No matter what side of the health care debate you’re on, I think we can all agree that health care in the U.S. is tricky.
You may have seen our “Your Daughter is No Jane Doe” Ads. If you haven’t click on the video below.
The ad implies that with our service, ICEdot, you have an identity even if you can’t speak or communicate for some reason. John or Jane Doe refers to the name they issue a person with no identity.
Taking that Ad one step further, we know that you and your family are no J. Doe. You’ve got a life, interests, family, friends and in some cases no medical insurance or more medical expenses than you can handle. Tell us your story and make a case why you or someone in your life needs the $2,000 towards health insurance or medical expenses.
For more on how we came up with this concept please read our blog post.
Rules to enter the contest:
- Sign up on our Facebook page, Facbook.com/ICEdotCommunity
- Create a blog entry of 500 words or less on your own blog OR if you don’t have a blog, email your submission to firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll post it on ours.
- Deadline for submissions is Monday, March 12th
- Stories will be judged by a panel comprised of ICEdot staff. Content will be judged on how well the writer conveys the need of their particular health care hardship.
- For official rules to the contest, please visit: https://icedot.org/site/official-j-doe-contest-rules/
The winner will be notified via email and announced on our blog and Facebook page on Friday, March 16th, 2012 at 10am Central.