Procter and Gamble/ Costco Prize Pack Review-Giveaway

One of my favorite family activities this summer has been watching the Olympics. Every night after we finish dinner, I turn on the Olympics for the family and we enjoy watching the enthusiasm routing for our fellow US team. A lot of times when we are watching, Hayley turns to me and asks if one day she could be an Olympian. My answer to her is, “You can do whatever you set your mind out to do.” Sure, this might not land her in the Olympics but it gives her the confidence to set out to achieve whatever goals she has in life. Procter and Gamble is also supporting the important roles of moms have in helping their children reach their full potential.

As the Proud Sponsor of Moms for London 2012 Olympic Games, Procter and Gamble is celebrating moms around the world and saying, “Thank you, Mom.” You can check out their fabulous website from Procter and Gamble to let moms know how grateful the athletes are for their support from their own moms, as well as the importance of moms helping to support their little athletes in their lives.

Procter and Gamble is inviting all of us to celebrate and send off three-time Olympian and World Champions Water Polo Player Brenda Villa, as she and her mom, Rosario, head off to the London 2012 Olympic Games. To help with her send off, Procter and Gamble is hosting a celebrating at Costco in her hometown of Montebello, CA.

As Brenda began to excel at water polo, her mom, a Mexican immigrant, encourages her to pursue her goals and dreams in a completely unfamiliar sport. You can check out Brenda’s journey and see her awe inspiring story.


When raising children, especially athletes, Rosario gives this advise to moms “Encourage them, support them and allow them to follow their dreams. Make sure you give them the confidence to follow their own values and beliefs and stay true to themselves.” I don’t Rosario could have said it better and I plan to use her advise with raising my children with what they want to do in life.

Win it: Procter and Gamble, along with Costco, is giving one of my readers this fantastic prize pack.


  • Olay Regenerist Advanced Anti-Aging Micro-Sculpting Cream
  • Venus Spa Breeze 2 in 1 Razor Plus Shave Gel Bars (White Tea Scent)
  • Secret Clinical Strength Advanced Solid (Light and Fresh Scent)
  • Gillette Comfort Advance Sensitive Skin Shave Gel
  • Swiffer Sweeper Dry Sweeping Refills (16 count)
  • Bounty Paper Towel Roll
  • Fekkai Technician sample packs:
    • Fekkai Technician Color Care Shampoo
    • Fekkai Technician Color Care 3-Minute Mask


This giveaway is run via rafflecopter so click continue reading to see the actual giveaway. The only mandatory entry is to tell me which Olympic sport is your favorite in the comment section proceeding this post. Please also remember to fill out the rafflecopter since the winner is chosen directly from there. While the other entries are optional, I highly suggest you fill them out to increase your chances of winning. US only. Good luck!

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*Thank you to Procter and Gamble, along with Costco for supporting Brenda’s journey and providing me, along with one of my readers, this prize pack. As always, all my opinions are my own and not swayed by outside sources.

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  1. Christy Maurer says

    I like watching the diving. I’m not sure if it’s my fave…I have lots of those :)

  2. Zanita says

    Its a toss up between volleyball and gymnastics, I can’t decide which one of the 2 are my favorite.

  3. Amber Cristofaro says

    It used to be gymnastics but I getting more interested in the Track events. Especially the short track events like the 100M.

  4. Diane Daigle says

    I loved the Women’s beach volleyball. Probably because it is hard not to to cheer misty May and her teammate on.

  5. says

    I usually mainly watch the gymnastics and swimming, but this year, I really got into the track events (and stories behind them), and the basketball. We have so many amazing athletes!

  6. Rebecca Simons says

    I love gymnastics; swimming is great too! As far as winter sports, I’m a figure skating fan!

  7. Beth S. says

    I think the one that’s most fun to watch – and that they don’t air much of – is trampoline.

  8. krista grandstaff says

    I can’t say that I have ever followed it before, but Water Polo this year had me watching non-stop! Well, that and volleyball :)

  9. Jennifer R says

    We love archery because we have an interest in that sport ourselves.
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  10. Gaines Simmons says

    Hello, how are you? Thank you for this opportunity. I like the four hundred meter sprints.