Shake Up Your Summer with the SJ Earthquakes

SJ Earthquakes VIP Experience Contest - SJ Earthquakes logo and mascot reading a book

SJ Earthquakes player and mascot reading story to crowd of childrenGOOOAAAALLLL! We're excited to announce that we've once again teamed up with the SJ Earthquakes to help you ENERGIZE during this year's Summer Reading Challenge.

The Earthquakes will be hosting a series of five storytimes at your San Jose Public Library where there will be plenty of opportunities to meet some of their players.

 

Story Time with the San Jose Earthquakes

Locations, dates and times - Coming Soon!

 

Enter to win a VIP Experience with the SJ Earthquakes

SJ Earthquakes player with child in uniformEnter for a chance to win a VIP experience with SJ Earthquakes by submitting a one-page essay (250 words max) telling us how you keep your mind and body healthy and active over the summer. The Earthquakes will then select and contact ONE LUCKY WINNER who will receive 4 home game tickets with 4 field pre-game warm-up passes, the winner’s name displayed on the video board, and an Earthquakes scarf to the Quakes vs. Union match on August 19, 2017 at Avaya Stadium.

To enter, submit your essay online or drop it off at your local San Jose library by Tuesday, August 1, 2017. Contest open to students ages 7-18.
 

Score BIG with these reads

Check out these children's book titles suggested by SJ Earthquakes players:

Fatai Alashe smiles in front of Green Eggs and Ham book cover Simon Dawkins stands in front of Goodnight Moon book cover Nick Lima stands in front of The Big Wide-Mouthed Frog book cover Shea Salinas smiles in front of Where the Wild Things Are book cover Tommy Thompson smiles in front of The Giving Tree book cover Chris Wondolowski smiles in front of The Pout-Pout Fish book cover. Marvell Wynne smiles in front of Catch the Ball book cover. Jackson Yueill stands in front of The Cat in the Hat book cover.

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