Friday, November 28, 2008

Build A Bear Wii Giveaway

Oh here is something fun for us all this holiday season! Thanks to the Family Review network and The Game Factory, you can help raise money for the Ronald McDonald House Charities, a charity I have always loved since my days of taking orders in "the hole" at my hometown's Mickey D's.

How can you get involved? It's a win-win for everyone; you win on ebay by bidding on celebrity built Build A Bear Workshop bears and autographed copies of Build A Bear Wii games-your kids (young and old!) are going to love it.

The one of a kind bears were built by celebrities like Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott (yes, I was a 90210 fan; I LOVE Tori), the Jonas Brothers, James Gandolfini (whom my husband loves, Melissa Joan Hart, Bonnie Hunt, Mitchel Musso, Meaghan Jette Martin and others!

You guys get to score really cool gear and games made and autographed by celebrities while also sharing in the gift of giving to our most vulnerable, yet most important, of citizens: our children.

And you know what is even better? The Game Factory has a Build A Bear Wii game for me to give to one of my readers!! Whoo hoo!!! Here is some more about the new Wii game you could win:

An interactive family-friendly experience, Build-A-Bear Workshop® A Friend Fur All Seasons allows families to share the interactive Build-A-Bear Workshop® experience using the Nintendo Wii™ system. Originally made for Nintendo DS, Build-A-Bear Workshop® entertainment experience allows up to four players to name, groom, feed and dress their bear using the revolutionary Wii™ remote. The game allows players to join their customized bear on adventures to explore islands, meet inhabitants and help furry friends.

Build-A-Bear Workshop® A Friend Fur All Seasons allows full interaction between the player and her/his furry friend in a variety of 20 fun mini-games, from throwing Frisbees to ice-skating. Four islands season-themed wait to be explored and six treasure spots hold magical chests! Developed for children and families, Build-A-Bear Workshop® packs fun for the whole family and allows players to take full advantage of the unique features of the Nintendo Wii™ game system.

Build A Bear Workshop® A Friend Fur All Seasons information:
*Rated E for Everyone

*1-4 players

*retail price of $39.99

*Available now online and at retailers nationwide like Target, Wal-Mart, Amazon.com and others.

*Explore the four season-themed islands in the Adventure mode and play lots of fun mini games in the Playground mode

*Enhanced interactive experience with 20 fun mini-games, including ice skating, build a snowman, a croquet party, a cool ride on a ladybug, throwing a Frisbee, and jumping on a jump stick. Some mini games even include surprises!

*Fun for the whole family in single or multiplayer party games with up to four players.

*Discover six secret treasure spots hidden around the islands and dig up a magic chest with a hidden surprise just for each player.

*Collect bear medals, rewards and exciting items to use in players very own Build-A-Bear Workshop® experience. Choose from more than 80 items available for your furry friend!

*Natural and innovative game play takes full advantage of the unique features of the revolutionary Nintendo Wii™.

Doesn't that sound like a fun game to play with your children? I wish I could win!! If you want to win, leave a comment here or on my main blog page: Coordinated Chaos to win your own copy of the game. To make it fun, let me know if you ever worked at McDonald's or not in your comment. I worked for the golden arches from the age of 15 to 19 and had a BLAST while saving money for college.

Be sure to go check out the Ebay Auction to get involved and help out children this Christmas. And if you don't have the money to bid on anything, don't worry, simply leave a comment to enter my giveaway for a copy of Build-A-Bear Workshop® A Friend Fur All Seasons!


9 comments:

Kathy said...

Oh I would love to win!! My kids love wii. I also have some fond memories of my McDonald's day, though I do think my favorite was the day I got to quit...LOL! Thanks for the giveaway!! email: kathystar@gmail.com

Sybil said...

okay, I swear I posted a comment last night, not sure what happened!

Anyways, no, I never worked at McD's. I was a vegetarian through high school so that probably would have been a little weird :)

What a great giveaway! My 4 yo LOVES BaB and is getting so much in to our Wii, this would be the perfect game for her.

Thanks!!!

Sybil @ www.bubbiegirl.blogspot.com

Nicole said...

I'm with Sybil. I swear I posted a comment already. Sorry if it's a duplicate!

Started working for my parents doing accounting at their construction company before I was even old enough to be on the books... never worked for anyone else until after I got married... and it wasn't McD's.

Nicole said...

(grrrr. Forgot my email! Please delete my other comment.)

ia2ca.brady at gmail.com

I'm with Sybil. I swear I posted a comment already. Sorry if it's a duplicate!

Started working for my parents doing accounting at their construction company before I was even old enough to be on the books... never worked for anyone else until after I got married... and it wasn't McD's.

walters123 said...

I would love to win this for my daughters. Then we can all play together.

walters123 (at) hotmail (dot) com

Margot said...

I've never worked at McDonalds but I have worked in a concession stand.
shelterednotshattered@yahoo.com

kerri69 said...

I never have worked at mcdonalds but i did work for youre rival buger king and yes it was one of the funnest jobs i had
kerrisixtynine at gmaildotcom

noreen said...

I never worked at McDs but I did works at a black angus

janetfaye said...

I have never worked McDonald's.

I would love to win this for my grandson.

Thank you!

janetfaye (at) gmail (dot) com