End of Summer Event Giveaway

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Welcome to the end of Summer Event. Where did this summer go? Seems like the kids were just getting out of school!

This sponsored event is hosted by Dixieland Reviews and Co-Hosted by Southern Mom Loves, Imperfect Women, Michigan Saving & More, Heartbeats~Soul Stains and Joyful Gifts by Julie and is sponsored by Travel Deals.

Prizes:

1-Blue & White Sapphire Sterling Silver Necklace arv: $119- 1 winner
1- 8 Cube Organizer (49.5″H x 53.25″W x 14″D.-Some assembly required)-arv: $429- 1 winner
1- Outdoor Fire Pit- arv: $199- 1 winner
2- $250 Visa Gift Cards (2 winners will get 1-$250 GC each)
1-$100 Visa Gift Card- 1 winner

Terms & Conditions:

Must be 18+ to enter and a resident of the US or Canada. Void where prohibited by law. There is one (1) mandatory entry, which will be the first entry task on the Giveaway Tool. All other entries are optional, and the more you complete the more entries you will have. Event begins July 28th, 2015 at 8:00 pm (Eastern Standard Time) & ends on August 12, 2015 at 11:59 pm (Eastern Standard Time). Winners will be notified via email and have 24 hours from the time stamp on the email, to respond, if no response is received, winner forfeits the prize and a new winner will be chosen. Not responsible for late, or misdirected emails. Participating bloggers are not responsible for shipment of prizes. All winners will be listed on our winners page, once they have responded to their notification email.

Entry Form:

Complete the tasks on the Giveaway Tool below to enter. Good luck to you all!

 

11 Comments

  1. Depends on how far were traveling and were a family of 5 so usually like 7-8 months is advance lots of planing.

  2. I went on my first vacation in over 6 years this past March…we knew we were going but didn’t start REALLY planning until just a few weeks before! 🙂

  3. While I don’t typically take a long vacation, my daughter and I attend a number of anime conventions (she sells her books and art at most of them) around the Midwest and east coast, so we take several “mini” vacations every year. Sometimes we plan last minute, but most of the time we’re already planning for the following year when we leave the convention. In order to make sure we got the hotel we like, we have already reserved a room in Baltimore for Otakon next summer – it’ll be held August 12-14, so it’s over a year away.

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