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Monday, November 2, 2015

2015 Thanksgiving Event - 10 Winners

thanksgiving15eventI've been saying we have some terrific giveaways coming your way and here is just one of them. Not only do we have our own giveaways which are gifts for the Holidays, we also have some to awesome to describe! Like this one, Enjoy! Welcome to the 2015 Thanksgiving Event! This event is hosted by Dixieland Reviews and Co-hosted by: Imperfect Women, Finger Click Saver,Joyful Gifts by Julie, Mom n’ Daughter Savings and Mom to Grandma. This event is sponsored by We Love Travel Deals and partially sponsored by fees collected from the participating bloggers for this event! There will be a total of 10 winners for this event!


Prizes for this event are: 7 (Seven) Lucky people will win a prize package that contains: 1- $100 Gift Card to a grocery store in your area (if winners area does not have a store that offers gift cards, we will send a Visa gift card in it's place), in order to purchase what they need for their family Thanksgiving meal, + a $100 Visa gift card to kick off their Holiday shopping! Total value of each prize package is $200.00 1 (One) Lucky winner will win a prize package that contains: 1- $200 gift card to a grocery store in their area, (if winners area does not have a store that offers gift cards, we will send a Visa gift card in it's place), in order to purchase what they need for their family Thanksgiving meal, + a $200 Visa gift card to kick off their Holiday shopping! Total value of prize package is $400.00. 1 (One) Lucky winner will win a prize package that contains: 1- $200 gift card to a grocery store in their area, (if winners area does not have a store that offers gift cards, we will send a Visa gift card in it's place), in order to purchase what they need for their family Thanksgiving meal, + a $300 Visa gift card to kick off their Holiday shopping! Total value of prize package is $500.00. 1 (One) Lucky winner will win a prize package that contains: 1- $200 gift card to a grocery store in their area, (if winners area does not have a store that offers gift cards, we will send a Visa gift card in it's place), in order to purchase what they need for their family Thanksgiving meal, + a $500 Visa gift card to kick off their Holiday shopping! Total value of prize package is $700.00. Total value of all 10 prize packages, combined, is: $3000.00. There is only one mandatory entry on the Giveaway Tool, all other entries are optional, however, for every additional task you do, it gives you more chances to win! All prize packages will be delivered via Fed Ex next day to ensure plenty of time to shop for your groceries for your Thanksgiving dinner and to do any Black Friday Shopping you might want to do. Terms & Conditions: Must be 18 years of age or older and a resident of the U.S. or Canada. Void where prohibited by law. There will be one mandatory entry that must be completed, all other entry tasks are optional, but do give you more entries into the contest. Event begins at 1:00 pm eastern standard time, on November 2nd, 2015 and ends on November 15th at 11:59 pm eastern standard time. Winner will be chosen by combining all entries and choosing the winner via random.org to ensure a fair drawing, and will be announced on our winners page. Participating bloggers are not responsible for shipment of prizes, all prizes will be shipped via the sponsor.
 

56 comments:

  1. my bests Thankgiving memory was the last one I had with my entire family,,my kids and husband ,my sister and brother and their famlies and my mom and dad,,my parents andbrother have passed

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  2. I remember having a thankful jar during the month of November. We would write down what we were thankful for on slips of paper and put them in the jar. Then on Thanksgiving we would read them all.

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  3. My favorite memory is spending the day at my grandparents house my grandmother cooking all day a wonderful meal and eatting with the whole family

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  4. My favorite memory is when I was a little kid and we all ate together at the table. It was so nice and fun to help out in the kitchen.
    heather hgtempaddy@hotmail.com

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  5. I enjoyed being at a big family dinner with turkey and all the extras! All the cousins, aunts and uncles.
    nikilsend(at)outlook(dot)com

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  6. Sitting around the Thanksgiving table with close family and friends, sharing memories from past years. Taking photos and videos of the little ones.

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  7. My fave is talking a walk through the beautiful brush trails with our boys...... making an outdoor fire when we get home... and pull out the hot chocolate or coffee because they are older now. :) Then they pull out their instruments and just start playing and singing. All around the fire. I love that so much.

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  8. my favorite memory was one of the last Thanksgiving with my brother Joe. We had everyone at the table at my Mom and Dad's house. There were 13 of us, We had the main dining table and a card table at either end. with one of those tables through the arch into the living room. Someone at one end of the table wanted a roll ... instead of passing the roll basket down the tables, once of my brother's sent a roll "sailing" Joe had the look of "you did NOT just do that" and my sister's kids were laughing that someone would have done that in Grandpop's house. What they didn't know was that Grandpop had done that many times over the years.

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  9. My favorite a Thanksgiving memory is helping my mother-in-law create the most delicious foods in the kitchen while the whole family waited in anticipation! Everyone was together and enjoying the day.

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  10. My favorite Thanksgiving memory, was the first turkey I cooked. I left the inners inside.

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  11. M favorite Thanksgiving memories are sitting around my Mama's table with all the family and playing with my cousins.

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  12. My favorite Thanksgiving memory was all us kids and grandkids going to my parents home, seeing our 2 favorite aunts there, sitting down to a nice dinner with all the fixings and pumpkin pies and then relaxing afterwards while the kids went with their aunt to see the floral clock in the falls

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  13. My favorite Thanksgiving memory is one when we went to my sister's home in PA and it started to snow and we ended up getting snowed in and staying for the entire four day weekend! It ended up being fantastic bonding time and the best Thanksgiving I have ever had!

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  14. My favorite Thanksgiving memory was my daughters first Thanksgiving. Her legs were so pudgy we sat her next to the 24 lb turkey and took a picture. To this day we still laugh.

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  15. My favourite Thanksgiving memory was our first Thanksgiving in our new home. The whole family was there and I felt so blessed to have such a wonderful family and such a lovely home.

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  16. My favorite memory is spending the holiday with all my family gathered at my parents house.

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  17. Favorite memory is when all the cousins got back together and we were whole! Our kids were able to meet each other and it was fun to see them all interact together!

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  18. My favorite thanksgiving memory is family dinner at the "kids" table. ;-)

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  19. My favorite Thanksgiving memory is when I hosted and all my family came. It actually went pretty well, and we played games all day and had a wonderful time.

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  20. My favorite Thanksgiving memory is sitting at the table with my family...I'm an only child and have only Mom left now, so I miss my grandparents and Dad and the memories we had along with the great conversation, bad jokes, and delicious food.

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  21. I'll have to say, last year was one of my favorites. I always do our meal just for us at home on the day of Thanksgiving, and my cooking tends to be hit or miss. Last year, everything turned out perfectly and it was all done at the same time! I planned it out very well and cooked some things ahead of time, it was just awesome! We had a wonderful, relaxed dinner!

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  22. My favorite Thanksgiving memory would have to be everyone sitting together watching football.

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  23. Fave memory is actually having a big family together for the holiday.

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  24. 2 years ago my entire family came to my home for Thanksgiving dinner. We had a wonderful meal and played games and my nephew played the guitar and we all sang songs.

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  25. Just spending time with my family and all of our forever growing children. The fun games we play, jokes. We always have a great time.

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  26. My best Thanksgiving memories are from when I was teenager and my sister and I got to see all of our cousins. We always has so much fun hanging out in my grandmas basement. We are all adults now and we don't get to see each other much but at least we still have the memories.

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  27. My favorite Thanksgiving memory is helping my mom cook a feast every year!! I love cooking and we would have so much fun doing it together!

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  28. The year my father put 5 kernels of corn on our plate and recited this poem "Five Kernels of Corn by Hezekiah Butterworth"

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  29. My favorite memory is spending the holiday with all my family gathered at my parents house.

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  30. My favorite Thanksgiving memory was my daughter who is now 3's first Thanksgiving. She was only 4 months old but she loved the potatoes for dinner!

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  31. I so remember stealing the pie as all the ladies of my life were in the kitchen, i so wish we could all get together and cook like we used to and be a big happy family

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  32. My favorite Thanksgiving memory is of the last time I spent it with my family before my dad passed. We really miss him a lot.

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  33. All the Thanksgivings my late husband and I hosted for our family. Just remembering all the nieces and nephews growing up. Now they are all grown married and live all across the US. My parents are gone and my husband, but I still have my memories.

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  34. My favorite Thanksgiving memory is last year as our 4th grand kid come to join the family!

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  35. My favorite Thanksgiving memory is the time we had 23 people for Thanksgiving dinner as well as staying at our house for 4 days. What a great time!

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  36. My favorite holiday memories are from when I was a child. My Granny would prepare loads of food great desserts and ice tea. All my cousins and their families would come. It was so much fun. (The link on the wordpress entry wouldn't work I went to their blog and there wasn't anything there.)

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  37. My favorite memory was seeing family from all over the county come together on Thanksgiving. Sadly most of those family members have passed

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  38. Marnie G (Derrick Todd)November 13, 2015 at 4:38 PM

    My faorite memories of Thanksgiving are from when I was a kid --probably around 8 years old -- when I would get up really early with my mother to help her get the turkey prepped and in the oven. We would then make and prepare the side dishes. It was fun to do that while everyone was still sleeping.

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  39. When my Great Gram was still alive my whole family got together, Aunts, Uncles, Cousins. So many relatives came we had to go have dinner in the park on picnic tables. It was the last time the family got together as a whole and we had a blast. No fights, no bickering, no catty comments. Just good food and good memories.

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  40. My favorite memory was the last Thanksgiving I was able to share with my Father. He passed away 22 years ago and I was and still am, so thankful that he was my Dad. Miss him so very much during holidays!

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  41. Spending the day with family I don't normally see a lot

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  42. My favorite Thanksgiving memory is when my cousin (4 years younger than I) called to ask me how to cook the turkey my aunt and uncle had asked her to prepare. She hadn't thawed it, much less removed the innards, and it was just a couple hours before they expected to eat it. Too funny!

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  43. Pop made a tirkey when i was bout 4 ish. He cooked it so long ot was like the turkey from lampoons christmas movie.. Except it had meat inside so dry it was like particle board. He tried.. Still my favorite memory.

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  44. My favorite holiday memory is the year we spent going to Napa Valley for Thanksgiving , the weather and the scenery was just beautiful eating the holiday meal by a grand window watching the view of the vineyard . Thank you ! Danielle Fernandez dmferna79@yahoo.com

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  45. My favorite thanksgiving memory is spending it with my family as a child.

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  46. Every year going to grandmas house baking oatmeal raisin cookies together and enjoying a nice meal

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  47. My favorite Thanksgiving memory is when the whole family was able to make it home. We were all able to have dinner and be in eachothers company.

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  48. When my whole family got together

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  49. We have a very small family but my favorite Thanksgiving memory is my sons 1st Thanksgiving! We dressed him up in his cute Thanksgiving Day outfit and it was the first time we felt like a real family sitting around the table! We had something extra special to be thankful for that year. Thanksgiving is more than just about the meal it's about the people we get to share it with. It's a nice reflection of what truly matters and to be thankful for our many blessings throughout the year! May everyone have a beautiful Thanksgiving with their family and friends. Carrie

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  50. My favorite memory is winning the coin toss to be one oof thepeople that got to break the wishbone and then getting the longest side when it broke :)

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  51. Helping my dad cook is my favorite memory

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  52. Watching my deceased grandmother eating raw oysters while making dressing. All of the kids would pretend to gag.

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  53. My favorite Thanksgiving memory was all the times we celebrated with my family growing up. We would all get together and eat a huge delicious meal. :)

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  54. My favorite memory is when I spilled the gravy all over my aunt's tablecloth when I was younger - only because she has since passed and I miss when the whole extended family gathered around the table for Thanksgiving

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