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Winners of the Back To School Giveaways!

First, let me say a big thanks to everyone for stopping by and entering!  It has been a blast!  Thank you to our wonderful sponsors as well!


Your entry comments were great to read.  Here are a few highlights:

Kristi B said... I'd love to win this because my sons share a bedroom and my oldest could realllyyy use this trunk so his little brother couldn't get into some of his stuff.
missysweepsalot said... I would love to win this a high school teacher. I see a lot so students whose parents don't support them going to college and I could gift it to my grads who are making it on their own.
Tamara B. said... I would love to win for my children to help make the going back to school more exciting.
Amanda Welling said... I would love to win because I am a mom and a student and things get hectic this time of year. It would be nice to treat myself!

And without further adieu.....

Winner of Prize Pack #1 (Teens - Off to College!) is Dina Kocsa!!!
Winner of Prize Pack #2 (Kids - First Day Jitters!) is Kristi Blackstone!!!
Winner of Prize Pack #3 (Moms - Summer's Finally Over!) is Selena Stewart!!!

Congrats to our winners! You should all receive a notification email.


XOXO, Michelle said…
congrats to the winners!
XOXO, Michelle said…
congrats to the winners!

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