'Tis the season for giving - Studentawards Inc. presents "Spin to Win" a brand new contest for Canadian students with cash awards for school, plus music, videos and a trip to Vancouver for the 2009 Juno Awards.


    TORONTO, Dec. 3 /CNW/ - With the holiday season here, 'tis the time for
giving - and Studentawards Inc. is playing Santa with its cash and
prize-filled Spin 2 Win (S2W) contest running now until January 15, 2009.
    The contest is available at www.studentawards.com and students can click
their way to winnings with the S2W wheel. Players can Spin 2 Win up to 10
times a day to collect contest entries into four prize pools, while Canadian
singer Kreesha Turner's song 'Don't Call Me Baby' provides musical
inspiration.
    Spin 2 Win is sponsored by Scotiabank, EMI Music Canada, CareerBuilder,
Zip.ca and Uthink Online. Prizes include:-   A trip for two to the March 29, 2009 Junos in Vancouver, with the
        added bonus of meeting singer Kreesha Turner
    -   $7,500 in cash prizes
    -   Music downloads
    -   CDs
    -   Gift certificates for free movie rentals"This is the season of giving, and Studentawards is giving Canadian
students the chance to win more cash and great prizes, as well as a good
excuse to take a break from studying," explained Suzanne Tyson, President,
Studentawards Inc.
    Studentawards.com is working to change the scholarship landscape in
Canada so it's "much more student friendly and provides greater opportunities
for all kinds of students to be matched with financial awards, in addition to
the traditional, merit-based scholarships. We're providing students with the
financial freedom to succeed," said Lesley Gouldie, CEO, Studentawards Inc.
    For more than 10 years www.studentawards.com has matched students with
thousands of scholarships, bursaries and cash awards, ranging from $1,000 to
$60,000 - many of them hard-to-find, non-institutional awards.

    Visit www.studentawards.com



For further information: To interview Suzanne Tyson or Lesley Gouldie,
or for information, contact: Teresa Donia, iAMBIC Communications, (905)
508-5550, teresa@iambic.ca