Write a Letter, Win a Week With K-Rob at Camp Woodward

Local kids and their families can win a week of fun at the BMX/skateboard camp in Pennsylvania.

Local children are invited to enter a contest to win a week at Camp Woodward with East Providence native and BMX legend Kevin Robinson (K-Rob).

During a week in June, Target will host a cabin full of campers at the BMX/skateboard mecca of summer camps in Woodward, Pennsylvania, according to a press release. K-Rob will be their guest counselor and all of the kids will have full access to ride in the parks, ramps and Target Plaza. They’ll also be able to enjoy a variety of Woodward activities, from the go-karts and swimming pool, to paintball and the ropes course.

To enter, kids can write a 300-word or less letter to K-Rob explaining why they deserve to go to Camp Woodward. The lucky winners will be announced at the taking place on May 20 in East Providence.  The festival is not only a draw for kids entering the contest – it offers fun activities for the whole family. Prize includes transportation from Rhode Island and a week at camp from June 10 to 16, 2012.

Send entry letters to the address below by May 1. Winners will be announced at the K-Rob Family Fun Festival on May 20. Prize includes transportation from Rhode Island and a week at camp from June 10 to 16, 2012. For more information click here.

Write letters to:

K-Rob Foundation
P.O. Box 415
Barrington, RI 02806

To qualify you must meet the following guidelines:

  • Children must be between the ages of 10-17.
  • Must qualify to win the contest based on the family income guidelines.  Posted here.
  • Children must submit a photo of them riding BMX or skateboarding along with their 300 word or less letter to Kevin about why they deserve to go to Camp Woodward.
  • Letters must be postmarked no later than May 1!
Robin Robinson March 29, 2012 at 12:22 PM
Please also send a photo of you riding your bike or skateboarding along with your letter submission! Thank you!


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