Giveaway: Colgate Toothpaste Prize Pack

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Don't forget dental hygiene this Halloween! Credit: Colgate-Palmolive

Halloween is here and we're here to make sure those pearly whites don't rot away after your kids devour pounds of candy.

The Colgate Kids line makes brushing time almost as fun as eating Halloween candy. We are giving away the ultimate Colgate Prize pack that has something for every kid in the family, from infants to toddlers, and even a Pop Star toothpaste for tweens.

Five winners will receive: a Dora manual brush, Dora electric brush, Dora toothpaste, Spongebob manual brush, Spongebob electric brush, Spongebob toothpaste, Popstars toothpaste, My First toothbrush and My First toothpaste for infants and toddlers.

To enter to win, leave us a comment below telling us what your kids' favorite Halloween candy is.

CONTEST RULES

• To enter, leave a confirmed comment below telling us what your kids' favorite Halloween candy is.
• The comment must be left before 5 pm ET on Friday, October 29, 2010.
• You may enter only once.
• Five winners will be selected in a random drawing.
• Five winners will receive a Colgate prize pack including: Dora manual brush, Dora electric brush, Dora toothpaste, Spongebob manual brush, Spongebob electric brush, Spongebob toothpaste, Popstars toothpaste, My First toothbrush and My First toothpaste. Retail value of each prize is $20.04.
• Open to legal residents of the 50 United States, the District of Columbia and Canada (excluding Quebec) who are 18 and older.
Click here for complete Official Rules. Winners will be notified by email, so be sure to provide a valid address!
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