More NewsBolt.com Promo Offers $80,000 Paper Mate Scholarship

Bolt.com Promo Offers $80,000 Paper Mate Scholarship

Teen destination site Bolt.com teamed up with pen maker Paper Mate in a promotion to provideone lucky teenager with a free college education in the "Write to Learn"Contest.

Teen destination site Bolt.com teamed up with pen maker Paper Mate in a promotion to provide one lucky teenager with a free college education in the “Write to Learn” Contest.

The contest gives the 4.7 million users viewing pages on Bolt.com the chance to submit an essay that answers “What Does a College Education Mean to Me or Someone I Know?” Contestants must write their entry the old-fashioned way, with pen and paper.

The winner will take away $80,000 for payment of college expenses.

Bolt claims 100 million page views a month and over one million registered users.

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