Tomato Soup Dreams

September 2004
Literary Cavalcade;Sep2004, Vol. 57 Issue 1, p5
How does one's American Dream differ from that of his parents? Meg of the hit TV show American Dreams will explore that question this fall by entering the American Dreams Essay Contest presented by Campbell's Tomato Soup. Here's where TV can touch one's reality— the contest is for real. High-school writers, ages 13 to 18, can enter an essay about how their American Dream differs from their parents' hopes and ambitions. For tips and details about the contest, check out the website, read the red-and-white label on one's handy can of Campbell's Tomato Soup, or watch for contest posters in one's classroom. The grand-prize winner will win a scholarship.


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