Does your child crave fun and adventure at every turn? Well, this is the competition for you!
Our friends at PATCH Strips are on the look out for Australia’s Most Fearless Kid with a huge prize pack worth over $2300 up for grabs. It’s a kid’s wish-list of awesome toys and gadgets including:
- Specialized Riprock bike
- Micro Scooters Bullet scooter
- Maverick pogo stick
- K2 Raider rollerblades
- Parrot Bebop drone
- GoPro Hero Session camera
- 8ft HyperJump Plus trampoline
- 5-year supply of Patch Strips
To be in the running, simply post a publicly visible pic to Instagram, Facebook or Twitter together with a caption and the hashtag #patchofhonour.
Comp closes Thursday December 14, 5pm AEDT – visit PATCH Strip’s webpage for full prize details and terms and conditions. Please remember, they’re looking for fearless kids, not reckless kids, so keep it safe, folks!
PATCH Strips are great for fearless kids and the scratches, scrapes or cuts they collect along the way. Whether they’ve got them skating or skipping, climbing or tripping, Patch Strips are made from organic bamboo fibre with the added natural goodness of activated charcoal, aloe vera and coconut oil, which is historically proved to soothe symptoms and wound recovery.
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