Tweet YOUR American Dream in 6 words — and Win a Prize!

by Wendy Soon on February 20, 2014

American Dream

James Truslow Adams said in 1931, that “life should be better and richer and fuller for everyone, with opportunity for each according to ability or achievement” regardless of social class or circumstances of birth. That, is the great American Dream. But, that is the general consensus of the American Dream. What does American Dream mean to YOU? What is your personal definition of the American Dream?

Share with us in 6 words “What is the American Dream to YOU”? Remember, American dream in 6 words, no more and no less. And you can win amazing prizes. We’ll be announcing winners on the day of our next meetup on 21st Feb!

How to Submit

Think hard and Thing long, get creative or get real! Make a statement or just have fun. Submit your great idea, Write a tweet with the six words on American dream, and include#AmericanDream #Igniter6Word @Vorkspace

Tweet

Examples:

  • Think Big to reach your dream  #AmericanDream #Igniter6word @Vorkspace
  • America where my startup will launch #AmericanDream #Igniter6word @Vorkspace
  • American Dream, sky is the limit #AmericanDream #Igniter6word @Vorkspace

Start Tweeting now! And remember, share your tweets and get as many of your friends to retweet them as possible, to increase your chances to win! No limits to the number of entries submitted per person. Contest ends 21st Feb 2014 (Friday), 7pm PST.Winners will be announced at our next meetup.

(winners must be present at the meetup to redeem prizes).

Prizes

A total of 3 winners with the best ideas will be selected based on the number of “retweets” and “favorites” of your idea, as well as our internal panel of judges. Winners will receive the following attractive prizes:

  1. Mrs. Moskowitz’s Munchies Gift bag.
  2. Free consultation with Sweta Khandelwal

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