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Wednesday, February 11, 2015

Heart Gift Tower Giveaway

Take a chance and win a gift basket from the folks at Gourmet Gift Baskets. You won't get it for Valentine's Day but it is still a great gift. Giveaway is US only and ends on 2/18.

Enter to win the Heart Gift Tower Giveaway. Ends 2/18.

About the Company:

GourmetGiftBaskets.com was founded with family values and the desire to provide exceptional gifts for all of life’s special occasions. Through years of working in his family’s flower shop in New Hampshire, President & CEO Ryan Abood naturally realized an opportunity to provide handmade, high quality gift baskets. What began with two family members in the basement of a flower shop has exploded into a multi-million dollar company recognized multiple times by Inc.500, Internet Retailer, Enterprise Bank, and more, while still remaining true to its core values of exceptional gourmet ingredients handcrafted with care. As this entrepreneurial family spirit continues in the next generation with the birth of the youngest Abood last spring, this proud family business will continue to exceed gourmet gifting expectations.

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How to Enter!
Prize: 1 Heart Gift Tower valued at $50
Ends: 2/18/2015
Simple submit your entries in the form below.
*Disclaimer:This giveaway is sponsored by GourmetGiftBaskets.com and is in no way sponsored, endorsed, or associated with Facebook. Giveaway will end on 2/18/2015 at 11:59 PM PST. You will have 24 hours to claim by replying to the announcement in our newsletter”the Giveaway Lounge” or replying back to your congratulation letter. A winner will be randomly chosen and will be announced in a blog post and newsletter. This Giveaway is open to USA . Please allow 6 to 8 weeks for prize shipment. click the link to subscribe to the giveaway lounge newsletter http://goo.gl/lWK2W5 If you are a business and would like a campaign created like the one above please email Kathy King @ me {at} mrskathyking {dot}com

19 comments:

  1. Every year on Valentines Day, my Dad would leave me a special gift, usually a small stuffed animal or small box of candy. The gift would be on the kitchen when I woke up.

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  2. My favorite Valentine's memory as child was handing out and receiving the little paper Valentines's in my grade school class

    abfantom at yahoo dot com

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  3. school giving and getting valentines

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  4. Handing out homemade valentines in class.

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  5. My most memorable memory as a child when I received a baby kitten for valentine's day when I was 3 years old.

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  6. The large part of Valentines day when I was a child was getting FAB candy from an Auntie.. oh my did she ever spoil us. Us kids loved making crafts, we got busy and made things from paper and homemade cards for everyone. That was fun.

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  7. My favorite Valentine's memory as child was participating in my first grade Valentines day party.

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  8. Comment on this post your favorite Valentines day memory, as a child.

    not my favorite day..i have bad memories

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  9. Exchanging Valentine cards with school-mates. :)

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  10. I loved receiving and giving the little valentine cards as a kid

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  11. One year in grade school. We had a Valentine's day party and the boy I had a crush on gave me a card.

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  12. My favorite childhood Valentine's Day memory is that I was in 3rd grade and had been out of school very sick for a month, I returned on Valentine's Day, and even though I hadn't been there, there was a Valentine's box made for me filled with Valentine's and treats. So cool!

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  13. My favorite memory is exchanging Valentine's at school. It was so much fun to give Valentine's!

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  14. My favorite memories were exchanging valentines in elementary..the only time you are guaranteed a valentine. :)

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  15. I had a secret sister buy me flowers in high school. Thank you

    candieluster(at)gmail(dot)com

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  16. I loved receiving and giving the little Valentine cards as a child at school.

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  17. My parents always used to send either flowers or balloons to the school for me. One year there was a pretty jeweled bracelet around the bottom of the vase =)

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  18. I remember being seven and my aunt sending me a pencil with a large heart eraser. I loved it and was so excited to get mail.

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