Proms Across America Contest Reaches 1 Million Votes

High school students hoping to win a free prom have tallied 1,000,000 online votes so far in Stumps Proms Across America Contest. There will be 50 winners, one from each state, and over $65,000 in prizes.

South Whitley, IN, February 03, 2010 --( High school students hoping to win a free prom and are tallying almost 50,000 votes a day. is hosting the Proms Across America Contest which will soon announce 50 different high school winners with one winner from each state. Three grand-prize winning schools will receive a $5000 Stumps Party gift certificate, deejay expenses paid up to $1000, and royalty items for the entire prom court.

Students, from 1,000 schools across America, hoping for dream proms at their schools have cast over 1 million votes so far this year, which is already more than the 290,776 votes cast during last year’s contest.

Stumps Prom & Party sells the personalized invitations, theme decorations, favors, fancy table settings, and royalty items needed for a proper high school prom. Jacquie Downey, Sales & Marketing Director for Stumps Party says, “Our management team realizes that economic stressors have pinched many school prom budgets. We appreciate the loyalty schools have shown to Stumps Prom & Party through the years and, of course, we enjoy hearing gasps of teenage joy when students see their decorated proms!”

Students can cast votes for their schools at Contest voting ends March 15, 2010 at 11:59pm. The school with the most votes in each state enters into a drawing for one of three, grand prize giveaways. Each of the 47 runner-up schools wins a $1000 Stumps Party gift certificate. Winners will be contacted and announced by March 29, 2010.

About Stumps Party:
Stumps has been America's favorite for prom, event and party supplies since 1926. From coast to coast, Stumps has played a pivotal role in transforming millions of special events from ordinary to extraordinary. When Stumps introduced the first memory book and the first decorations for prom 84 years ago, who would have imagined what prom would ultimately become!

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Keith Bansemer