Nominate Your School for the FNF Team Moms Contest

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FNF Team Moms Contest

FNF Magazine has opened the nomination process for its third annual FNF Magazine Team Moms Contest. This year’s contest — sponsored by BUBBA burgers — will determine which two schools with each receive a cash donation ($1,000 or $500) to the program.

We all know how important the football mom is to the success of a football team. They are undoubtedly every program’s biggest fans.

So to acknowledge these important contributors, FNF Magazine has set out to determine the schools that boast the best collection of football team moms in our FNF states: Ohio, Florida, Georgia, Texas and the Carolinas. One large school (1,000-plus students) and one small school from our region that includes six FNF states will be selected, via online voting. This will only happen if fans in each community go online and vote – and then spread the word to your friends and family. After all, the winning large school will win a $1,000 donation, and the winning small school will win $500.

A group of finalists will be selected for the final online vote on Aug. 23. As of that date until the contest’s conclusion on Sept. 22, voters will be able to see current standings of finalists.

Only a single nomination is required for your school to be eligible. Multiple nominations do not improve your chances.

The winning schools will be notified by phone and once the prize is accepted, it will be posted on the website and shared via social media.

Official Prizes:

CASH PRIZE: A $1,000 donation will be made to the high school booster club of the large school on behalf of FNF and BUBBA burgers. A $500 donation will be made to the high school booster club of the small school.

FEATURE STORY: A photo of the team’s Team Moms and an article will appear in their respective edition of 2018 FNF magazine.

Visit the FNF Magazine Team Moms Contest page to nominate your school!




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