Welcome to Franklin Legacy Month! This month we are honoring our beginnings and celebrating the founders of the Franklin Planner and modern-day planning, like Benjamin Franklin, Hyrum W. Smith, and Stephen R. Covey.
Celebrate our founders by filling out the crossword below to win a $100 e-card to FranklinPlanner.com!
Here’s how to play:
Use the clues below to figure out the crossword. Each crossword answer is part of the name of an item that can be found on FranklinPlanner.com. Use the search tool or category pages to find the missing word from the item’s name.
For example, if the clue is “_______ Planning Form”, search for “Planning Forms” in the search bar or go to Planner Accessories > Forms and Tabs and look for an item that has “Planning Form” in the title.
The complete name of the item is “Goal Planning Form” and the word “GOAL” goes in the crossword.
When you’ve completed the crossword, submit your answers in the form below. By submitting your answers, you have entered yourself into the drawing for the $100 FranklinPlanner.com e-card. Submit your responses by Thursday, March 31, 2016 and the winners will be announced Monday, April 4, 2016.
1. ___________ Ring-bound Daily Planner (Classic – Jul 2016)
The name of Thomas Jefferson’s estate. Thomas Jefferson and Ben Franklin worked closely as United States ambassadors during America’s Revolutionary Era.
2. ________ Wire-bound Cover
This city is the birthplace of Ben Franklin.
3. Vintage MetalSmith Tornado Rollerball Pen – _______ (look at the different color options!)
Ben Franklin signed the Declaration of Independence around the same time this woman was working on the first American flag.
4. ________ Market Tote
Ben Franklin learned this language to better communicate as an ambassador for the United States in Paris.
5. Cross Signature Medium __________
The creation of the Franklin Planner was inspired by Ben Franklin. He carried around a little black _______ to write down and keep track of his goals and appointments.
6. Great _________ from Great Leaders (with DVD)
Ben Franklin created the first American lending library. On this particular book in our library, Ben made the front cover!
Submit your answers here:
*By clicking “Submit Survey”, you have entered yourself in the contest for the $100 e-card to FranklinPlanner.com!
Download the crossword puzzle here!