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Sunday, June 14, 2015

4th of July-Birthday Celebration Giveaway

4thjulyHi, Christina here we at Mom To Grandma are so glad you joined us to help wish Marie a HAPPY 52nd BIRTHDAY! We wish her the best birthday ever and all of you a Wonderful 4th of July! It is that fun in the sun time most of us have been waiting for. Welcome to our 4th of July/Birthday Celebration Event!! Wow...I turn 52...really? Where has all that time gone?! This event is hosted by Dixieland Reviews and Co-Hosted by Tales of a Southern Mom, Susie's Reviews & Giveaways, Jingle Jangle Jungle & Mom 'N Daughter Savings. Sponsored by We Love Travel Deals. Prizes: 1 winner per prize!
One lucky winner will win this awesome package of goodies! ARV $109
 
One lucky winner will win this cook out supply basket! ARV $50
 
arv: $100One lucky winner will win this Ice Cream Maker!!
 
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ARV $100One Lucky winner will win this grilling basket.
 
arv $50One lucky winner will win this yard games set
 
arv $30One lucky winner will win this nostalgic snow cone maker
 
One lucky winner will win this cook out supply basket! ARV $50
 
arv: $100One lucky winner will win this Ice Cream Maker!!
 
ARV $100One Lucky winner will win this grilling basket.
 
arv $50One lucky winner will win this yard games set
 
arv:$80One lucky winner will win this shade cover!
This event is open to residents of the U.S. age 18+ Void where prohibited by law. All prizes will be sent by our sponsor. All entries will be combined and ran through Random.org in order to ensure a fair drawing. Odds of winning depend on the number of entries received. Winner will be notified via email and will have 24 hours to respond. If no response is received, winner forfeits prize and a new winner will be chosen. Not associated with Facebook, or any other social media channel. Winners will be listed on our winners page once they have responded to the winner email. Any questions can be directed to marie@dixielandsdeals.com Entry is simple! Just follow the instructions on the Giveaway Tool below. Please note that the only mandatory entry is the first one, all other entries, including those on the follow pages, are optional, but for every entry you complete, it gives you more chances to win. All winning entries will be verified.

50 comments:

  1. When I was 7 I had a huge party and invited over 1/2 of the school.

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  2. I would have too be my 16th birthday so special all my cousin aunts & uncles my mom parent's there so great I enjoy had a big sheet cake . it was one of the best I had

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  3. The year I found out I was pregnant for my son.

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  4. Memorable was the birthday BB spent in Sedona and the Grand Canyon. Wow, what a trip! Gracias for the giveaway.BB2U

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  5. My 16 birthday. It was a sad one, my mom forgot my birthday

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  6. The year that my husband and his son proposed to me the night before my birthday.
    Samantha (samdaleo)
    jamesmadison1974@gmail.com

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  7. My most memorable birthday was my 40th. A nice over the hill party!!

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  8. When I turned 21 I went out with a bunch of friends and had a blast!!

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  9. I got engaged on my 23rd birthday!

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  10. My most memorable birthday was my 37th, my husband bought me a rescued chihuahua. He quickly became a member of our family.

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  11. Mine was my 21st. It was a generally great day with great friends and I very legally drove drunk, bumper cars that is. :)

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  12. My 15th birthday, when it was my Quinceañera. It is a very important day for the mexican culture when a girl is considered a women. It was emotional day for me especially my father/ daughter dance. That will probably be the most memorable birthday.

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  13. Mine isn't a good memory but the most memorable for sure. It was my 4th birthday and I was in a half body cast, from the waist down. Had to have it on for a year. Since there isnt much you can do in a half body cast, my parents took me to my favorite restaurant called Panchos. On your birthday you get a free piñata. I picked a unicorn. When we got home they had a cake waiting for me. Well someone forgot candles so they got some from the neighbor. I blew out the candles and was very happy. Until I looked and saw my piñata in flames. The neighbor didn't tell them they were trick candles and they lit back and burnt my piñata.

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  14. Husband got drunk,, bought me weedeater :/

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  15. My 24th, it was my first birthday as a mom :) She was 3 months old, we have adorable video of her "talking" with my FIL. She'll be 22 next month!

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  16. My 15th birthday when my friends threw me a surprise party

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  17. For my 40th we lived in England and my huband took me to several historic pubs and told me the history of each one. It was a very fun history lesson.

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  18. My 15th birthday, when I had my Quinceañera. Its the most important day in Mexican culture when a girl is now considered a women. it was a very emotional day for me especially the father/daughter dance. That day was the most memorable for me.

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  19. My birthday (2-20) was always around the time of the San Antonio Rodeo. I remember when year when I was turning 12 (or so), my dad took just me and not my 4 siblings to the rodeo for my birthday. It was a very special time and memory for me, since he is no longer with us.

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  20. this past birthday was my most memorable. I turned 30 and my husband brought me to a jewelry store for what I thought was just to get my wedding rings resized, but he let me pick anything I wanted and bought it for me. I got two sets of earrings and a necklace. and then he took me out to lunch
    RC name is Aimee Place

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  21. My most memorable birthday by farr was my 21st. I went into labor and my daughter was born early the next morning. We almost shared birthdays.

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  22. My 40th birthday was great fun! My husband and friends took me out to a great restaurant on the water.

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  23. My most memorable birthday was the year my husband bought me a china hutch that matched my dining room table.

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  24. When I turned 34 this year we went to the Kalahari waterpark in Ohio. Had a blast!

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  25. My 11th, my mom bought a cake that looked like a huge cheeseburger and I got Gak and my dad popped up for a surprise visit
    -Akkira Foster

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  26. My most memorable Birthday was just last year. My daughter gave me tickets to Phantom of the Opera!!!!

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  27. Ha ha, my 12th b-day where my mom had a limo pick my friends and me up and drove us to a fancy restaurant (i.e. CiCi's Pizza!!) and then around the city.

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  28. My most remembered birthday was my 13th birthday. My mom and dad had acted like they didnt really care about it or that they had just simply forgotten. They told me that they were going out to celerbrate their aniversary a few days late which to me made sense since it was summer and my dad worked most days. This put me in a bad mood so when they left I went to my neighbors house to hang out and play games. later on when I got home I noticed my mom in the kitchen me being in a bad mood still I said a simple hi and went to my room I came back to the door to take my shoes off turned around and it finally registered to me my mom threw me a surprise birthday party with balloons, cake, fired chicken and all the other goodies we southerners love. This was my first real party and to this day to my favorite but she cant trick me like that anymore.

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  29. I had a lot of fun on my 21st birthday. I went out dancing and to the clubs with my friends.

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  30. I remember when I was little, I don't know which birthday for sure, but every year I got a box of presents from my Dad who lived in a different state. That year I didn't get anything, but instead my Dad came to visit. kekagel@yahoo.com

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  31. My favorite birthday party was my husbands and I first time we dated. So it is a special time for me and my husband.

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  32. I had a really cool 16th b'day party

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  33. I would have to say it was my 30th Birthday since my husband and sister had a surprise Birthday Party for me at my sisters house and I never knew till I got there and everyone yelled SURPRISE!!!!

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  34. My most memorable birthday was my 30th. I was alone 2 hours from home with my son having emergency surgery. I remember just praying that he would make it as my bday wish, and of course, he did. Sad day to turn 30, but grateful for the outcome.

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  35. My most memorable birthday was my 18th. My father planned a special trip and took me to NYC. It was quite the experience, and I have fond memories of the trip.

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  36. My 6th because no one remember.

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  37. most memoable birthday would have to be my 31st. My childs father gave me a signed Colin Kepernick framed picture. Im a 49ers fanatic.

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  38. My most memorable birthday would be last year. I just got married and we got to go to the beach for our honeymoon. It was sweet and romantic.

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  39. My sister gave me a lovely surprise party on my fortieth birthday

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  40. When I turned 12 had a slumber party and a Mario kart tournament with prizes and all. It was so much fun! Even better because I won lol.

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  41. My 40th birthday because my daughter was baptized that weekend

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  42. My 16th when I got my license & a car!

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  43. My 60th Birthday! I got tickets to see ERIC CLAPTON!

    Beatrice Pirtle
    meadow54@hotmail.com

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  44. Concerts for my birthday. It was great.

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  45. My 35th birthday....I got my very first tattoo!

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  46. My most memorable birthday would be my last one spent with my entire family!

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  47. my most memorable birthday was my sweet 16

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  48. It was my Sweet 16! All my family and friends were there and we had so much fun. My parents gave me a car:)

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