Entrants Across North America Asked to Describe How Normal Has Gotten Them Nowhere
TORONTO, June 29, 2011 /PRNewswire/ Kobo, a global leader in eReading with more than 4 million users worldwide, today announced the launch of a new essay contest in which the winner will enjoy a private power lunch with television personality and New York Times bestselling author Kelly Cutrone.
Today through July 8, 2011, Cutrone fans can visit http://facebook.com/kobo and write a short essay answer to the question: How has normal has gotten you nowhere and how are you ready to make new moves?
Open to residents of the continental United States and Canada (excluding Quebec), the winning essay will be chosen by Cutrone. The winner will be flown to Toronto to power lunch with the author. Cutrone will share her unique brand of no-nonsense wisdom to help the winner move forward in his or her life.
Kelly was recently in Toronto and expressed her love of Kobo as well as her desire to work with us in a way which would be truly meaningful for her fans. Kelly loves Canada and was keen to partner with Kobo on this content, said Liz Ridout, vice president of marketing at Kobo.
Toronto stole my heart. Anytime I can come to Toronto to see my friends and fans is a good day! said Cutrone.
Cutrone has been a force in the fashion industry for more than 25 years. She quickly moved from industry icon to media maverick, originally appearing on MTVs hit shows The Hills and The City. She executive produced and appeared on the Bravo series Kell on Earth and is a special contributor on the syndicated Dr. Phil show. Cutrone has penned two books: national and New York Times bestseller If You Have to Cry, Go Outside: And Other Things Your Mother Never Told You and Normal Gets You Nowhere, released in May 2011 by HarperOne, an imprint of HarperCollins.
To enter the contest, visit http://facebook.com/kobo. Deadline for entry is July 8, 2011. No purchase is necessary to compete in this contest. The winning entry will be made available on Kobos Facebook page after being selected.