Yessir, got a hot one for you today! If you’ve been trying to get into the SOLD OUT Financial Blogger Conference next weekend, you get a chance to win a free ticket right now (a $200 value)! My friends over at TotBargains ended up not being able to go anymore, and they’ve reached out to me to give it away to someone who really wants to go (so nice of them – thank you!!). So if you’re *that* someone, here’s all you have to do to try and win it:
Write a short poem telling us why YOU should be the one to go over the others, and then put it in the comments below – that’s it! We’ll pick the winner in 24 hours, and then I’ll personally see your smiley little face next weekend in Chicago :) I’ll even throw in a hug. Now go go go! We want one of you to be able to use it!
PS: Phil (the organizer of the conference) is on standby waiting to xfer it into one of your names ;) It’s gonna be a fun one!
***THE WINNER!*** There was no way I was gonna manually choose this myself, cuz I want all of y’all to be there!, so we left it up to Mr. Random.org… and out of all 8 entries, the lucky winner it chose is…. Poem #3! Red!! I’ll be seeing your anonymous face soon! ;)
***For everyone else who entered, I’ll be emailing you something on the side. I don’t have any more free tickets to give out, but there may be another option for you ;) Stay tuned…
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