Teachers’ wish list giveaway deadline nearing
ATLANTA (November, 2019) – North Fulton students, their parents and friends can help their favorite teacher earn a $200 gift card for their classroom by voting in the Georgia School of Orthodontics (GSO) “Books & Braces” program now through Thursday, November 14. To vote, as often as daily, complete the online form at www.BracesToday.com/WishList. Active teachers in grades K-12 garnering the highest number of votes in the Greater Atlanta metro area are eligible to win. Ten lucky winners will be announced on GSO’s website and social media channels on Friday, November 15.
“Through our ‘Books & Braces’ program, we want to express our appreciation to those teachers who give so much to the students in our community,” said GSO Program Director Dr. Ricky E. Harrell.
In addition, anyone is eligible to enter GSO’s ‘Books & Braces’ raffle to win a $50 gift card. To enter, vote for your favorite teacher, post a photo of yourself with your teacher or classroom, share on Facebook or Instagram, tag @gaorthodontics and include the hashtag #GSOWishList. Contest rules can be found at www.BracesToday.com/WishList. GSO employees, residents, faculty and their families are not eligible to win.
About Georgia School of Orthodontics
Georgia School of Orthodontics (GSO), based in Atlanta, offers an advanced specialty education program in orthodontics and dentofacial orthopedics. The 36-month residency program is structured to provide collaborative and evidence-based learning for residents while providing
quality orthodontic care to patients in the School’s two patient clinics in metro Atlanta. GSO’s mission is to educate outstanding dentists to be proficient in the clinical specialty of orthodontics, while providing Georgians with the highest level of patient care available. GSO faculty and staff are dedicated to diversity in both education and practice. For more information about GSO, visit GSOrthodontics.org. To schedule a complimentary consultation, visit bracestoday.com or call 770. 351.7737.