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Official Contest Rules

Clever Crazes for Kids® offers contests (the “Contests”) as part of an Always FREE, Always FUN educational model for children in grades K–8. Points are earned in the educational learning games, skill & drill activities, and physical fitness challenge, Step It Up and Kickstart Your Brain®. Through colorful, exciting, animated educational games and activities, students earn points while learning material in all of the STREAM disciplines. These include Science, Technology, Reading, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics. The math and vocabulary skill & drill activities offer students the opportunity to earn points while they improve their ability to answer questions quickly and accurately. Step It Up and Kickstart Your Brain® offers fun physical education with the opportunity for players to ethically enter their exercise “reps” to earn points. With over 50,000 facts and questions and more than 150 educational games and activities, students learn while earning points. This model of encouragement builds students’ confidence, encourages curiosity, and instills a fundamental love of learning.  

No products or services are sold on this website, and no purchase is necessary to participate or win. Please note that Apple®, Google®, and Amazon® are not sponsors of, nor are they involved in, any of the Clever Crazes for Kids® contests in any manner.

CONTESTS 

The Contests include both weekly contests and monthly contests for students in grades K-8, which may be played on a computer or with an app on a tablet.

PreK students may play the educational activities in the You the Reader world on a computer or with an app on a tablet, but are not eligible for the weekly or monthly contests.

Note: As we are continually updating the activities on CleverCrazes.com, we acknowledge that there will be short periods of time when a few of the activities appearing on a tablet or iPad may not be exactly the same as those appearing on a computer. Since updates to Apple® and Android® are approved independently, there may be a lag time before you see some of the games.

Weekly Contests for Students in Grades K-8 (September 6, 2020–May 8, 2021)

The weekly CleverCrazes.com contests are weekly competitions for high scores in the “educational activities” (i.e. Learning Games and Skill & Drill). The educational activities are in You and the World of Art, You the Athlete, You and Biodiversity, You and Our Home Planet, You and Your Insides, You and Your Money, You in Outer Space, You the Citizen, You the Time Traveler, You and How Things Work, You the Reader, and Safe Routes to School. Additional educational game opportunities may be added from time to time. 

Registered PreK students’ points will not be accumulated for winning weekly prizes for themselves.

Monthly Contests for Students in Grades K-8 (September 2020–April 2021)

The monthly CleverCrazes.com contests are monthly competitions for high scores in the “educational activities” (i.e. Learning Games and Skill & Drill). The educational activities are in You and the World of Art, You the Athlete, You and Biodiversity, You and Our Home Planet, You and Your Insides, You and Your Money, You in Outer Space, You the Citizen, You the Time Traveler, You and How Things Work, You the Reader, and Safe Routes to School. Additional educational game opportunities may be added from time to time.

Registered PreK students’ points will not be accumulated for winning monthly prizes for themselves. 

Monthly Summer Contests for Students in Grades K-8 (June–July 2021)        

Summer contests are monthly competitions for high scores in the “educational activities” (i.e. Learning Games and Skill & Drill). The educational activities are in You and the World of Art, You the Athlete, You and Biodiversity, You and Our Home Planet, You and Your Insides, You and Your Money, You in Outer Space, You the Citizen, You the Time Traveler, You and How Things Work, You the Reader, and Safe Routes to School. Additional educational game opportunities may be added from time to time. 

Registered PreK students’ points will not be accumulated for winning monthly summer prizes for themselves.

Monthly Contests for Schools, After-School Programs, Classrooms, and Home-School Programs (September 2020-April 2021)

As the students in grades K-8 play the educational activities, they accumulate points simultaneously for themselves and for their schools, home-school programs, or after-school programs.

Playing on CleverCrazes.com together is a fun way to reinforce educational topics. To play as a classroom or group, a school or group may use a SMART Board or gather around a single computer to play. The educator logs in, chooses the adult’s name on the account, selects “Play as a Classroom or Group,” enters his/her PIN, and chooses a grade level.

If a school or after-school program has limited computer access, that program can use the site as a classroom or group and still be eligible to win a classroom or group prize, even if the students cannot play as individuals. Please note that students may play at home and accumulate points both on an individual level and for the school or after-school program if they log in with their school or after-school program usernames and passwords.

Registered PreK students’ points will not be accumulated for winning monthly prizes for their schools, after-school programs, or home-school programs.

ELIGIBILITY                   

The Contests are open to legal residents of the 50 states of the United States of America, the District of Columbia, and the U.S. territories of Puerto Rico, Guam, U.S. Virgin Islands, and American Samoa enrolled as students in grades K-8 in any qualifying school or program. A public school or a school that is a non-profit entity under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code is a qualifying school. An after-school program that is a non-profit entity under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code and submits a Qualifying Entity Compliance form is a qualifying program. A home-school program that is compliant according to its state rules and is willing to submit a Qualifying Entity Compliance form and a completed IRS Form W-9 is a qualifying program. A school or after-school program that is NOT a non-profit entity will become a qualifying school or program upon completion and submission of a Qualifying Entity Compliance form and an IRS Form W-9. A Qualifying Entity Compliance form and an IRS Form W-9 will be sent to a winning entity which has not previously submitted proof of qualification and must be returned within 14 days after the date of notification in order to receive a prize. Only qualifying schools are eligible to receive school prizes. Only qualifying programs are eligible to receive program prizes.

We at Clever Crazes for Kids® consider playing for two hours per day a maximum reasonable time to enjoy learning and earning points as kids compete for prizes on CleverCrazes.com. Our goal at Clever Crazes is to encourage students to have well-rounded and balanced lives. We want their time during, before, and after school to include sports/physical activities, creative play, doing homework, helping around their homes and/or in their communities, and developing interpersonal relationships and skills. The kids’ use of CleverCrazes.com is to enhance and supplement their academics and arts appreciation and to encourage them to exercise. Therefore, if the website tech team determines that a student is using the website more than two hours per day or has exceeded the highest possible points that are deemed reasonable in the academic and art worlds in a weekly contest period they will be disqualified. Our tech and educational teams have determined that a reasonable amount of points for two hours per day should not exceed one million points for a contest week. If a student’s points are disqualified, those points will also be deducted from the overall points of the school, after-school program, classroom or group, or home-school program for that month’s contest.

As discussed below (under PRIZES), no student may win a weekly prize more than once during two consecutive calendar months, and no student may win a monthly prize more than once during any of the following contest periods: September–December 2020, January–April 2021, or June–July 2021. Also, no student may win more than one of any specific type of monthly prize (i.e., backpack, gym shoes, headphones, or hoodie) per school year (i.e., September 2020–April 2021). No school or after-school program may win a $100 prize and a $500 prize in the same month. No school classroom or after-school group may win a $100 prize more than once during any two consecutive calendar months. No school or after-school program may win a $500 prize more than once during any two consecutive calendar months. No home-school program may win a $200 prize more than once during any two consecutive calendar months.    

Each student must be registered by a parent, guardian, teacher, home-school program educator, or after-school program coordinator in order to participate. In our efforts to remain child-safe, we will only interact with adults. As discussed below (under REGISTRATION), the Contest registration information must be completed and submitted in electronic format only on the contest site. Online entries made with multiple email addresses, under multiple identities, or through the use of any other device or artifice to enter a student multiple times will be deemed invalid with the following exception: A student may be entered to participate by a parent or teacher who lists a school’s name with the student registration, and that same student may also be registered on the CCK website as a participant in an after-school program by the adult in charge of the program.

As discussed below (under PRIZE NOTIFICATION), all prizes and awards will only be distributed to registrants with valid email addresses. Adults will be contacted by email when a student or program wins a prize. As discussed below (under PRIZE REDEMPTION), the adult must respond with requested information within the time specified in the prize notification and complete any necessary forms to receive the prize.

Participants are subject to all notices for the Contests posted on the contest site, including, but not limited to, the Privacy Policy. 

The Contests are subject to all applicable federal, state, and local laws and regulations and are void where prohibited by law. 

Immediate family members of employees of Clever Crazes for Kids® are not eligible to win prizes.

Educational Activities for Students in PreK

PreK students playing as a guest or who are registered as part of their schools, after-school programs or home-school programs, may play the educational activities in the You the Reader world. However, points earned in each activity will not accumulate for winning weekly or monthly prizes.

Educational Activities for Students in Grades K-8

In order to score points while completing educational activities, each student must follow all online instructions. Educational activities are the Learning Games and Skill & Drill found in Safe Routes to School and the Clever Crazes for Kids® “Worlds,” currently: You and the World of Art, You the Athlete, You and Biodiversity, You and Our Home Planet, You and Your Insides, You and Your Money, You in Outer Space, You the Time Traveler, You the Citizen, You and How Things Work, and You the Reader. Weekly and monthly individual prizes are awarded based on participation in educational activities.

Step It Up and Kickstart Your Brain® Fitness Challenge for Students in Grades K-8 

In order to earn points in the Step It Up and Kickstart Your Brain® fitness challenge, each kid must follow all online instructions to perform the exercises and record her/his repetitions (reps) accurately. Our professional trainer has outlined what she considers to be a reasonable number of reps per exercise, per grade. If a student enters more than 50% over the reasonable number of reps, an ethics pledge reminder will appear, asking the student if the number of reps is correct. At that point, the student has the option to correct the number previously entered. If a student enters an unreasonable number of reps for an exercise (more than 50% over the number of reps defined as reasonable by our professional trainer) that is not corrected by the student.

A student may enter reps for any given exercise only twice per day. Once the student has entered a reasonable number of reps twice during a day for an individual exercise, he/she will be asked to choose another exercise.

The above rules are in effect because it is our mission to encourage kids and their families and friends to live a healthy lifestyle, which includes an appropriate amount of balanced, daily exercise. We also are dedicated to encouraging the concept of “ethics” (i.e., honesty) from an early age. As parents, teachers, and adults in positions of responsibility, we hope you will join us by encouraging your kids to exercise, have fun, and enter their accurate number of reps.

Registered students’ points earned in the Step It Up and Kickstart Your Brain® Fitness Challenge will not be accumulated for winning weekly or monthly prizes for themselves, their schools, after-school programs, or home-school programs.

REGISTRATION

Only a parent, guardian, teacher, home-school program educator, or after-school program coordinator may complete the registration information at CleverCrazes.com, the contest site. Each parent, guardian, teacher, home-school program educator, or after-school program coordinator may register multiple kids who will share the login (i.e. username and password) of such parent, guardian, teacher, home-school program educator, or after-school program coordinator. 

The Contest registration information must be completed and submitted in electronic format only on the contest site. Registration information may be submitted at any time. Online entries made with multiple email addresses, under multiple identities, or through the use of any other device or artifice to enter a student multiple times will be deemed invalid with the following exception: A student may be entered to participate by a parent or teacher who lists a school’s name with the student registration, and that same student may also be registered on the CCK website as a participant in an after-school program by the adult in charge of the program. Sponsor reserves the right to permanently disqualify any person from the Contest if she/he has violated these Official Rules.

Please note: On August 6, 2020, students will be moved up to the next grade. If a user prefers a student to remain in his/her 2019-2020 grade, he/she will need to log in and use his/her PIN to modify that student’s information once the grade change has occurred.

Parent/Guardian Registration 

The parent or guardian must provide his/her full name, email address, street address (optional), city, state, zip code (optional), country, phone number (optional), username, password, PIN, and then select “Continue Registration” and enter the student’s first name, last name initial, grade, and school.

Teacher Registration

The teacher must do the following: provide her/his full name, school email address, position, mailing address, city, state, zip code, country, best phone number at which to be reached, username, password, and PIN; enter the number of students in the classroom; select “Continue Registration”; enter the school (select from the database by state or add the school); and select “Continue Registration.” At this point, the teacher may enter each student individually into the system by entering the student’s first name, last name initial, and grade, or prepare an Excel spreadsheet containing each student’s first name, last name initial, and grade, to be emailed to  kclark@clevercrazes.com (at any time) for CCK to upload.

Home-School Program Educator Registration 

The home-school program educator must provide his/her full name, home-school email address, home-school name, mailing address, city, state, zip code, country, best phone number at which to be reached, username, password, and PIN. The person performing the registration then selects “Continue Registration” and enters each student’s first name, last name initial, and grade.         

After-School Program Registration 

The after-school program coordinator must provide her/his full name, after-school program email address, contact person’s position, program name, site name, site mailing address, city, state, zip code, country, program phone number, username, password, PIN, and number of students in the group, and then select “Continue Registration.” At this point, the coordinator may enter each student individually into the system by entering the student’s first name, last name initial, and grade, or prepare an Excel spreadsheet containing each student’s first name, last name initial, and grade, to be emailed to kclark@clevercrazes.com (at any time) for CCK to upload. 

PRIZES

WEEKLY PRIZES

Individual Students in Grades K-8 

Every week (Sunday–Saturday), beginning September 6, 2020, and continuing through the week ending May 8, 2021, seventy-two (72) kids can win $10 gift cards by being among those accumulating the top eight scores in each grade (K-8) in the educational activities. Educational activities refer to the Learning Games and Skill & Drill found in the Worlds and Safe Routes to School. Kids may win only once during any two consecutive calendar months.

MONTHLY PRIZES

Monthly Prizes for Individual Students in Grades K-8

Every month, beginning the month of September 2020, and continuing through the month of April 2021, Clever Crazes for Kids® will award up to two hundred sixteen (216) prizes per month. Monthly scores will be determined by points earned in the educational activities. Educational activities refer to Learning Games and Skill & Drill found in the Worlds and Safe Routes to School.

The monthly contest prizes will be determined by CCK. The twenty-four (24) top scorers in each grade (K-8) for each month will win one of the following monthly prizes as determined by CCK: 

  • Gym Shoes
  • Backpacks
  • Headphones
  • Hoodies 

Any contestant can win only once during the September 2020–December 2020 contest period and once during the January 2021–April 2021 contest period. A contestant may only win the same type of monthly prize (i.e., backpack, gym shoes, headphones, or hoodie) once per school year (September 2020–April 2021). 

All points earned in the month of August 2020 will be combined with the points earned in September 2020.

Registered PreK students’ points will not be accumulated for winning monthly prizes for themselves.    

Monthly Summer Prizes for Individual Students in Grades K-8 (June–July 2021)          

Monthly summer contests will be held during the months of June 2021 and July 2021. Each month, a backpack will be awarded to each of the twenty-four (24) kids in each grade (K-8) with the highest scores earned during that month in educational activities. Educational activities refer to Learning Games and Skill & Drill found in the Worlds and Safe Routes to School. No kid can win more than one backpack during these two months.  

Registered PreK students’ points will not be accumulated for winning monthly summer prizes for themselves.

Monthly Prizes for Schools with Students in Grades K-8 

Every month, beginning the month of September 2020, and continuing through the month of April 2021, schools having a minimum student population of no less than seventy-five (75) students and having at least ten (10) students in grades K-8 actively participating during that month, will be eligible to win a $500 monthly prize through the Clever Crazes for Kids® website competition. Educational activities refer to the Learning Games and Skill & Drill found in the Worlds and Safe Routes to School. The monthly winner will be determined based on a formula that combines the following:

(a) being one of the top five (5) schools with the highest average students’ scores on the website during that month,

(b) the total scores recorded for the school’s students for that month, and

(c) the number of the school’s students participating on the website during that month.

No school can win both a $500 and a $100 prize in the same month, and no school can win the same prize more than once during any two consecutive calendar months. (See “Schools & After-School Programs Playing as a Classroom or Group,” below, for more details on $100 prizes.) In the event of a tie, the prize will be split evenly between those schools with the tied scores.

Monthly Prizes for After-School Programs with Students in Grades K-8 

Every month, beginning the month of September 2020, and continuing through the month April 2021, Clever Crazes for Kids® will award one (1) $500 prize to an after-school program. The $500 prize will be awarded to a registered after-school program having at least ten (10) kids actively participating in educational activities during that month. The monthly winner will be determined based on a formula that combines the following:

(a) being one of the top five (5) after-school programs with the highest average students’ scores on the website during that month,

(b) the total scores recorded for the after-school program’s students for that month, and

(c) the number of the after-school program’s students participating on the website during that month.

Educational activities refer to the Learning Games and Skill & Drill found in the Worlds and Safe Routes to School. No after-school program can win both a $500 and a $100 prize in the same month, and no program can win the same prize more than once during any two consecutive calendar months. (See “Schools & After-School Programs Playing as a Classroom or Group,” above, for more details on $100 prizes.) In the event of a tie, the prize will be split evenly between those after-school programs with the tied scores.

Monthly Prizes for Schools & After-School Programs with Students in Grades K-8 Playing as a Classroom or Group 

Every month, beginning the month of September 2020, and continuing through the month ending April 2021, Clever Crazes for Kids® will award one (1) $100 prize to the registered school or after-school program playing as a classroom or group in the educational activities with the highest total score recorded for that month’s contest period. Educational activities refer to the Learning Games and Skill & Drill found in the Worlds and Safe Routes to School. The school classroom or after-school program group must have a minimum of ten (10) kids in the classroom/group registered to participate in CleverCrazes.com. No school classroom or after-school program can win both a $500 and a $100 prize in the same month, and no school or after-school program can win the same prize more than once during any two consecutive calendar months. (See the “Schools” or “After-School Programs” sections for more details on $500 prizes.) In the event of a tie, the prize will be split evenly between those school classroom groups and after-school program groups with the tied scores.

Monthly Prizes for Home-School Programs with Students in Grades K-8

Every month, beginning the month of September 2020, and continuing through the month ending April 2021, home-school programs having a minimum of two (2) students actively participating in educational activities will be eligible to win a $200 monthly prize through a random drawing. Educational activities refer to the Learning Games and Skill & Drill found in the Worlds and Safe Routes to School. Each qualifying site will have one entry in the monthly drawing. No home-school program can win more than once during any two consecutive calendar months.  

Registered PreK students’ points will not be accumulated for winning monthly prizes for themselves or for their schools, after-school programs, or home-school programs.

PRIZE NOTIFICATION         

CleverCrazes.com is a TRUSTe-certified, child-safe website (see Privacy Policy). This means that we collect no personal information regarding kids, except first names, last name initials, and grades. Therefore, since our only contact information is through the adults who registered the kids, all prizes to the winning kids will be forwarded to the adults who registered them, and the adults will be responsible for giving the prizes to the winning kids. Adults who registered the winning kids will be notified of the prizes via email.

We have made every effort through the contest registration process to ensure that we have been given a valid email address for the adult who registered the kid. All prizes and awards will only be distributed to registrants with valid email addresses.

Individual Student Prize Notification 

The adults who registered the winning kids will be notified via email of their kids’ winnings.

School Prize Notification (Including School Playing as Classrooms) 

The principal and/or the teacher who registered the school or school classroom will be notified of its winning status via email.

After-School Program Prize Notification (Including After-School Programs Playing as Groups) 

Adults who registered the winning after-school program will be notified of the prize via email. 

Home-School Program Prize Notification 

The home-school program educator who registered the home-school program will be notified of its winning status via email.

PRIZE REDEMPTION        

WEEKLY PRIZE REDEMPTION

Individual Student Prize Redemption 

The registering adult will be required to respond via email within fourteen (14) days of notification and to verify the child’s first name, last name initial, grade, adult’s complete mailing address, and adult’s daytime phone number. Gift cards will be mailed within two (2) weeks of receipt of the adults’ responses to the notifications of the kids’ winnings.

MONTHLY PRIZE REDEMPTION

Monthly Individual Student Prize Redemption (September 2020–April 2021) 

The registering adult will be required to respond via email within fourteen (14) days of notification with: verification of the kids’ first name, last name initial, and grade; verification of the adult’s mailing address and daytime phone number; and, when applicable, size(s) (i.e., numeric and child/youth/adult) and type(s) (i.e., girls’/boys’/men’s/women’s) desired. All information must be accurate, as there are no exchanges, returns, or cash redemptions. (For this reason, you may want to consider “sizing up” for hoodies or gym shoes.)  

Prizes will be shipped within two (2) to eight (8) weeks of receipt of the adults’ responses to the notifications of the kids’ winnings. For the monthly contest period ending April 30, 2021, the adults who registered the winning kids must respond within seven (7) days of notification of winning in order to claim the kids’ prizes.

Monthly Individual Student Summer Prize Redemption (June–July 2021)  

The registering adult will be required to respond via email within seven (7) days of notification and to verify the child’s first name, last name initial, grade, adult’s complete mailing address, and adult’s daytime phone number. Backpacks will be mailed within one (1) week of receipt of the adults’ responses to the notifications of the kids’ winnings.

Monthly School and Classroom Prize Redemption 

Winning schools and classrooms, playing as individuals and/or classrooms, will be notified by email and may be required to complete and return an IRS Form W-9 and a Publicity Release within fourteen (14) days of the date specified on the notice. If the IRS Form W-9 and Publicity Release are not returned as requested, disqualification may result and the prize may be awarded to an alternate winner. No substitution of the Publicity Release is permitted.

Each prize is nonassignable and nontransferable. Any taxes or other incidental expenses related to each prize not specified herein are the sole responsibility of the winning schools. 

ALL SCHOOL PRIZES WILL BE AWARDED TO THE WINNING QUALIFYING SCHOOLS. THE AWARD WILL BE MADE PAYABLE TO THE WINNING SCHOOL. SCHOOLS WILL NEED TO FOLLOW THEIR DISTRICTS’ POLICIES AND PROCEDURES REGARDING THEIR TREASURERS’ DISTRIBUTION OF FUNDS.

Monthly After-School Program and Group Prize Redemption

Winning after-school programs, playing as individuals and/or groups, will be notified by email and may be required to complete and return a Qualifying Entity Compliance form, an IRS Form W-9, and a Publicity Release (“Compliance/IRS W-9/Release”) within fourteen (14) days of the date specified on the notice. If the Compliance/IRS W-9/Release forms are not returned as requested, disqualification may result, and the prize may be awarded to an alternate winner. No substitution for the Compliance form or Publicity Release is permitted.

Each prize is nonassignable and nontransferable. Any taxes or other incidental expenses related to each prize not specified herein are the sole responsibility of the winning organization. 

EACH PRIZE FOR AN AFTER-SCHOOL PROGRAM GROUP (PLAYING AS INDIVIDUALS AND/OR GROUPS) WILL BE AWARDED TO THE ORGANIZATION TO BE USED EXCLUSIVELY FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE WINNING PROGRAM AT THE REGISTERED SITE. 

Monthly Home-School Program Prize Redemption 

The home-school program educator who registered the home-school program will be notified of its winning status via email and will be required to complete and return a Qualifying Home-School Program Compliance form in addition to an IRS Form W-9 within fourteen (14) days of the date specified on the notice. If the requested information is not returned within the specified time period, the prize may be awarded to an alternate winner. No substitutions for the IRS Form W-9 or the Compliance form are permitted. Only one adult per home-school program household may receive payment of any prize(s) won by that home-school program during a calendar year.

Each prize is nonassignable and nontransferable. Any taxes or other incidental expenses related to each prize not specified herein are the sole responsibility of the winning home-school program.

GENERAL

Registration constitutes the certification by the parent, guardian, teacher, after-school program coordinator, or home-school program educator that the student being registered for the Contest satisfies the eligibility requirements for participation. Acceptance of a prize by a qualifying school or program constitutes permission to use the school’s or program’s name, prize won, location, and likeness for online posting and promotional purposes without further compensation, except where prohibited by law.

Registrants agree to these Official Contest Rules and the decisions of the Building Healthy Lives Foundation (the “Sponsor”). Registrants also agree to release the Sponsor and all other businesses involved in this Contest, as well as the employees, officers, directors, and agents of each, from all claims and liability relating to their participation. Winning schools, home-school programs, and after-school programs assume all liability for any injury or damage caused or claimed to be caused by their participation in these Contests or receipt or use of the prizes. Sponsor is not responsible for any typographical or other error in the printing of the offer, administration of the Contests, or announcement of the prizes. Sponsor reserves the right to modify the Contests and the rules of the Contests in any way or at any time. Sponsor reserves the right, in its sole discretion, to cancel or suspend the Contests for any reason, including, but not limited to, if computer viruses, computer bugs, or other causes beyond the Sponsor’s control corrupt the administration, security, or proper play of the Contests. Sponsor is not responsible for computer equipment failures or for transmission problems in the event an online entry is not received, points are not scored, or there is damage to an entrant’s equipment due to participation in the Contests.

The Contests shall be governed by the laws of the State of Ohio. By participating in these Contests, registrants agree that any dispute or controversy arising from, or relating to, these Contests shall be resolved in a federal or state court located in Cincinnati, Ohio, and registrants waive any objection they have or may have to this venue and irrevocably submit to the jurisdiction of such courts.

OWNERSHIP

All contents of the Contests are the sole property of the Sponsor. The contents may not be copied, distributed, or transmitted in any way without the prior written consent of the Sponsor. The content may not be modified in any way, and any copyright or trademark notice may not be deleted.

PRIVACY POLICY

Information provided by you to participate in these Contests is subject to the Sponsor’s Privacy Policy.

SPONSOR

Clever Crazes for Kids, c/o Building Healthy Lives Foundation, 625 Eden Park Drive, Suite 200, Cincinnati, Ohio 45202