NFL Game of the Week
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Louisville, KY (PRWEB) September 24, 2009
Happy Feet recently launched NFLSlippers.com and the "NFL Game of the Week" contest, where football fans came make a prediction about their favorite team's game and win a pair of Happy Feet NFL slippers.
To enter to win, all NFL fans have to do is make a prediction for any of the games listed on NFLSlippers.com. The person closest to the winning team's score -- without going over -- wins a free pair of the winning team's slippers. During the first week of the contest, fans of the Pittsburgh Steelers, Tennessee Titans, New York Giants and Washington Redskins had a chance to win.
"We launched this contest to give NFL fans something different," stated Happy Feet President, Pat Yates. "Our customers love our slippers and we take great pride in how unique and comfortable they are. We hope to introduce our slippers to new people and start a trend among football fans: 'Big game, comfy slippers!'"
There is no lengthy registration or membership needed to participate, just a valid email address and a prediction. Fans can submit predictions for as many of the games that are listed on the Website as they want, however multiple entries will not be accepted. If there is a tie, the prediction with the closest losing team's score will win.
Happy Feet are the most unique house slippers ever manufactured. Imitated but never duplicated, the patented, oversized athletic shoe design is so comfortable and fun to wear that customers usually laugh out loud and exclaim, "It's like walking on pillows!"
Happy Feet was started in 1996 as a mall cart program that quickly expanded throughout the US, England, Canada and Spain. The company's business philosophy is family oriented, which makes them different than many wholesalers and web vendors. In addition to NFL slippers, Happy Feet has over 200 designs available for purchase, including animal slippers, college team slippers and many more. Visit http://www.buyhappyfeet.com to browse Happy Feet's slipper catalog.
To make your prediction for this week's NFL Game of the Week, go to http://www.nflslippers.com.