Enter to win a Dakim BrainFitness System

June 4, 2009 at 12:13 am

This is an unprecedented chance to win your father the gift of a lifetime. Literally.

Dad’s can live without a tie, a power tool or even a vacation. But they can’t live life to the fullest without an active and vibrant MIND. And that’s exactly what the Dakim BrainFitness System is all about. This Father’s Day, with the help of Marbles and Dakim BrainFitness, one caring son or daughter will win this state-of-the-art system for his or her Dad.

Just by telling Marbles and Dakim what makes your Dad special in 200 words or less, you might win the world’s most advanced brain fitness system for your Dad. Maybe it’s the way he can always make you laugh. The fact that he uncannily knows the answer to Final Jeopardy. Or the way he was always there to pick you up when you fell down. Literally and figuratively.

Dakim BrainFitness is the only brain fitness system with brain games specifically designed to be engaging and exciting to people who remember life before television! This makes daily brain “workouts” not only stimulating, but incredibly fun.

Enter the contest by clicking here. Enter by June 19, 2009.

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Hi, I'm Carol O'Dell. This blog will include stories and lessons I've learned while caring for my mom, and now as I speak to caregivers around the country. I hope to offer suggestions, ideas and insights that will help others.

While this blog is supported by Dakim Brain Fitness, I’m not blogging to promote the Dakim company or products. Instead, I’m writing about how caring and being cared for affects your life and your family. My hope is that this blog gives you a place to learn, reflect, gain new perspective to make it another day.

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