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Run for the Little Flowers Giveaway Items!

Again, this year, we have some great prizes offered as giveaway items.  Anyone registered for the run will be entered in the giveaway.  So far the prizes we have are:

1.  This cute handbag by Freeset Global (donated by me)

Won by Marilyn G.!
 
 
 
I took the shrink wrap off but the CD is brand new.  I have a digital copy of this CD and LOVE, LOVE, LOVE it!
 



3.  $20 gift card from Starbucks (donated by Jen at Meditatio)

Won by Lynn T.

Thank you Jen!!



5. Run Love Compression Socks by RunningSkirts (donated by me)

Won by Glenda W.


6. With an Open Heart book by Lisa Murphy (donated by Lisa Murphy)



This is a great book, read my review here.

7. $40 gift card to Running Warehouse (donated by Susan at Sole Searching Mama)
 
Won by Colleen M.!!


8. Any tee or tank from Run Pretty Far (donated by me)

Won by Ann N.



9. Any apparel or jewelry item on this page from 147 Million Oprhans (donated by me)
 
Won by Lori K.



And guess what??? There is more to come!  So watch for this page to be updated.  There will be a link to it on my top tab bar, so you can check it often.

Now, everyone who registers for the run will be entered, but you can earn extra entries and here is how:
- Share about the run on Facebook, Twitter, your blog,  via email,  pin it on Pinterest, Instagram it . . . and let me know you did so by leaving a comment on this postYou can do this one DAILY!!

- Get a group together!  If you get a group together for the run in your area and let me know by leaving a comment on this post, you will earn an extra entry.

- After you have done the run, take a picture of yourself with your medal, with your shirt on (or one or the other) and post it to the run's Facebook page here, you will earn an extra entry.

-Blog about your race recap and link to the post (once the run is over) and you will earn an extra entry!

So share about this run and grab some extra entries for these great prizes.

Comments

  1. Ooh, fun! I'm organizing a team out here in Buffalo! Hopefully the weather will cooperate! Can't wait to get our family shirts!

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  2. I shared about it on my blog:) Looking forward to it!

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  3. Tweeted here: https://twitter.com/Suz4AU0608/status/371099391139930112

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  4. Tweeted here: https://twitter.com/Suz4AU0608/status/371099391139930112

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  5. Just registered and shared on Facebook ! :)

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  6. Just blogged and shared the post on FB and twitter
    http://joyinthemorning-joy.blogspot.com/2013/10/running-or-playing-for-little-flower.html

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  7. Posted it here: http://martinfamilymoments.blogspot.com/2013/07/5-faves-races-and-faces-toes-and-shows.html

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  8. And here:http://martinfamilymoments.blogspot.com/2013/10/7-quickish-takes.html

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