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Kids earn free prizes in Dion's Club Read with Isotopes

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Dion's Reading Club is back this summer which is a program that rewards students for reading books. Dion's and Isotopes have teamed up to promote literacy and the love of reading in preschool and elementary age children. They combine education and learning with fun and rewards by having kids fill out a reading scorecards to earn prizes. Each child can fill out two scorecards of 6 books each to earn prizes from Dion's and Isotopes. Valid for grades preschool to fifth grade. You can pick up your first score card at any Dion's location or online on the Isotopes website. Program runs until July 25th.

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Each score card contains 6 slots around the baseball field to fill in a names of the books your child reads. After you fill out all 6, they earn a home run. Take the score card into Dion's and receive a prize. The prize includes a Dion's Club Read drawstring backpack that includes a zipper front and a hole for listening to headphones. Inside is a certificate of achievement "signed" by Governor Susana Martinez. You also get your choice of a kid-size t-shirt as well as a second score card so your child can continue reading and earning exciting prizes. This promotion is great because it makes students want to read even more than they already do.

The next score card is a similar deal of filling out 6 spaces of books they've read, or for younger kids, books that were read to them. Next, you would take this filled out score card to the Isotopes box office to receive a free kids Isotopes ticket as well as an age-appropriate book, voucher for a free small drink at the baseball game and an entry to the Grand prize drawing. The Grand Prize will give free Isotopes tickets, let your kid throw a pitch with Orbit, an autographed baseball and free food from Dion's! Encourage reading in your family and join Club Read today!

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