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Win 10 Years Of Music Teacher’s Helper Free!

Music Teacher’s Helper turns 10 years old this year. You can read more about our company’s journey in this blog post. Over the next two weeks you can win some great giveaways with two different contests.

The Giveaways 
For each contest, three users will win one of the following:

  • 10 Years of Music Teacher’s Helper Free! (that’s not a typo)
  • 10 Quarters Free!
  • 10 Months Free!

Contest 1 – Donate to a music classroom project 
Participate in a great cause! Donate any amount to a project on our DonorsChoose.org Giving Page and receive two entries to be randomly selected for one of the above giveaways. Donate with the name or studio associated with your Music Teacher’s Helper account so we can identify you if you win.

Share our giving page using the grey share button on the top right corner of that page or by creating a Facebook Post or Tweet including this link: www.DonorsChoose.org/MTH and receive one entry to win one of the above giveaways. Either way, make sure to add our account handles in your post so we can see that you shared:

Facebook: @musicteachershelper
Twitter: @musicteachers

And yes, you can donate and share to increase your number of entries!

Contest 2 – Share a personal story about Music Teacher’s Helper
Publish a new blog post on your personal blog or studio blog telling a story of a time when Music Teacher’s Helper saved you stress, time, or money. Or write about what you really like about our community and software. Submit the published link to andrew@musicteachershelper.com and the three favorite stories will be selected to win the above giveaways.

Both contests run now through October 15th. You are welcome to participate in either contest or both.

Not a current user but want to participate? Signup for a free trial before October 15th to be eligible. Winners for both contests will be contacted on October 20th.

If you have any questions, please email andrew@musicteachershelper.com. Good luck!

About the Author

Andrew
Andrew is currently the Marketing Director for Music Teacher's Helper. He lives in San Diego, CA.

5 Comments

  1. Jean

    Great contest!