We’ve got serious problems, folks. You see all these great prizes? We’re talking books and movies and computer software and shirts and hats and games. The bad news is that most of that stuff is going to go unclaimed. You read that right. It will all collect dust sitting here next to my computer. Why? Because I have less than a dozen entries in our Stick Science contest.
We have no advertising budget, folks. So, that means you need to spread the word. You need to put pencil to paper and draw something to submit.
I doubt that many kids stop by this blog. That’s why we have one and only one entry in the 12 and under category. The only way we’re going to get these cool prizes to some creative kids is if you help me get the word out about this.
One problem that we’ve had is that I’ve had to reject quite a few entries because they dealt with bashing religion rather than promoting science. That’s a no-no. Let’s keep this positive, folks.
One month remains before deadline. Don’t let our great judges (Phil Plait, Genie Scott, Carl Zimmer and Kate Miller) down. Let’s make it tough on them. Let’s flood them with fun, exciting, stick science creativity.
Spread the word!