Tuesday, February 3, 2015

YumEarth Organics Valentine Giveaway

YumEarth Organics Valentine Sweet Giveaway February 3-14, 2015 Open to US/Canada


Bringing You Moments To Celebrate



Sponsored by YumEarth Organized by Celebrate Woman Today



When it comes to delicious that doesn't compromise either your taste buds nor your health agenda, YumEarth candy treats are at the top of the market choice. No exaggeration. No gimmicks. No playing around with words. YumEarth means generous flavor, real juices from real fruit that grow on real treas without any pesticides. And for people who must have food Nut FREE, YumEarth is qualified to deliver – not only their candy treats are All-Nuts FREE. The factory equipment is FREE of any nut product processing as well. THAT what we call dedication to the Taste and respect for the Dietary concerns of the people who love your product. With the Valentine's Day nearing, we'd love to share the love of bursting flavor that YumEarth POPS and Gummy Bears and Sour Beans and Candy Drops can deliver on! One Winner would take an assortment of Organic YumEarth Valentine Candy home: To indulge and to share!

Prize – YumEarth Organic Assortment of Valentine Treats, $50 Value



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Ends at 11:59pm EDT on February 14, 2015

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18 comments:

  1. As a teenager, my boyfriend and I had no money so we went to a drugstore and looked for discounts and then rented a movie. A very cheap date :)

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  2. It would be the time that my husband and I made our own Valentine cards for each other.

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  3. It would be the time that my husband and I made our own Valentine cards for each other.

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  4. When my husband and I had a picnic indoors.

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  5. Most memorable was the birth of my first grandchild on Valentine's day 9 years ago.

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  6. I remember when I first started dating my now husband, he would serenade me with love songs. The best!

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  7. When I was in elementary school and 3 boys started a fight over me.. Oh the good old days lol

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  8. When I was in elementary school and 3 boys started a fight over me.. Oh the good old days lol

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  9. My husband asked me to marry him on Valentine's Day in 1979! Thanks!

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  10. the best one i remember was last year my husband put 20 dollars in an plain envelope and wrote happy valentines day and he put it on my desk, that was my valentines day,lol.

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  11. One year surprised me with a trip to Reno in a really nice hotel.

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  12. My husband blindfolded me and surprised me with a visit to the place we met and then where we had our first date.

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  13. My mother sent me sexy underwear and a heart shaped box of chocolates my first year at college. I still smile at that to this day.

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  14. Before my wife and I got married I bought her flowers and took her to dinner.

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  15. I like it when my husband cleans the house and cooks me dinner. Best Gift Ever…

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  16. When my husband bought me roses and made me a great dinner :)

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  17. I remember coming home from school when I was around 8 years old and seeing that my dad had brought me home pink carnations for Valentine's Day.

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