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Father's Day Giveaway Event Sign ups now closed :O(


It's time to give back to DAD! Sponsored by: Route 249 Mom Does Reviews Jackie's Reviews,Mom To Bed By 8 and Mom Blog Society
Sign Up will run from April 14-May 14
It is open to both US & Canada
The giveaway will run May 15th, 12:01 until May 31st 12:01
1 winner will receive their choice of the gas grill or Paypal Cash Value 129.00
&
$100 Gift Certificate to Omaha Steaks
This Fiesta gas grill is spacious enough to meet your grilling needs. It is suitable for preparing a meal for up to four people. With this grill, you will enjoy cooking your favorite meals outdoors.
Fiesta 25,000 BTU 2-Burner Gas Grill with Side Burner, Blue:
  • Porcelain-coated cooking grid
  • 260 sq. in. primary cooking area
  • 175 sq. in. chrome-plated warming rack
  • Two stainless steel burners with 25,000 BTU cooking performance
  • 10,000 BTU side burner
  • Porcelain/steel heat tents vaporize drippings and reduce flare-ups
  • Spacious, weather-resistant side shelves
  • Fiesta gas grill features porcelain-enameled, steel-top lid and base
  • Easily assembled cart
  • Color: Blue
  • Fiesta gas grill model #BP26035-024BL

Comments

LOVE MELISSA:) said…
That is so cool that you make your own! You are my role model!

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