Hilton HHonors Celebrates Little League Coaches With “HHonors Outstanding Coach” Contest & Sweepstakes

Hilton HHonors is recognizing the best Little League coaches around the country with its “HHonors Outstanding Coach” contest and sweepstakes.  Hilton HHonors, the loyalty program for Hilton Worldwide, is the official hotel sponsor of Little League Baseball and Softball which really helps get the kids out and play. Little League’s mission is to promote discipline, fair play, character and teamwork both on and off the field (also helps to give Dad & Mom a break for an hour or two :P).

The “HHonors Outstanding Coach” contest and sweepstakes gives parents the chance to share stories and experiences of the influential coach in their children’s lives.  Having a good coach for any team can make the difference of a fun time no matter what or just in it to win it. Which is why Hilton HHonors recognizes the important role coaches play in their players’ lives – both on and off the field.

Check out facebook.com/HiltonHHonors now through June 13 to nominate your favorite coach and become an HHonors member, You have to be a Hilton HHonors member to nominate a coach – it’s free and takes less than a minute to join.

On June 28 Five finalists will be announced – Finalists and their nominators will receive a two-night stay at any hotel in the Hilton Worldwide portfolio. Grand prize winning coach receives a trip for two to the Little League World Series in South Williamsport, Pa. in August where he or she will be announced as the winner before throwing out the ceremonial first pitch at a Game. Winning coach also receives a five-night stay at any hotel in the Hilton Worldwide portfolio, which is a nice bonus for anyone.

While thats a great giveaway for the coaches – we’ve got one or two you could win at home…

The prize pack includes an official Little League Sports Bag, Little League Aluminum Water Bottle, Rawlings MLB Official Baseball, DVD of Moneyball, The Art of Fielding novel, David’s Sunflower Seeds and a pack of Topps 2012 baseball cards.

How to win it… Contest ends 11:59pm EST. June 12th, 2012.

Tell us who is your favorite coach is in your children’s life and please include some method for us to contact you in the comment (twitter or email). We’ll randomly pick two people to win.

You get 1 extra entry for tweeting about this contest (you can do this daily). Must contain the following information: @HiltonHHonors @dadarocks – http://dad.tc/Mhg06m and you must also comment with the link to your twitter message.

Example: I want to win the @HiltonHHonors #LittleLeague giveaway from @dadarocks  – http://dad.tc/Mhg06m

You get 1 extra entry for following us on twitter – twitter.com/dadarocks

You get 1 extra entry for following them on twitter – twitter.com/HiltonHHonors

You get 1 extra entry for becoming a FAN on Facebook – facebook.com/DaDaRocks you must comment that you’re a fan

You will have 24 hours to reply before we pick another winner!

Disclaimer: Thanks to Hilton Worldwide for provided the prize for this raffle

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    Tabathia B says:

    my daughters volleyball coach
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    Tabathia B says:

    twitter follower (chelleb36)
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    Tabathia B says:

    follow hilton hhonors on twitter (chelleb36)
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    Tabathia B says:

    like on facebook (michelle b)
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    Tabathia B says:

    tweet
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    Kelly D says:

    My son’s baseball coach is very helpful & patient.

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    John Sullivan says:

    My name is Hayden and my dad is the greatest coach I have ever had. My dad, John Sullivan has been coaching me for as long as i have been playing baseball from T-Ball to my last year in little league he has been helping out. I am no longer in Little League and am now playing in middle school sports and will soon be off to high school. But, myself being out of Little League has not stopped my dad from coaching it. He is now coaching my younger brother Liam and has led them to the championship which will be taking place this Friday. My dad does not even stop during the summer either he coached my summer tournament teams as well as my brothers. My brother is 11 and will be playing for the 10-11 tournament tem during this summer. Hopefully this summer will be successful for my dad, my brother and everyone else who is playing/supporting our team.

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    John Sullivan says:

    My husband, John Sullivan has coached East Greenwich Little League in Rhode Island for 8 years now. He is by far the best coach, anyone could ever ask for. Growing up, with seven siblings, John did not get a lot of time to spend with his dad. His dad was busy working two to three jobs, just to keep food on the table. So, when John had boys of his own, he wanted to change that. He wanted to make memories, through a sport that he loves.
    John is patient with his players, but tough when he as to be. He has spent many hours in front of the computer, figuring out line ups, and finding inspirational sports videos that he emails to his players. Each boy gets a nickname, and most have stuck years later. No one has the interest of the player more than my husband. He wants them to leave the season with baseball knowledge, friendships, and great memories.
    A couple of years ago, one of his players lost his dad. John was heartbroken. This boy was by far one of his favorites, and he was afraid he would lose his spirit for life, as well as the game. John looked after that boy as if he was his own. He cared for him on the field, just has his dad would have been if he had been there. No one was a bigger cheerleader for him. The boy wasn’t the MVP of the season, but ended up with the sportsmanship of the year award. I can’t help to think my caring husband had something to do with that.
    This weekend we are going to the championship. It has been the first time since 2008 that John Sullivan’s Blue Jays will be there. When I asked him what he wanted for father’s day this is what he said…..”nothing, just a Blue Jays win,” Typical Sully, hopefully he will get one. He’s still a little boy at heart, I would love nothing more than to see him throw out that first pitch at the Little League World Series, so one of his boyhood dreams could come true.

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    Fit flops sale says:

    But I plan to weed the yard today.Of course!Come on.I have a large collection of CDs.Who ever comes will be welcomed.Could you tell me your secret for a long, happy life? Could you tell me what the maximum weight allowance is? Things are getting better.New China was founded in l949.How did you do on your test?

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