Yesterday I sent out my May Hob Nobber Newsletter to people who come to our sales and have signed up at our sales to receive it! And in it I mentioned our upcoming Memorial Day sale as well as....tada....A BIG OLE GIVE-AWAY! Some of you that read this may come to our sales but have not signed up for our newsletters. Or you may be one of those whose e-mails I couldn't read and thus it came back to me even though you had signed up. Sorry about that!
So because of that I thought I better tell you about the Give-Away on my blog as well. Even though many of you out there reading this are from such far away places as China! Yes, I have readers in China! OK, that's my daughter but nevertheless, I have readers from far away! How cool is that? The give-away is for those who will be attending our upcoming sale as the special give-away will be
a $30 gift certificate to shop our sale
and a couple of more surprises when you get here!
Sooooo, here are the four ways to enter:
1) Write a comment about what you love about our sales. If you have not been to one, just say that. You can still enter, but you have to be here to get the prize. Leave your comment on the post, "TREASURES FOUND", which is the post just before this one.
2) For a second entry, "like" us on Facebook and leave another comment telling us you have done that.
3) For a third entry, send me an e-mail ( firstname.lastname@example.org ) telling me you want to be added to our mailing list. If you are already on the list, leave another comment and let me know.
4) For a fourth entry, add the Memorial Day Sale logo on your sidebar. If you don't have a blog, be willing to share this with family and friends. Leave another comment telling me you have done this.
Give-Away ends this Friday at midnight! So hurry! Saturday I will announce the winner here!
Sorry but you have to be coming to our sale to win! How else will you spend the gift certificate?
OK There you have it! I hope you can make it to the sale! We have lots of great stuff!!
I just picked up a vintage primitive hay rake, a vintage stoneware rolling pin, a vintage industrial canvas rolling cart, a milk bottle carrier, a Royal Copenhagen piece, and MORE! I'd show you pictures but my daughter-in-law has my camera right now.