FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
World’s First Muslim Spelling Bee Competition Launches 2013 Competition
November, 2012, Chicago – Last year the first ever Muslim Spelling Bee successfully hosted their 2012 event with the support of nine regional Islamic Schools, including:
- American Youth Academy, Tampa, Florida
- Al-Ihsan Academy, South Ozone Park, New York
- Darul Arqam, South River, New Jersey
- Al-Hadi School of Accelerative, Houston, Texas
- MCC Fulltime Islamic School, Morton Grove, Illinois
- Mohammed Schools of Atlanta, Atlanta-Decatur, Georgia
- Orange Crescent School, Garden Grove, California
- Islamic School of Irving, Dallas/Forth/Worth, Texas
- Precious Sprouts Of Ann Arbor, Detroit, Michigan
In 2013, Muslim Spelling Bee has welcomed three new locations to participate:
- Muslim Community of Folsom, Folsom/Sacramento, California
- Muslim Community School/ Alim Academy, Potomac, Maryland
- Al-Salam Day School, St. Louis, Missouri
About the Muslim Spelling Bee
Chicago based entrepreneur and founder of Muslim Spelling Bee, Tausif Malik, saw a need for a platform to increase Muslim student participation in local, national and international educational competitions, as well a venue where children could engage with peers from around the country. The purpose of the program, he says, is “to get Muslim children into the mainstream.” The competition will be held in select cities at Muslim private schools nationwide, however, competitions will also be open to students from private schools, public schools, or home schools, and children up to 14 years old.
TMA Worldwide, the Group organizing the inter-school, inter-state, inter-region competition hopes to also launch future educational competitions such as Muslim Science Bee, Muslim Math Bee, Muslim Geography Bee and Muslim Science Projects.
Learn more about the Muslim Spelling Bee Contest Format
This year the competition has added a new group for young students in kinder grades. The competition is scheduled to begin in February 2013 and conclude with a final spelling competition in May 2013 at the historic Des Plaines Theatre, Des Plaines (suburb of Chicago), Illinois.
There will be a cash prize, college scholarships and holiday gifts from our sponsors to benefit families of children participating in Muslim Spelling Bee Competition.
University Islamic Financial (UIF ) is this year’s platinum sponsor for the event. “University Islamic Financial (UIF) is proud and honored to support 2013 Muslim Spelling Bee competition. As a premier Islamic Financing company is the US we support Businesses that add value to our community. TMA worldwide, organizers of Muslim Spelling Bee is one such company that we feel comfortable working with and supporting. Our mutual goal of community empowerment and education is achieved by these type of ventures. UIF is proud to be a Platinum Sponsor this year and hopefully for many more years to come.” – Aijaz Hussain, Vice President National Sales, UIF Corp.
Muslim Spelling Bee would like to thank our sponsors and media partners for their support – Comcast, Iqra Foundation, A1 Tax, Al Hikmat TV, Al Jumuah Magazine, Asian Lite, Azizah Magazine, Desi Express, Dinar Standard, Dunya, Indian Express USA, Indian Muslim Observer, Infocus California, Islamic Focus South Africa, Islamic Post, Lone Star Crescent, Muslim Coupon, Muslim Backyard, Muslim Digest, My Education Key, My Halal Kitchen, News Pakistan, New York Awam, Pakistan Chronicle & Pakistan Journal, Pakistan Post, Pakistan Times & South Asian Gazette, Pakistan Express, Pakistan Voice, Radio Sargam/News Pakistan, Radio Sohni Dharti, Sadaa-e-Pakistan, Saavn.com, The Desi Times, Tribune Asia, TV ONE GLOBAL, Urdu Times Chicago, Urdu Times, Ummah Design & Ummah Linked.
The event will be broadcasted on TV ONE GLOBAL and other international channels.
If you are interested in participating in the Muslim Spelling Bee, please visit www.muslimspellingbee.com.
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