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The 2024 Cute Kid Contest is here!

Get ready to show off your kid or grandkid! The 2024 Cute Kid Contest is officially underway! We’re thrilled to announce that Operation In Touch has joined forces with Family Magazine and Baby Dove to bring this adorable competition to life. Submit a photo of your little one for their chance to not only win a $1,500 prize but to also see your little star featured in an upcoming issue of Family Magazine. This year’s Cute Kid Contest is set to be one of the most memorable yet, especially with Baby Dove bringing their passion for gentle, hypoallergenic care to support our young contestants.

Baby Dove is committed to caring for babies’ delicate skin. As you prepare to showcase your cutie’s undeniable “aww” factor, remember that by shopping at the Commissary with your military benefits, you can continue to save on your favorite Baby Dove products.

Submit your child’s photo today and let the world see the pure joy and laughter they bring to your family. Don’t miss this opportunity to let your little one shine and potentially be the face that brightens Family Magazine. Good luck to all our adorable entrants! Click the link below to view the rules and enter your Cute Kid today!

Contest is open only to authorized commissary and exchange shoppers – scroll down or click here for complete rules.

The winner will be decided by YOUR votes – the readers of Family magazine!

First Prize: Winner receives $1,500
PLUS will be featured in an issue of Family Magazine!

  • Second Prize: $1,000
  • Third Prize: $ 500

Cute Kid Official On-line Entry Form

Please complete all information.

  • Click “choose file” to select a photo to include with your entry.
  • Click “submit” to send your entry.

    First Name

    Last Name

    Relationship to child

    Address

    City

    State

    Zip

    Phone

    Commissary

    Child's Name

    Child's Age

    Email

    Click here for Cute Kid Contest Official Rules

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