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Want to Win a $50 Amazon Gift Card? Huh? Do You?

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Because come on. Sure you do. Who doesn’t want a $50 Amazon gift card? Do you know how many rubber bands you can buy on Amazon for fifty bucks? Something like nine pounds of ‘em. You can buy a remote control for your iTunes whatever, you can purchase ten topsy-turvy strawberry planters—and all for fifty bucks or under. If rubber bands and strawberry planters don’t really interest you, well. I’ve got good news for you: if you win, it’s your fifty bucks and you can spend it on whatever you like. I really don’t mind all that much.

So now, you’re hooked. That’s good. This is what you’ve got to do. You’ve probably noticed that we’re trying to become a greater presence on social media outlets like Twitter, Facebook, and Pinterest, and in light of that, we’re going to give away one $50 Amazon gift card to a randomly-drawn Twitter follower once we hit 1,000 Twitter followers. As of today, we’re at 958 followers. It’s going to happen soon, guys. SOON.

We’re also going to give another $50 Amazon gift card away (drawn at random) when we hit 5,000 ‘likes’ on Facebook. Today, we’re at 3,816. It goes fast—there’s simply just no time to lose.

Here’s the skinny: you like us on Facebook. You follow us on Twitter. You subscribe to our pinboards on Pinterest. All of these enter you for a chance to win $10 Amazon gift cards every week, week in, week out, regardless of “milestone” achievements. When we hit milestones (1,000; 5,000; 7,500 … so on and so forth), you’re already automatically entered to be randomly selected to win $50 Amazon gift cards. You can win twice. You can win three times. You can somehow figure out a way to beat the “randomly selected” thing and win every damn time, I don’t care.

Do it, because you know it feels good, and how could anything that feels this good be bad?

Facebook.

Twitter.

Pinterest.

GO!

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