In honor of back to school season, we’re kicking things off with a Back to School Giveaway! We are thrilled to be partnering with Western New York teacher, Hailey Glynn (@growing_with_glynn on Instagram), to grant one lucky winner the chance to win a back to school classroom bundle, including a Cricut Explore Air™ 2, Mint + Everything Bundle, a $50 Target.com GiftCard*, and a signed copy of Hailey’s book, “When Verona the Corona Came to Town.”
- Visit @plsclasses or @growing_with_glynn Instagram page.
- Follow the instructions in the caption in the Back 2 School Giveaway post in our feeds.
- Cross your fingers!
One winner will be randomly selected on Friday, August 26th at 12 pm EST.
The prize pack will contain:**
- Cricut Explore Air™ 2, Mint + Everything Bundle
- $50 Target.com GiftCard*
- Signed copy of Hailey Glynn’s book, “When Verona the Corona Came to Town”
**All products included in the prize packs are subject to availability and/or substitution.
Head to our Instagram feed for a chance to win!
This giveaway is not sponsored, endorsed, or associated with Instagram in any way.
*Rules and eligibility apply.
Rules & Eligibility:
To be eligible for the Back to School Giveaway, you must be following both @plsclasses and @growing_with_glynn on Instagram, like the giveaway post, and tag at least one friend in the comments during Monday, August 22, 2022 through Friday, August 26, 2022 at 11:59 am EST. One winner will be randomly selected to receive the Cricut Explore Air™ 2, Mint + Everything Bundle, a $50 Target.com GiftCard*, and a signed copy of Hailey Glynn’s book, “When Verona the Corona Came to Town.” Employees of PLS 3rd Learning are exempt from this giveaway.
*Target GiftCards are solely for use at Target stores and on Target.com. Target GiftCards cannot be used to purchase any prepaid or specialty gift cards. If someone claims that you should pay them in Target GiftCards, please report it at ftccomplaintassistant.gov.
Please be aware that each state and educational district has its own guidelines and rules. It is your responsibility to make sure that our classes legally fulfill your school’s requirements for Professional Certification.