WhatAreKidsSaying.com Announces the Opportunity of a Lifetime

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WhatAreKidsSaying.com has just announced a once in a lifetime opportunity, "The Race to 50,000".

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The greatest resource on our planet is not measured by the NASDAQ or the Dow. Our greatest resource is the innocent and profound nature of our kids and teens, and it is extremely important that we began to capture it

WhatAreKidsSaying.com, an exciting new website for kids and teens, announces that it is going to pay the college tuition of the first three members of its website to reach 50,000 points.

WhatAreKidsSaying.com, founded by University of Michigan graduate and former NFL Linebacker, Ian Gold, offers kids and teens a platform to express their thoughts and opinions, without fear of judgment or criticism.

"The greatest resource on our planet is not measured by the NASDAQ or the Dow. Our greatest resource is the innocent and profound nature of our kids and teens, and it is extremely important that we began to capture it," says founder, Ian Gold.

Adding to a growing list of his "off the field" endeavors is NFL superstar Wide Receiver, Greg Jennings. The Green Bay Packer is the WhatAreKidsSaying.com National Spokesperson. Jennings, a self-proclaimed poet, is excited about the opportunity to begin encouraging kids and teens to let their voices be heard.

Gaining national notoriety as a vehicle of self-expression and creativity, WhatAreKidsSaying.com is loaded with features! After kids and teens become members, they can participate in a variety of creative writing contests. They will also be given their very own time capsule, where they may store personal writings, photos, and music, rediscovering their treasures for years to come!

WhatAreKidsSaying.com is not a social network. It is a safe and secure environment where kids and teens have the freedom to express themselves freely. The website is for kids and teens that are 18 years old and younger. Please feel free to contact us at rsvp (at) whatarekidssaying (dot) com.

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