Speech-language pathologists, educators and parents can compete to win $500. Tell why you love The Entire World of R, the most complete phonetically consistent treatment program or vocalic /r/ articulation disorders.
Online PR News – 12-October-2009 – – Tybee Island, GA- Oct 12, 2009. Publisher Say It Right announced the start of the “I Love The Entire World of R” Contest with a grand prize of $500 for the winning entry.
Entering is easy. Post a video or Blog entry on the web telling of your experience with The Entire World of R. All contestants must fill our an official entry form, which can be found along with contest rules at http://www.sayitright.org/contest.php" target="_blank" class="highlight_link">http://www.sayitright.org/contest.php.
“The 'I Love The Entire World of R' contest is open to all, but it’s mostly a way of rewarding our loyal customers,” says Christine Ristuccia, president of Say It Right. “Many people have had such positive experiences, we thought we’d come up with a fun way of sharing these stories.”
The Entire World of R is the original phonetically consistent evaluation and treatment program for /r/ articulation disorders (vocalic r). The program consists of integrated screening forms, workbooks, stories, flip books and software to specifically target vocalic /r/ deficiencies.
In addition to the $500 first place winner, prizes are awarded for second ($100) and third place ($50) as well. Winning entries must be a video or Blog posting on the Web. Judging for the winning entry is based on the submission that (1) most completely answers the question, (2) describes the impact that The Entire World of RÔ has had on your teaching or your kids, and (3) originality in your answer.
The contest ends Dec 31, 2009 and winners will be announced in January.
About Say It Right
Founded in 1999 and located on Tybee Island, GA, Say It Right™ publishes a range of speech-language and special education products including workbooks, reading books, games, and software. Say It Right™ is available on the web at www.sayitright.org.