Lose 4 Autism: Build a ‘Loosie’ Snowman and you can Win a Family Snow Tubing Trip

Lose4Autism Mascot-01[Submitted by Lose 4 Autism] Have you seen “Loosie” the Lose4autism mascot? Well how can you miss him? In light of the growing number of parents struggling with EBCS aka extremely bored children syndrome,

Lose4autism announces a special kids only competition.Tomorrow Tuesday January 27th 2015 Lose4autism is running a ONE day build your own Loosie snowman competition.

Be the Lucky Winner of a Family Snow Tubing Trip.

How it works:

Go to one of our 4 pickup locations.

tubingYeshiva Neighborhood:

510 2nd street


11 Maplewood Terrace

Spruce st:

175 Spruce St.


1011 Hearthstone Drive

Pickup your “Loosie” gear- “Loosie” baseball cap and a “Loosie” T shirt. Only 1 set per family. Supplies are limited based on first come first served per location.

Build your own Snowman to resemble Loosie’s Unique figure the Snowman that resembles Loosie the most will be the Winner.

Extra points will be given for peyos, radio, cellphone, extra large key ring and look alike shoes.

Send your pictures (and video) of your Loosie snowman to [email protected] or mail to Imrei Binah 1400 Pine st Lakewood NJ 08701.

Must be postmarked by Friday Jan. 30th. 2015. Winner will be announced Thursday Feb. 5th 2015.

maximum $200 Value

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  1. Askin: article states :”Lose4autism announces a special kids only competition” If they were referring to all a special competition for kids there should have been a comma in between the words special and kids. They are an organization for special children after all.

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