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Twitter $100 Cash Blast!


Who could use some quick CASH?
Continuing Madame Deal's 3rd Blog Birthday celebration, we're giving you 100 Reasons to Tweet!!
That's right, you can enter to WIN $100 PayPal CASH!
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Thank you to our Hosts for helping out with this great event:
To Enter, all you need to do is follow my friends and I on Twitter. The more you follow the more entries you'll get!
We've made it pretty easy for you to enter so get to it! You can do them all at once or some each day!
Giveaway will run from April 21st 12:01 am EST - April 30th 11:59 pm EST.
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Comments

Unknown said…
if I won the $100, I'm sure I'd end up spending it on craft supplies :p
Terri said…
I'd purchase a digital camera, probably a Canon Powershot Elph.
tmp95 at comcast dot net
I'd spend on advertising our blog!
Kristyn said…
i would pay off some bills!
I would put it towards our summer trip
Fichter said…
I'd donate 50% it to a local charity AIDS Saskatoon and spend the other 50% on chocolate almonds and coffee.
Aurora04 said…
If I were to win $100, I would put it aside to take the kids on a mini weekend away.
Erika said…
I would use it to get a new Kindle! Thanks!
Jolene said…
I would put it towards bills we are behind on.
taznjade at gmail dot com
Melanie Payne said…
I would buy myself a Kindle :)

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