What Papa Preached – Father’s Day GiveAway.

Hey Hey, we are doing a GIVEAWAY!!!!!

I’m a little short in the father department (mine passed away when I was 11) but I don’t want to miss out on all the father’s day fun! So, let me live vicariously through you!

In honor of Father’s Day this month, share your words of wisdom from your papa! We want to know what your papa preached!

Here is how it works:

  1. Mosey on over to Facebook or Instagram and like our page or follow our feed.
  2. Comment on the above picture with your papa’s favorite words of wisdom or your favorite one-liner to be entered. (Can be from your papa, or step-father or any father figure actually. Or if you’re a father yourself… what’s the advice you give your kiddos? Or plan to give your kids? You get the idea).
  3. Yes, you can enter on both Facebook and Instagram.
  4. On Monday, June 17th one random facebook entrant and one random Instagram participant will be chosen at random as a winner.
  5. Your prize? Besides me being all kinds of excited? You get a $159 gift card from Moink!

Rules… silly little rules…
Must be within our delivery area. (the United States and Washington, DC excluding Hawaii and Alaska).
One entry per account facebook or Instagram account.
No purchase necessary.
Winner will be notified via Facebook message or Instagram message.
Giveaway closes at 8:00 am CST on 06-17-2019

Purchase does not increase chances of winning.  This giveaway is in no way sponsored or endorsed by facebook or instagram. Void where prohibited. Our physical address is 13352 Ash Street, La Belle, MO 63447.
–  Must be a butterfly (Ok, not really, just checking to see if anyone reads these rules!)

 

 

 

 

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    Shari Griffin