WhatAreKidsSaying.com Sends Pro Athletes to Schools Across America to Give Kids The Write Idea About Success

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WhatAreKidsSaying.com announces a national tour, in which superstar, Green Bay Packer wide receiver, Greg Jennings, as well as former NFL linebacker, and founder of WhatAreKidsSaying.com, Ian Gold, will be making visits to several schools across the U.S.

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WhatAreKidsSaying.com is a new and exciting website that offers kids and teens, around the globe, a platform to express their thoughts and opinions, free from any judgment or criticism. Readers are able to view the thoughts and opinions of kids and teens, as they share letters to President Barack Obama, true stories about their own life experiences, poems about love, and much, much more.

Founder Ian Gold, a University of Michigan graduate, along with WhatAreKidsSaying.com's National Spokesperson, Greg Jennings, who is a graduate of Western Michigan University, are making their way to schools all across the U.S., in an effort to promote "The Race to 50,000," a contest in which the first three members of the website to earn 50,000 points will receive college tuition to any four-year college/university in the U.S.

Having visited schools in Milwaukee and Denver thus far, Gold and Jennings are scheduled to visit schools in Michigan and Atlanta this week and next. If you are interested in scheduling your school for a visit during the WhatAreKidsSaying.com tour, please e-mail us at rsvp at whatarekidssaying dot com.


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