Energizer and VH1 Save The Music iTunes Card Giveaway

Energizer is partnering with the VH1 Save The Music Foundation to  and is offering an iTunes card giveaway for one of my readers. VH1 Save The Music is working to help restore music education in America’s public schools, something that is missing in too many schools around the country due to budget cuts.

Jordin Sparks VH1 Save The Music Ambassador

Jordin Sparks Performance

Jordin Sparks, the VH1 Save The Music Foundation Ambassador will perform at a secret location in New York City on July 28.  To learn where she will sing, stay updated to the VH1 Save The Music Foundation tab on the Energizer Bunny Facebook page, follow @EnergizerBunny or follow #EnergizerSTM on Twitter for the latest news and hints. You won’t know where the event is until the morning of July 28th. Admission is free.

VH1 Save The Music FoundationHelp Raise Money For VH1 Save The Music Foundation

Just click “LIKE” on the Energizer Bunny® Facebook page and for each new “LIKE” through August 12, Energizer will donate $1 (up to $15,000) to help restore instrumental music education through the VH1 Save The Music Foundation.

Power Your Playlist

In addition to powering music education in America’s public schools, Energizer is also powering Americans’ playlists. Right now in stores, specially-marked Energizer products contain a special code. Purchase three participating products, and redeem your codes for a $10 iTunes Gift Card at www.nowthatspositivenergy.com/music 

Giveaway

A $10 iTunes Gift Card

Rules

  1. Contest starts now and ends July 30th midnight EST.
  2. Open to adults 18 and over within the USA
  3. One submission per household (not entry).
  4. Winner will be chosen by Random.org.
  5. Winner has 2 days to claim prize via email.

How To Enter

For One Entry For Each Below: (please leave a separate comment for each entry)

1. Leave a comment about why music education is important.
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I will be provided with an iTunes Gift Card. I would have shared this information any way since I believe in the power of music education. Thanks to Energizer and VH1 Save The Music Foundation.

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  1. There’s an Emerson quote that goes: “Trust thyself: every heart vibrates to that iron string.” I think of music that way; it touches a collective consciousness of what it means to be human; truly good music universally causes that common thread to hum within. Music education taps into that; it guides us to communicate that which we all share and yet cannot put into words.

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  2. Jessie C. says:

    It’s important to save the music because music serves an important role in education- to encourage, inspire and help kids learn and grow.

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    Music is important if you look at it as a sport, it requires coordination to place the fingers on the notes, keep a rhythm and beat. As you get older you can’t play sports but you can sing or play an instrument and it bring you pleasure when you can hear music.

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  23. Adrienne Gordon says:

    it helps kids express their creativity.

  24. Lynda E. says:

    My son was in band (marching, jazz and symphonic) for 7 years, plus took music theory and I’m firmly convinced that’s what helped him do so well in all his other classes. Music works the brain!

  25. Linda G. says:

    I think it is important for developing creativity.

  26. Music teaches teamwork (playing together in bands), and the deferred gratification/reward of practice and applying yourself. Not to mention the teamwork isn’t at the expense of another team losing or being aggressive towards another school’s students.

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  29. Janice Cooper says:

    Music education is important because it brings higher thinking. Its like an art, you learn what tones and sounds work good together. You also get to learn about other musicians. Really broadens the mind and feeds the soul.

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  42. music education is important because kids might not even know they have a talent until they have access to it

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    It helps kids express themselves and music can also relieve stress

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  60. I think music programs are important because not everyone is good at sports or art and this allows for another form of creative expression.

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  71. Music education, along with all other art activities and education, help children develop the other half of their brain (the part that isn’t exercised during math and science) which makes them all the more well rounded. Music also has a calming effect!
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    Music fosters creativity which is essential for our students

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  85. Music education is important because it helps kids build confidence in other areas.

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  88. I was a band geek in school, and music really kept me out of trouble. Music also inspired a love of travel, because we were always traveling for competitions. I think it’s so important to have music in school because it helps kids be creative and inspired.

  89. Diane Baum says:

    Music education is important because music is essential to communication and a large part of our culture

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  94. Music education is important because it exposes children to different types of music

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