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Winners Row 2013

Happy New Year!

May 2014 be filled with all your heart's desires.

This is just a little PSA regarding our blog give-away format for this year. We've personally funded these prizes for the last year and enjoyed your comments and feedback. You've taught us so much and we can't thank you enough. Our aim is to continue you bring you quality, relevant information to assist you in your purchasing decisions.
This year, instead of monthly give-aways we'll host them quarterly. This will give us time to amass even more great products for you to try. As a bonus, we will have two winners each time so more of you get a chance to share in the love.
We trust that this new format will meet your approval and we welcome any suggestions.

Now that that spot of business is out of the way, here's a recap of last year's lucky ladies:

Lisa, prize winner of give-away no. 1

Lawanda, prize winner of give-away no. 2

Charlene, prize winner of give-away no. 3

Racquel, prize winner of give-away no. 4

Leann, prize winner of give-away no. 5

Ronelle, prize winner of give-away no. 6

Alison, prize winner of give-away no. 7


Natalie and Elizabeth, winners of give-away no. 8

The pleasure has been ours.

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