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Giveaway

Win a New Smile from Invisalign Teen!

By May 1, 2011May 12th, 2012174 Comments

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In honor of Invisalign Teen’s tour sponsorship of the 2011 Bloggy Book Camp conference series, Invisalign is offering one lucky winner a new smile for themselves or their child. To enter, simply follow the steps outlined below. The winner will receive one free Invisalign Teen treatment (valued at no more than $5,500) and the gift of a confident new smile themselves or one of their children.

Two second place winners will receive a $100 American Express Gift Card.

Winners will be randomly selected on or before June 16, 2011.

Here is how you can enter to win:

First, visit the Invisalign website and learn about the product, treatment process and all of the benefits to choosing Invisalign.  Also be sure to check out the Sweepstakes rules. Then, do one or more of the following (participants can submit up to 4 qualified entries):

  1. Leave a comment telling us how a new smile by Invisalign would benefit you or your child.
  2. Take the Invisalign Self Assessment, then come back here and post a comment to let us know what the assessment said.
  3. Send a tweet: I want to win the New Smile Giveaway from #InvisalignTeen and @BloggyBootCamp http://bit.ly/knmSA3! Then come back here and leave a comment linking to your tweet!
  4. Send a stamped 3” x 5” postcard with your name, address, and contact phone number to:

Invisalign Bloggy Boot Camp New Smile Giveaway
PO Box 1093
Chino Hills, CA 91709

One winner will be selected at random on June 16, 2011 and announced on TheSITSGirls.com.

Good luck!

Entering this contest is not the only way you can qualify for a picture perfect smile from Invisalign! If you are a mom blogger who is interested in working with brands, then we encourage you to check out Invisalign’s Mom Advisory Board. You can learn more here. Invisalign is currently recruiting bloggers for paid opportunities!

About Francesca

Francesca has an extensive background in content marketing, public relations, and social outreach. She oversees all Operations at Sway Group, including our robust metrics capabilities. Prior to joining the online world, Francesca oversaw viticulture and oenology at various wineries in both California and Italy, and managed regulatory affairs and facility approvals at the biotech company, Genentech. Francesca has been featured on CBS Sacramento and Food Blogger Pro’s podcast. She has also hosted an AMA webinar and spoken at Social Media World.

174 Comments

  • Hello. I would really appreciate it if you would consider me for the invisailgn prize. I am fifteen, almost sixteen years old and i have asking for braces for three years. Unfortunately, my prayers have gone unanswered. Getting straight teeth has been my mission and I am trying to do anything in my power to get it. This would mean a lot to me. Thank you for listening.

  • Darcy farrak says:

    Hi,
    I’m Darcy and I’m 14 years old. I want braces so bad but my family can’t afford them so I had to do without. If I win this contest I will be so happy that I can finally get the smile I want. Thankyou for your time.

  • Kaycie W says:

    I have always been someone who considered themselves outgoing and friendly, but what a lot of people don’t know is how self-conscious I am. Especially about my teeth. I’m 20 years old and still get comments about how my teeth are crooked. I have been teased about it before, but I’ve never been able to afford it, and I’m beginning to feel like if I don’t get the opportunity to have the treatment done soon, then it may never be done. I just want to be as confident in my smile as I am in other aspects of life. I’m a college student pursuing a degree in political science, and there’s no way I would ever feel comfortable speaking in front of a large group of people with my teeth. It would literally be life-changing for me – I haven’t smiled with my teeth in pictures since I was a young child and often find myself trying to be discreet in my smiling and laughing because I’m so embarrassed. I just hope I’m lucky enough to be considered for such an amazing prize, and it would really be a major event in my young life if my teeth could be corrected. Thank you!

    • Tiffany says:

      Hi Kaycie,

      This contest ended months ago, but you may be able to do a web search for additional Invisalign opportunities.

      Best,
      Tiffany

  • Anonymous says:

    Who is the winner?

    • Francesca says:

      We just posted the winner on our Facebook fan page this week. The winner of the Invisalign treatment is Michelle from Fun on a Dime. The winners of the gift cards will be announced soon. Invisalign has asked that we hold off on releasing the names until they can obtained signed affidavits from everyone.

  • Jae says:

    I just tweeted. Not sure how to link to the exact tweet but here’s to my page: http://twitter.com/#!/JaeeMor

    Thanks!

  • Stephanie says:

    Here’s what my self-assessment told me:
    Based on your answers, here are some facts to consider:

    On average, treatment with Invisalign takes less than a year.
    Aligners are removable so you can eat whatever you want and easily brush and floss.
    There are no metal wires or brackets to irritate your cheeks and gums.
    Aligners are virtually invisible so most people won’t even know you’re straightening your teeth.

  • Stephanie says:

    I have an overcrowded smile, and invisalign would help correct that.

  • Miranda says:

    I love to smile. It’s an easy way to break the ice with someone. I don’t love that my bottom teeth are crooked, and I’d like to change that.

  • Here is what my assessment said:
    Based on your answers, here are some facts to consider:

    On average, treatment with Invisalign takes less than a year.
    Aligners are removable so you can eat whatever you want and easily brush and floss.
    There are no metal wires or brackets to irritate your cheeks and gums.
    Aligners are virtually invisible so most people won’t even know you’re straightening your teeth.

  • I took the assessment: You have told us that you’d like tofix a spacing or crowding issue. The good news is that Invisalign is applicable for many cases like yours.

  • I would love to win this! I would benefit because my bottom teeth are super crowded in the front, to the point of me being concerned about losing one or two. (They all want to be front teeth, apparently.) So, this would help ease the pressure on my front teeth, and hopefully allow them to settle back in where they belong. I had braces in my teenage years, and REALLY don’t want to go there again!

  • I have always been ashamed of my smile. Having crooked teeth and an overbite since I was young, I haven’t been able to get braces because my family couldn’t afford it, so I have spent most of my life with crooked teeth. I am now in college and I will soon be getting married. I don’t want to have these same crooked teeth on my wedding day. I want to be able to smile, and have a confidence to know that I am beautiful inside and out.

    Here is what my assessment said:
    Based on your answers, here are some facts to consider:

    On average, treatment with Invisalign takes less than a year.
    Aligners are removable so you can eat whatever you want and easily brush and floss.
    There are no metal wires or brackets to irritate your cheeks and gums.
    Aligners are virtually invisible so most people won’t even know you’re straightening your teeth.

    Maybe my dreams will come true, and I will be able to have beautiful straight teeth for my wedding day.

  • ErickaH says:

    Hi my name is Ericka I’m a young mother of three beauitful children. Working part time, going to school part time and being a full time mom dosen’t leave me with much time for myself.Since my teen years my bottom teeth slowly started to crowd together. This has definitly took a toll on my appearance and self confidence. With so many expenses and a busy schudule winning braces for myself would be a dream come true.

  • Jackie Sauter says:

    My Self Assessment says-

    “Based on your answers, here are some facts to consider:

    On average, treatment with Invisalign takes less than a year.
    Aligners are removable so you can eat whatever you want and easily brush and floss.
    There are no metal wires or brackets to irritate your cheeks and gums.
    Aligners are virtually invisible so most people won’t even know you’re straightening your teeth.”

    This sounds wonderful!

  • Jackie Sauter says:

    I’ve been wanting to come out of my proverbial “shell” for my entire life. I’ve had an enormous gap between my two front teeth since I was little that has prevented me from doing so. I’m still fairly young and have a lot I want to accomplish, but feel so inferior and unable to take any steps to do so. Invisalign would make my LIFE!

  • Kat says:

    the self assessment told me:

    Aligners are removable so your teen can eat normally and easily brush and floss.
    There are no metal wires or brackets to irritate your teen’s cheeks and gums or cause injury during sports and activities.
    Best of all, aligners are virtually invisible so most people won’t even know your teen is straightening their teeth.

  • Anna Beard says:

    My 16 year old seems to be coming out of her doom-n-gloom phase. She even tried out for cheerleading this year. While she’s finding her new voice, it sure would be nice to help her find her new smile with Invisalign.

  • Kat says:

    Rather than for myself or my child, I would give this gift to my fantastic husband! His mom was unable to afford braces when he was young and he desires strongly to have his teeth straightened but we haven’t been able to get them taken care of yet. I know his confidence would improve greatly with Invisalign!

  • Jillian P says:

    My assessment mentioned that it can fix my crowding with only one check-up every four to six weeks or so. It’s nice knowing the aligners are nearly invisible, so I won’t have to worry about people noticing them. 🙂