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Saturday, October 4, 2014

Swiffer/Breast Cancer Awareness Giveaway

Here's a giveaway where two lucky winners will get a $25 Walmart gift card, each, along with a basket/bag of goodies from Swiffer/P&G. You have through 10/13 to enter to win, provided you're a US resident. Good luck.
Enter the Swiffer/Breast Cancer Awareness Giveaway. Ends 10/13.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness month.

I support Breast Cancer Awareness because it runs in my wife's family. We've always been big supporters of Susan G Komen.

Swiffer supports Breast Cancer Awareness by partnering with Cleaning for a Reason, an organization that works with more than 1,000 local and professional maid services to bring meaning to cleaning by helping women focus their energy on fighting cancer. Since 2006, the partner maid services have volunteered their time to clean for over 17,000 women. They offer four cleanings to women with any cancer, once a month for four months.

Swiffer has created pink products, which you can pick up at Walmart. Or you can win them in this great giveaway hosted by Drugstore Divas and A Bride On A Budget. Two lucky winners will win a prize pack with a $25 Walmart gift card, plus items from Crest, Bounty, Oral B, Olay and Pantene, as well as a Swiffer Duster.

This giveaway starts now and ends at 11:59pm EST on October 13. To enter, you must be a US resident who is 18 or older. The winner(s) will be contacted via email and will have 24 hours to respond before another winner is selected.
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Good luck!
My blog received no compensation for this giveaway and is not responsible for prize fulfillment.

73 comments:

  1. Breast cancer means a lot to our family because my grandma is a 15 year survivor of breast cancer.

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  2. Breast cancer awareness is important because of Mom had breast cancer!

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  3. breast cancer awareness is important because my family has been affected by it, as my aunt and grandmother both had it.

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  4. My grandmother had breast cancer, though that is not what she died from. I think it's important make women (and men) aware of the facts regarding breast cancer, and to continue to have research done to find better ways to deal with it and hopefully eradicate it.

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  5. Lost my favorite aunt to breast cancer last year so that is why it is important to me for people to be aware. Thanks for the giveaway too!!

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  6. I think cancer is something for everyone to be concerned about.

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  7. my aunt and my ex mother in law both had breast cancer

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  8. It is a touchy subject because it affect 1 out of every 8 women. Thank you

    candieluster(at)gmail(dot)com

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  9. Several of my friends have had breast cancer. i am surprsed there are so many.

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  10. Breast cancer awareness is important because I have friends who have been affected by it.

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  11. breast cancer is important... ANY cancer is important! Early detection is key to beat it

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  12. Thanks for the giveaway!
    Shelia S

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  13. This is very close to my heart because a couple of my good friends have gone through it.

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  14. Long Island seems to have a huge number of Breast Cancer diagnoses every year. I have many friends and family that are suffering, have won the fight, or who have succumbed.

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  15. I have lost relatives due to cancer including a sister so I have to say Thanks for the giveaway.

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  16. We just lost a very dear friend last month to breast cancer. She beat it twice but the third time was too much.

    safety_chick@hotmail.com

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  17. My mother had breast cancer. She did very well for several years.

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  18. My mother is a breast cancer survivor! There can never been too much awareness about a disease that impacts so many families.

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  19. Breast cancer awareness should be important to every woman, breast cancer can happen to anyone

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  20. Thank you for the Giveaway =) I did lose my Mom to Breast Cancer )=

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  21. Cancer has affected my family so I am always trying to advocate for cancer research and cures.

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  22. Cancer has run through my family, but no one has had breast cancer. Remember that October is also Miscarriage, Stillborn, and Baby Loss awareness as well. 1 in 4 babies die. That is far too many.

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  23. I have a good friend that just beat cancer so I am sooooo in support of breast cancer research and awareness!

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  24. I have a dear friend who has spent the last two years dealing with breast cancer.

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  25. Someone close to me died from it. The night before her last grandchild was born. Sad!

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  26. my mother in law was a two time survivor.

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  27. My Mom was a breast cancer survivor.
    Jennifer Rote

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  28. 90 % of the females in my family have been diagnosed with breast cancer and thankfully all are in remission.

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  29. It's important to me because any research that sheds light on the causes and cures for cancer can save so many lives and prevent years of pain and anguish for so many people.

    Geoff K
    gkaufmanss(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  30. Breast cancer awareness is so important because it affects so many women, thanks for the giveaway! ENTERED UNDER ALONA Y.

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  31. My BFF lost her mom to breast cancer and I lost my brother to lung cancer.
    traymona[at]aol.com

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  32. My grandmother battled breast cancer and had her left breast removed, it really means alot to me.

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  33. I have not personally had breast cancer touch my life so far but it is such an important part for all women to be aware of choices we have to keep ourselves healthy. Breast Cancer Awareness month lets that information easily reach all of us!

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  34. One of my co-workers is a breast cancer survivor and she has done really well. I think it's important to catch early by regular exams.

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  35. It's important to me because 3 friends are going through the battle currently

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  36. My aunt is a breast cancer survivor.

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  37. This is a wonderful giveaway! Thank you!

    Love3570@aol.com

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  38. Why is Breast Cancer Awareness month important to you?

    i think it's important to everybody...lets find a cure

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  39. Breast cancer runs in my family so Breast Cancer Awareness is very important to me.

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  40. I think it is important. I think everyone knows someone who has had this cancer and it's good to spread information about it.

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  41. My mother died of breast cancer and my grandmother is a survivor of breast cancer.

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  42. It's important to be me because of my mother.

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  43. I think it should be important to every woman, thanks for the giveaway

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  44. I have family that has been affected by breast cancer and try my best to always try and help whenever possible.

    jweezie43[at]gmail[dot]com

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  45. It's important to me because I have an aunt who is a survivor.

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  46. I know way too many people who have been affected by breast cancer. Thank you for the giveaway

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  47. my brother has stage 4 lung cancer and so cancer of any type is high on my research page as well as being a supporter..thank you

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  48. because it's a great reminder to check yourself and get a mammogram

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  49. My favorite Aunt is battling breast cancer right now. She is an amazing woman. :(

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  50. I lost my mother to it. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  51. I have lost many females in my life to cancer, so all the possible awareness is great.

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  52. It's important to me because I've known too many friends with cancer. I want a cure.

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