends and coworkers. To receive ongoing updates on the voting, follow the company on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/ImgPlayground or like the company on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/ImaginationPlayground. Voting periods are open over the following timeline:

  •     Chance 1: Voting begins May 22, 2014 and ends June 11, 2014
  •     Chance 2: Voting begins June 14, 2014 and ends June 29, 2014
  •     Chance 3: Voting begins July 2, 2014 and ends July 23, 2014

“After reading over 6,000 heart-warming nominations during the March program, we just knew as an organization that we had to open up the opportunity to help even more schools and organizations,” explained Dave Krishock, President of Imagination Playground. “We know that Imagination Playground is changing lives – helping transform children’s minds, bodies, and spirits through play. I would encourage everyone to keep those votes coming in. Vote for Imagination Playground, vote for kids playing!”

About Imagination Playground, LLC
Imagination Playground is a breakthrough playspace concept designed to encourage child-directed, unstructured free play. The kind of play that experts say is critical to children’s intellectual, social, physical and emotional development. With a focus on loose parts, Imagination Playground offers elements that allows children to constantly reconfigure their environment and to design their own course of play. Giant foam blocks, loose parts and fabric overflow with creative potential for children to play, dream, build and explore endless possibilities. Imagination Playground offers product to serve child development organizations – day care centers, kindergartens, elementary schools, children’s museums – and science, nature, discovery centers, camps, community centers, children’s hospitals, public park and recreation departments and more - in the North America and over 50 countries overseas. For more information visit http://www.imaginationplayground.com.

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