Flip out! The Kellogg’s Tour of Gymnastics is coming to Indy! (local giveaway)

This summer, we watched the Olympics like it was our J.O.B.

We forgot any and all responsibilities, ate meals around the tv, and thew bedtimes routines out the hot August window. To this day, Piper continues to encourage me to start training for the next Olympic swim team, come the 2016 games in Rio she wants to see me there.

She says I can do the backstroke, and she’ll compete on the gymnastic team. Specifically, the floor.

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It could happen, right? I mean, probably not for her, she would still be too young (11 years), but me? I can still strut a Speedo like a boss. And I rock a mean flip-turn.

riiiiiiiight.

But honestly, this summer was a blast, watching the games with Piper and Nola, specifically the gymnastics. Above and beyond all the medals the US team took home, the women’s gymnastics team became true positive role models for so many little girls across this country.

Gabby, Aly, McKayla, Kyla and Jordyn? We are fans, and my girls won’t be quick to forget the summer of 2012.

Which brings me to this exciting announcement.

The Kellogg’s Tour of Gymnastics is coming to The Bankers Like Fieldhouse on November 2nd!

Tickets are super affordable, starting at only $24, and there are tons of tickets still left. If you don’t live in Indy, no worries. The tour is huge, including almost 40 cities nationwide.

A little promo video to get you excited:

But here’s the real fun. I have 2 tickets (section 110, amazing seats) to give away to one lucky gymnastic fans. Fill out the Rafflecopter below to get yourself entered:

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Winner will be randomly selected and notified this Sunday night, September 23th 2012.

*I was given tickets to facilitate this promotion and giveaway. See ya on the 2nd!

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  1. We would LOVE to see these amazing girls live! Deciding which of my 2 daughters to take would be tough, but I think it’s about time for a mommy-daughter date night with my 12 year old!
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  2. I would take my best friend’s little girls because they LOVE gymnastics!
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  3. I’d take my almost-9yo, who was mildly obsessed with the Fab Five!
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  4. I’d take my five-year-old – we were totally obsessed with the Olympics this summer too!

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  5. The girls would LOVE this! :) They’ll have to duke it out over who gets to go.
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  6. I would totally take my 7 year old daughter, also an Olympic gymnastics fan…although, according to her, she is now in training to be an Olympic diver someday. :)

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  7. Oh I would take my 7 year old- she LOVED watching the Olympics and would flip out over giong!
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  8. We watched gymnastics like we had money on it! My little princess loved seeing Gabby win.
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  9. So fun! I would love to go see this. Maybe I’d take my husband rather than any of my kids! hahaha!

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  10. Dude, you know who’d I’d take.

    The bigger question is which one of us would she take?
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  11. I would take my stepdaughter. She is in tumbling and would love to go.

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  12. Those girls are amazing!

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  13. Exciting! The Olympics messed up our schedule too.

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    Amanda Reply:

    @Amanda, Okay, I can’t follow directions…I’d take my husband.
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  14. I would take Madeline because she would never forgive me if I didn’t and I would never forgive myself after all the hours we watched the Fab Five.

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  15. I’d take my best friend/roommate

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  16. I’ve been thinking of taking the girls. It’s the youngest’s birthday, but she really got into The Olympics with me this year.
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  17. Hi! I did gymnastics for 14 years, and am thrilled that my 5 year old daughter seems to be following in my footsteps and sharing my love of the sport! I would love to take her!!!

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  18. I would take my 5 year old daughter who absolutely loved the Olympics this year!

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  19. THE TICKETS WOULD GO TO MY WIFE AND 5 YEAR OLD DAUGHTER WHO BOTH JUST LOVE GYMNASTICS!

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  20. I would give the tickets to Sarah so she and my godson could go. And then I would sit at home jealous. heh
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  21. It’s quite possible my Laney would flip a gourd if I won tickets.. the girl had a broken arm the month of July and taught herself how to do one handed cartwheels!! With that dedication she would obviously be my date;)
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  22. I have an eight year old Dance Diva. This would be
    right up her ally!!

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  23. I also have a little girl I’d love to share this experience with!!

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  24. I would take my lil’ five-year-old gymnasts to show them gymnastics aren’t really done on the furniture.
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  25. Miss Add just heard the promo clip and said “Mom, we got to do that!” so there you have it ;)

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  26. I would take my daughter. She competes on a gymnastics team and would not miss a single second of the olympics when they were airing the gymnastics. I also coach gymnastics at our high school having done gymnastics for 15 years:) We would be there with bells on:)

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  27. This looks like fun! I’d probably take a friend! My daughter is not a year old yet.
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  28. I would LOOOOOOOVE to take Lilly to this! Super duper fun mommy/daughter adventure! :)

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  29. I would take one of my girls, I guess, but wouldn’t that be horrible trying to pick which one?! I might go alone. :)
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  30. Regan Brown says:

    I would take my 6 year old special needs daughter who LOVED watching the Gymnastics during the Olympics

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  31. I would love to take my daughter, Maitlyn. She has been all about gymnastics since the olymipcs. Always trhing to do handstands and flips.

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  32. My seven-year-old daughter Rachel would LOVE to see her heroes! We even watched the Olympic Trials…

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  33. Would it be wrong to take a 6 week-ish old to the show?
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  34. Jen Deniston says:

    Would totally take my 7 year old daughter, Keeley!! She would “flip out”!

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  35. I’d take my mom- she and I both love watching gymnastics!

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  36. Oh I would take my 8 year old. She is going to sit in on a practice or 2 in a few weeks and see if she would be interested in starting gymnastics.

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  37. Fun! We took the kids to see David Boudia when he returned home and they’re still talking about it.
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  38. Me and my 7 year old daughter would be tickled to see these gymnasts in action! As a gymnast at JPAC, she often gets distracted by the big girls.

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  39. My 7 year old daughter and I would be tickled to get the opportunity to see these amazing gymnasts in action! As a beginner at JPAC, she is always mesmerized by the big girls.

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  40. Sarah Partain says:

    Will there be guys there too? Would love for A to see them!

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  41. Amanda Wilmering says:

    I know a five year old girl who would love to go with her mama!

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  42. Laura Tolbert says:

    We also had wall-to-wall Olympic coverage at our house. It’s fun when the winter games are next and we only have to wait a year and a half instead of over 2! :)

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  43. I would take hailey, my 6 year old new gymnast.

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  44. I would take Hailey my 6 year old

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