Calling All Kids: Enter Our March Break Contest –

At TV Feeds My Family, we have a saying—if it’s free it’s for me. TVFMF is teaming up with Rogers On Demand On-line for a March Break family pack contest. The folks at Rogers have launched a special March Break Channel and they want the kids at your house to check it out here. They’ve got on demand videos of stuff like “Lego Batman” there, it is to laff. To try and get you to look, they’ve ponied up with a stash of cool loot, two prize packs worth approximately $100 each, and they’re sharing the wealth with two lucky TVFMF readers.
Here’s all you have to do to enter: simply go to the comment tab at the end of this blog post. Tell us your favourite TV show from when you were a kid. No wiseguy answers like “The McButt” show—real stuff like H.R. Puffin’stuff, Jonny Quest,, Ninja Turtles, Professor’s Hide-a-way, Schnitzel House, The Bridge, anything you think you saw on Commander Tom—it doesn’t matter. Yes, Hilarious House of Frightenstein counts. Just give us a show title (and use a real name so we can get back to you) and you have a shot at the two prizes.
The contest is open until Tues., March 23 at 3 p.m. ET.
Here’s what you can snag for a child in your family: A SpongeBob SquarePants tote bag filled with goodies such as a Hairspray DVD, a NICK DVD, YTV pens, a Mighty B button, W Tide 2 Go pens, W Jewel Box, Cosmo picture frame and a notebook. Don`t pretend you don`t want this stuff.
What follows is a bunch of legal mumbo-jumbo. Skip down now to the comment thingy and hit us with your kiddie fave. The draw will be made March 24 and the winners announced here.
Contest closes March 23, 2010. Open to residents of Canada 18 yrs or older, excluding residents of Quebec. Seriously, skip down now. One entry per person. 2 March Break Prize Packs to win, valued at $100 each. To know how to enter, see full contest rules and details here. Odds of winning depend on the number of eligible entries. Correct answer to mathematical skill-testing question required to be a winner. NO PURCHASE NECESSARY.


  1. My favorite show as a child was Inspector Gadget….oh I can still hum the theme song!!

    Dr. Claw — Rawr!!

  2. My favorite childhood show was Dark Wing Duck..

    “Lets get Dangerous!”


    Name is Helder as it will only post as anonymous

  3. I loved watching “ZOOM”. A cooler version of Sesame Street for older kids. And “JP Patches” – anyone remember that one?

  4. The Friendly Giant was my favorite show growing up. I watched it on the only channel we had – CBC. Rusty (the little rooster who lived in a sack and played a harp) was my fav! A rooster hanging out with a giraffe and a giant rearranging little furniture made so much sense – then .

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