Super Bowl Pool!

February 2nd, 2011 by Collin Canright | Filed under Personal.

Help Support My Graduate School

You may be snowed in, and the Bears may not be in the game, but the game does go on. So does the Wright Foundation for Transformational Leadership’s 2nd Annual Super Bowl Squares Fundraiser.  As you may know, I have been developing myself as a leader by studying human potential at the Wright Graduate Institute, which is supported by the Foundation.

Proceeds from the pool fund education loans, scholarships, graduate research, and symposia to support the development of human performance technology, philosophy, and methodology. They also support the Transformational Leadership Award. This year’s award recipient is Nobel Award winner and originator of micro credit, Dr. Muhammad Yunus.

I’d appreciate your support by buying a $100 square. Details are below.

Contact me by email at collin@collincanright.com or at 773 426-7000.

Collin

WHAT’S IN IT FOR YOU:

  • A $100 square gets you a chance to WIN BIG if your square wins!
  • YOU WIN $2,500 if the score at the end of the game matches with your square.
  • YOU WIN $1,250 if the score at the end of halftime matches with your square.
  • YOU WIN $625 if the score at the end of quarters 1 and 3 matches with your square.
  • YOU get to feel good about supporting a good cause.

HOW TO PLAY:

  • Purchase a square or squares to split with your co-workers, family and friends.
  • Sit back. Relax. Enjoy the game! The rest of the work will be done for you.
  • Watch the score at the end of each quarter to see if you are a winner!

HOW IT WORKS:

Once you purchase a square your name will be added to a 10 X 10 square grid.  Once the
squares are filled numbers from 0-9 will be randomly drawn for the NFC and AFC teams
participating in the super bowl.  Completed squares will be emailed out to participants.

Watch the game, or not, you don’t need to be present to win.  At the end of each quarter match the last digit of each team’s score with the grid to see if you’ve won!

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