The judges of the contest include chemical specialist for NASA space missions George Aldrich, author of “The Scent of Desire” as well as professor at Brown University Rachel Herz. Because the winner, Trinette Robinson received Trinette Robinson also received $2,500, the Golden Sneaker Award, a trophy and an all expense paid visit to Nyc to see the Broadway Show “The Lion King”. Additionally, she is provided with Odor-Eaters(R) products in one year which is used to kick out the odor from sneakers.
The winner was awarded $2,500, a supply of Odor-Eaters products along with a trip to see the Broadway Show “The Lion King” in New York.
The 35th Rotten Sneaker Contest had the participation of nine kids, aged between six and sixteen.
Since 1975, the maker of Odor Eaters has sponsored the Rotten Sneakers Contest
The winner was judged on the condition from the sole, tongue, heel, toe, laces, but especially odor
George Aldrich, the chemical specialist for NASA space missions, is chosen to become the judge of the contest
Dr. Rachel Herz, author of the book "Scent of Desire", uses tongs to handle a smelly pair of sneakers
Trinette Robinson's sneakers hypervenom pas cher got dirty and smelly because she took part in the No–child Left Inside program
The winner was awarded $2,500, a way to obtain Odor-Eaters products along with a trip to see the Broadway Show “The Lion King” in New York.