Maytag Dependable Leader Award Program #MC

I participated in a campaign on behalf of Mom Central Consulting (#MC) for Maytag. I received a promotional item as a thank you for participating.

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Maytag needs your help to select the best candidate for the 2013 Maytag Dependable Leader Award – an award to recognize someone committed to making a difference in the lives of youth – through America’s Vote competition.  I first learned about this partnership that Maytag has with the Boys & Girls Club of America at Blissdom earlier this year, and was so glad to see a large company team up with an organization that supports the nations young people, and I wanted to share this information with you, so you could help make a difference too.

The finalists are:

Albert Hernandez – Boys & Girls Club of Pasadena
Ethan Harris – Boys & Girls Club of Bryant
Nate Ford – Boys & Girls Clubs of San Francisco
Ricky Gallon – Boys & Girls Clubs of Tampa BaySteve Hixson – Boys & Girls Clubs of Cleveland

I wish they all could win!  Through November 29th, visit to learn about all five finalists and the exemplary work they do in their respective communities, and to help make a difference, vote once a day for the nominee you find to best represent a Maytag Dependable Leader!

The winner will join 24 of this year’s other Dependable Leaders across the country and receive a $20,000 financial grant to help his Club continue to improve its impact in its community.

I’m making sure to vote every day until the 29th, will you?

13 thoughts on “Maytag Dependable Leader Award Program #MC

  1. I think its great when big company's help out and make a difference with our country's youth.

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