Cartoon Network lines up Diwali contest

The Cartoon Network is gearing up for the festive season and how. It is organising a Dream Diwali contest which gives kids a chance to meet the biggest Toon stars like Popeye, Olive, Tom & Jerry, Fred & Wilma Flintstone and Dino. 

Cartoon Networks stars will be knocking on the doors of kids across India as part of the Dream Diwali contest. Kids can enter by writing in or logging on to and choosing which Cartoon Network toon star they would like to visit their home and why.

The kids who send in the wackiest and the cutest answers could be surprised by a visit at their homes by the Cartoon Network Dream Diwali team. And to keep the eyeballs locked in, kids need to tune in to Cartoon Network daily between 6:00-7:00 p.m. and get the magic password of the day. Only those kids who greet the Dream Diwali team with the magic password of the day will be able to meet their favourite toon stars. The entry deadline for the Dream Diwali contest is 1 November 2001.

Toon stars will visit the homes of over 250 lucky winners and personally present them with Cartoon Network goodies and special Dream Diwali T-shirts. In addition to these lucky winners, the Network will also give away 1,000 limited edition Cartoon Network 2002 calendars as consolation prizes. 

The Dream Diwali festivities will culminate with Cartoon Network airing hour-long never-before-seen episodes of The Popeye Show, daily at 6:00-7:00 p.m. from 12-15 November 2001

This contest is being sponsored by Kwality Walls Max and co-sponsored by Nestl Munch and Sil Jam. 

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