"Moms all over the country are buzzing about the new Kia 2011 Sorento -- on sale in January! This stylish and powerful crossover (built in the USA) is fuel-efficient, with seating for seven (love that!), Bluetooth Wireless Technology, USB connectivity, satellite radio, plus available push-button ignition, voice-activated navigation, and rear sonar.
To celebrate this super car, MomLogic and Kia has put together an Ultimate Road Trip Prize Pack -- full of over $1000 in Mom-tastic prizes!" W00T! Check out Kia Sorento on Facebook!
|The Ultimate Road Trip Prize Pack Includes:|
ExxonMobil Gift Card ($100) Starbucks Gift Card ($50) Subway Gift Card ($100) Sony DVP-FX930/R 9-Inch Portable DVD Player, Red ($159.00) POWERCUP On-The-Go Power Supply Cup ($32.50) LeSportSac 7008 Travel Tote ($98) Kindle Wireless Reading Device ($259) Garmin nüvi 260W 4.3-Inch Widescreen Portable GPS Navigator ($134.99) 2 Star Kids Snack & Play Travel Tray ($19.94 each) The Family Road Trip Box of Questions ($19.95)
Coleman Collapsible Pet Bowl (2-Quart) ($7.69)
MomLogic asked "If you could take your family on a road trip anywhere, where would you go and why?"
One random commenter on the winning blog post will win a $100 Target Gift Card! (hint hint: comment on this post and we may both be winners, ya never know---but you've got to be in it to win it!)
I know that family time and family trips are important in a child's life. I remember almost all of the fun trips that my parents took me on and we have such a great bond because of the experiences we have had together. My husband and I try really hard to continue with that tradition. We have a blended family, as this is the second marriage for us both, and road trips are second nature in our family. They can often be tedious and long, but its what you make of it that will make it a memorable and fun experience.
We both have family based up North in New York, so it would be a dream to take all 7 kids (that's our 5 kids and 2 nephews that we care for) on an extended trip down South. Well, I mean further South than where we are right now ( we're in South Eastern Virginia; Virginia Beach to be exact) And while we love living by the beach, we'd love to explore the fabulous Southern Charm and mountainous terrain of Tennessee. I know my family would love an adventurous road trip to tour the mountainside, enjoy the scenery, horseback riding, gem mining, and even a frugal but fabulous road side picnic lunch buffet would be a fun, family adventure.
So tell me, If you could take your family on a road trip anywhere, where would you go and why?"