Be a STAR, win WWE superstars visit to your school

 

Every seven minutes a student is bullied.

As the new school year is underway, you can make a difference in your community by committing to show tolerance and respect.

Join WWE superstars and divas and thousands of people from nearly 100 countries who have taken the Be a STAR anti-bullying pledge.

Through Sept. 13, after taking the Be a STAR Pledge, users will be entered to win back-to-school prizes.

Grand Prize:

Be a STAR rally at your school featuring WWE superstars

2nd Place:

$1,000 grants toward computers for your school

3rd Place:

Be a STAR Laptops

4th Place:

Be a STAR Backpacks with school supplies and trading cards provided by Topps

Don’t Be a Bully, Be a STAR.

Go to: https://community.wwe.com/diversity or

https://community.wwe.com/diversity/programs/bring-wwe-superstars-your-school

•  WWE PPV in Miami

The WWE Hell in a Cell pay-per-view will be in South Florida on Sunday, Oct. 27 at the AmericanAirlines Arena in Miami.

This is the first pay-per-view at the AAA since WWE’s Survivor Series in November 2010.

The AAA is a long-time host of WWE events including the first SmackDown of 2013, the WWE Hall of Fame ceremony during WrestleMania Week in 2012, the Raw after WrestleMania in 2012 and the Rock’s birthday on Raw in 2011.

Tickets are on sale via TicketMaster and at the AAA box office. Keep posted at http://www.wwe.com/events.

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