I knew I wanted to commemorate Friday the 13th somehow, but I had no idea what I was going to do until one of HJ’s BFFs, Kimberley K, popped a note on HJ’s Facebook page this morning. She stopped by to say she was debuting her winning Camp Crystal Lake Crazy Dog T-Shirts tee today. (She won it in the Pick & Predict contest Crazy Dog sponsored for us earlier this year.)
Well, I shared a link on HJ’s Facebook page to Crazy Dog’s Camp Crystal Lake shirt and tagged them at the same time. Next thing you know they stop by and let me know that shirt (which I have been wanting and meaning to buy for a while now) is their featured $6.99 Daily Deal today! SHAZAM!
So I pop on over to snag one, and that’s when I see they also included their “WWJD” shirt in their Daily Deal today.
Yes! It’s only $6.99 too! I mean to tell you, those are some savvy marketers at that Crazy Dog T-Shirts! Anyway, so I’m buying myself both shirts.
But you know what? I’m feeling generous today. Seems like a good day for a spontaneous giveaway.
I’m going to buy either a Camp Crystal Lake or “WWJD” t-shirt for three (3) other people.
TO ENTER AND RULES
All you have to do is leave a comment by 4 p.m. CST TODAY telling me (a) which shirt you’d like and (b) which size you want.
**NOTE:** If you’re not comfortable leaving your size, email it to me firstname.lastname@example.org when you enter. That way if you win I’ll have it. (I ask this in case I can’t get in touch with you today in time to get your size & snail mail address to ship your t-shirt directly to you from Crazy Dog. At least then I can order and get the $6.99 price and I’ll just mail you the shirt.)
*IMPORTANT* If you don’t specify a size and I pick you and can’t get in touch with you to get your size, you’re getting an X-Large. If that’s too big or too small, well…too bad, so sad. You’re getting a free shirt and you should’ve followed the directions, so I don’t want to hear any complaints, dammit!
I’ll draw three winning names shortly after 4 p.m. If your name is drawn, you win!
This contest is open to everybody in every country. (No restrictions on residency this time.)
GOOD LUCK and Happy Friday the 13th!
Why does it have such a bad rap as an unlucky day anyway?