Worst Cooks in America, the primetime Food Network hit that turns kitchen zeroes into kitchen heroes, returns for a fourth season with a rematch between undefeated series champion Anne Burrell and culinary master Bobby Flay. Premiering on Sunday, February 17th at 9pm ET/PT, this season's fourteen cooking-challenged contestants are split into two teams, one led by Anne and one by Bobby, for a grueling seven-episode competition designed to turn them into competent cooks. A $25,000 grand prize will be awarded to the winning contestant who has achieved the most successful culinary transformation, along with a victory for their team leader.
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For one Grand Prize winner, the chance to discover a Decade of Kissimmee Memories with ten vacations to Central Florida’s premier vacation destination now awaits at www.decadeofmemories.com.
To enter the contest, eligible entrants are invited to write a story about how he or she would spend a decade of vacations in Kissimmee. Experience Kissimmee, the tourism marketing arm of Osceola County, Florida, will then select 25 semi-finalist entrants to bring their story to life with the destination’s Memory Maker Starter Kit containing a video camera and props from area attractions. Five finalist videos will be posted on Experience Kissimmee’s Facebook Page where the public will vote for their favorite entrant to win the Grand Prize – ten Kissimmee vacations with airfare, vacation villa accommodations at Westgate Resorts, and a rental car for the winner and up to five guests.
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Amway North America today announced Iris Nixon of Nanaimo, British Columbia, and Anna Page of Lenexa, Kansas, will lace it up with the pros for Kurt Warner’s “Ultimate Football Experience Presented by Amway’s NUTRILITE” in Phoenix, March 8-9, 2013.
As grand prize winners of the NUTRILITE® Ultimate Football Experience Sweepstakes, Nixon and Page will team with Warner and other gridiron greats for the celebrity flag football tournament. The annual event benefits Warner’s First Things First Foundation.
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X-treme Skating took over Mei Foo Skate park last weekend. The truely brave served it up rough and fresh with killer jumps, flips and bone crushing pavement hits as they competed in 4 different categories for top prize. Skateboarding is becoming a cult following in Hong Kong and SO-U.TV can't get enough.http://www.so-u.tv/playVideo.php?contestid=&id=4231
Relentless in his lifelong devotion to the elephants' survival, Save the Elephants founder Iain Douglas-Hamilton, Ph.D., has been named the 2010 recipient of the Indianapolis Prize, the world's leading award for animal conservation. In recognition for his lifetime achievements, Dr. Douglas-Hamilton will receive $100,000 and the Lilly Medal at a gala ceremony presented by Cummins Inc. on Sept. 25, 2010, at The Westin Hotel in Indianapolis.
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The X PRIZE Foundation, an educational nonprofit prize organization, and Progressive Insurance, the country’s fourth largest auto insurance group, today, at the Historical Society of Washington, D.C., awarded $10 million to three teams who successfully completed the rigorous Progressive Insurance Automotive X PRIZE. The winning teams—Edison2 of Lynchburg, Virginia; X-Tracer of Winterthur, Switzerland; and Li-ion Motors Corp. of Mooresville, North Carolina—emerged from an original field of 111 competing teams, representing 136 vehicle entries from around the world. The winning vehicles were showcased to an audience of auto industry, business and government leaders. Each of the winning teams was also presented with a towering bronze trophy designed by Harry Winston, Inc.
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Five weeks after accepting a prize delivery of one million Pop-Tarts® toaster pastries, Tyler Kozar, a student at The Art Institute of Pittsburgh, unveiled an over the top display of pop art made from Pop-Tarts®. Held in the gallery at The Art Institute of Pittsburgh, Kozar’s creations include an assortment of Pittsburgh inspired artwork and a mixture of pieces ranging from 3D exhibits to life-size sculptures, fun framed displays and even a larger-than-life, 14-foot tall Tyrannosaurus Rex, the school’s beloved mascot. Kozar’s answer to the question, “How would you share one million Pop-Tarts®?” won him the grand prize in the Pop-Tarts® Pop-it-Forward™ Contest, which culminated last December.
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