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Win $100,000 for Your Favorite Park!

Bluebird Park, the greatest park ever. (In my humble opinion.)

I’ve shared a little bit about my favorite park with you…now it’s your turn. Where is your favorite park? The Coca-Cola’s America Is Your Park program is in its third year, and there is so much up for grabs! A 100,000 grant for your park, to be exact. Can you imagine? $100,000 to make your park even better? SWEET.

All you need to do is visit this link to vote. You can use the interactive map online to locate your park, and if you are a FourSquare user, be sure to check into your park to garner extra votes. Coke will award recreation grants to the top three parks with the most votes – $100,000 for first place, $50,000 for second and $25,000 for third. And if that isn’t cool enough, a $15,000 grant will be awarded, at random, to a lucky park that is in the top 25 at the end of the contest.

I really want Bluebird Park to win this thing, but I have a feeling I might be up against some stiff competition. (You can vote often at LivePositively.com/parks from now until July 15, 2012. And don’t forget to share with your Facebook and Twitter friends and followers! You can grab a Facebook badge photo from livepositively.com/parks to use on your Facebook page as well.)

Good luck!

This is sponsored content from Babble and The Coca-Cola Company. All opinions expressed in the post are my own and not those of Coca-Cola. NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. Only legal residents of the 50 U.S. (and D.C.) who are at least 13 years old and reside within the U.S. at the time of participation are eligible to vote for a Park. Participate on behalf of a Park by: July 15, 2012. The 3 most popular Parks will be offered a grant and there will be 1 Wild Card drawing at the end of the Contest to award an additional grant. To participate, for Official Rules, and complete details including grant descriptions, visit www.LivePositively.com/parks. Void where prohibited. Click here to see more of the discussion.

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