Lifelong Fan Signs Contract With WWE

Lifelong Fan Signs Contract With WWE

Last Monday like we do every Monday  I sat with my 8 year old son Nicholas and we watched Monday Night Raw. Earlier in the week I had watched a video on Triple H’s Facebook page showing a very special young man named Elijah Mainville receiving a Money In The Bank briefcase. from The briefcase contained a real life WWE CONTRACT, just like the one Seth Rollins carried into WrestleMania 31.

Elijah Mainville is an 8 year old Lifelong WWE Fan. Elijah who is battling Neuroblastomia since the age of 3 has been receiving treatment for the past 5 years. In April of this past year Elijah and his family were told his cancer was in remission to only learn in July that it had returned.

Elijah like many kids has a dream of growing up and becoming a wrestle, I can only imagine his compassion as I have a son the same age with the same dream. This past spring while WWE launched auditions for their new reality show Tough Enough, Elijah decided to make an audition video and his mom posted it to You Tube.

The Authority, which consists of Triple H and Stephanie McMahon saw Elijah’s video and in true WWE fashion decided to make this little boys dream come true. After Monday Night Raw went off the air last week an arena full of the WWE Universe looked on as this Lifelong Fan signed his WWE Contract!

Since Elijah’s favorite wrestlers are The Undertaker and StarDust it would only be right that StarDust be present and welcome Elijah or as he will be known to the WWE Universe Drax Shadow to the WWE family.

Drax Shadow Contract Signing

Drax Shadow Contract Signing

As a parent I thank god everyday for the gift of motherhood and I can only imagine what The Mainville Family has gone through these past 5 years. As a #WWEMom I can Thank WWE for what they stand for and once again showing that their are businesses that truly care.

Speeding Through Summer with Razor

Speeding Through Summer with Razor

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While the lazy days of summer are upon we enjoy doing all we can outdoors, yet my son has started his holiday gift list as he gets older the list gets longer and the gifts much bigger but more practical. Items added recently include more outdoor toys for next year.

With new technologies Razor USA is a leader in the industry and our house. Razor features all new designs, tires and a few special features suck as the Spark Bar and in the wheel hub motor. There is sure to be one for everyone in your family.

Dedicated to providing children of all ages with fun, freedom and speed. Razor is featuring products that include:

The GFD Fury which offers high flying speeds and is recommended for children 8+ and has a suggested retail price of $369.00. What sets the Drifter apart is the details , with a Go Kart style it affords superb handling and drifting and the one of a kind Spark Bar will leave everyone behind in a shower of sparks.

GFD Fury

GFD Fury

 The Delta Wing is a favorite in our house recommended for children 6+ and a suggested retail price of $99.00. The Razor’s 3 wheeled offering will make a statement on the streets. Uniquely designed featuring a large pneumatic front tire that coupled with the low angle rear wheels, allows for a self propelling side to side movement.
Delta Wing

Delta Wing

Looking for something for younger children don’t fret Lil’ Crazy and the Mini Mod priced between $69.99- $99.99 both recommended for children 3 and up offers kids a chance to join in the fun only with simplified controls and smooth electric rides. Both of these provide your child with a chance to explore the Razor family.
Mini Mod available in a variety of colors

Mini Mod available in a variety of colors

Lil Crazy Hours of Fun for Your LIl Crazy

Lil Crazy Hours of Fun for Your LIl Crazy

Razor was founded in 2000 and and is a brand that embodies the spirit of fun and freedom.
**Disclosure** I have not been compensated for this post. I had the pleasure of meeting Razor at BBNYC 2015 and was intrigued by their products.

DoSomething.org and WWE Take On Bullying For Second Straight Year

DoSomething.org and WWE Take On Bullying For Second Straight Year

For the Second Straight Year WWE has partnered with DoSomething.org to take on Bullying. After blogging about this program last year, my son was proud to do many projects for school on anti-bullying.

Nicholas promoting Anti-Bullying at School

Nicholas promoting Anti-Bullying at School

DoSomething.org is one of the largest global organizations for young people and social change, and global entertainment company WWE and its Be a STAR anti-bullying initiative, are teaming up for The Bully Text: Superstar Edition. The campaign, now in its second year, gets young people to take action around bullying by playing an SMS text message game.

 

From August 3rd until Monday, August 31, young people can virtually work their way through six levels of scenarios with guidance from WWE Superstars and Divas, including Roman Reigns®, Dean Ambrose®, Paige®, Natalya® and Alicia Fox®. Then, each player is given options to stand up and speak out against bullying. For example, “You sit behind Roman. Someone in the back of the bus keeps throwing paper airplanes at him. Do you A) Play it cool- it’s not your fight or B) play Superman?” Along the way, players will see how their anti-bullying skills compare to others, and ultimately whether they’ve earned the WWE World Heavyweight Championship title in bullying prevention. Every player will also receive the chance to win a Be a STAR rally at his or her school or community center.

 

“WWE’s massive reach and stellar talent have helped us activate thousands of young people around anti-bullying,” said Naomi Hirabayashi, chief marketing officer at DoSomething.org. “We’re excited to rally WWE fans around this issue for year two to make it bigger and better than ever!”

 

“We are proud to once again partner with DoSomething.org and provide thousands with resources to help put an end to bullying in their communities,” said Stephanie McMahon, WWE Chief Brand Officer. “Utilizing our global assets and larger than life WWE Superstars and Divas, we are confident that this campaign will help educate young people on the dangers of bullying and encourage them to stand up for themselves and others.”

 

In 2014, nearly 100,000 young people played the Bully Text game. To play Bully Text this year, text BULLY to 38383 or visit DoSomething.org/bully*.

**Disclosure** I am part of the #WWEMoms ambassador program. My son is a HUGE WWE fan and as a parent I love what many of these superstars stand for an that they show the importance of giving back when you are BEing a Star!