Unleash Her #RealBratz-Giveaway

Have you seen the new direction that Real Bratz is going in?  I have to say I am loving it.  At first I was unsure as how I could relate to the #Real Bratz Dolls.  They seemed too....much not like ME!  But as I look at this campaign, I see possibilites for growth in my opinion.  Look for yourself.



Here is what is being asked.  Can you show your girls how they can become a "#RealBratz Girl" and learn how to step outside the box.

- Real Bratz work hard to push the boundaries of what they think they can be.
- Real Bratz stand up for their passions and encourage others to do the same.
- Real Bratz give back by lending a hand where no one else knew a hand was needed.
- Real Bratz see the impossible... and make it possible.
- Real Bratz think outside the box, innovate and invent, and bring new ideas and concepts into the world.
- Real Bratz are everywhere, in every classroom, in every neighborhood, in every city, and all around the globe. They exceed expectations in their youth, and grow up to continue to work hard and make the world a better place, both locally and internationally.

They are out there... AND WE WANT TO HEAR THEIR STORIES!!!!  Tell me how your girl is growing to reach out and become the best she can be.  We will be picking one winner to receive her very own all new Bratz Doll.  Please enter by leaving a comment (along with a way we can contact you) below. 



You can find Bratz at the following links.
www.bratz.com
www.facebook.com/bratz
www.twitter.com/bratz
www.pinterest.com/officialbratz
www.instagram.com/officialBratz

11 comments:

  1. My daughters birthday is next month. She has requested that instead of buying her a gift we spend the money on buying a back pack with socks, water, power bars and a gift card to Mc Donald's to a man who is homeless in our town.

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    1. That is wonderful. She is a special girl! I see she is a #RealBratz by having the spirit of giving and care!

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  2. My oldest daughter has grown so much, she's been asking to donate all of her old toys that she no longer plays with, and each xmas she helps me deliver new toys to the toy drive in our city, she loves it

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    1. It is so wonderful to teach sharing is more than passing the plate at the dinner table. It is giving of oneself to help others. Your daughter is a fine example.

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  3. My little girl is so sweet and loving. She can't be around when we have a yard sale. She gives every kid she sees as many toys as she can. "but what if they don't have money to buy their own?"

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    1. Well you always taught her to share her toys and she does. Fantastic way to be.

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  4. She looks after her brothers and helps mommy with chores!

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    1. Love a cheerful helper, don't you!

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  5. My little ones does chores like making her bed, emptying the dishwasher and cleaning her room without nagging. A great kid!

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    1. This is a great way to instill life long dedication to a job well done. Good work!

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