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DenverRAP Mascot

DenverRAP Mascot


What it is:

DenverRAP has a new mascot and we need you to bring him/her to life. Help us give the mascot a personality by giving her/him a name and a story. The mascot will be the face of DenverRAP; a community organization that aims to empower youth living in Denver to make healthy decisions regarding alcohol and other drugs.


How to Enter:

To enter, go to: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/DenverRAPNameOurMascot and fill out the questions.  


How to win:

First and second prizes will be selected by the staff at DenverRAP and the DPS InSchool Prevention team. Third prize will be selected by a public vote on the DenverRAP Facebook page. The first 15 entries will receive a $10 iTunes gift card!


Rules and Eligibility:

  • Submissions can be either mailed or emailed.
  • They must be submitted/postmarked on or before March 1st 2017. Late entries will not be accepted.
  • Student must be a DPS student or resident of Denver 18 years of age or younger.
  • Only one entry per student


Please e-mail leah_raffa@dpsk12.org with any questions.

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