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Fathers Day BackYard BBQ Bloggers Event

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Free blogger event for Fathers Day!! Are you a blogger? Sign up now!!
It's time to give back to DAD! Sponsored by: Route 249 Mom Does Reviews Jackie's Reviews and Mom Blog Society
Sign Up will run from April 14-May 14
It is open to both US & Canada
The giveaway will run May 15th, 12:01 until May 31st 12:01
1 winner will receive their choice of the gas grill or Paypal Cash Value 129.00
This Fiesta gas grill is spacious enough to meet your grilling needs. It is suitable for preparing a meal for up to four people. With this grill, you will enjoy cooking your favorite meals outdoors.
 
Fiesta 25,000 BTU 2-Burner Gas Grill with Side Burner, Blue:
  • Porcelain-coated cooking grid
  • 260 sq. in. primary cooking area
  • 175 sq. in. chrome-plated warming rack
  • Two stainless steel burners with 25,000 BTU cooking performance
  • 10,000 BTU side burner
  • Porcelain/steel heat tents vaporize drippings and reduce flare-ups
  • Spacious, weather-resistant side shelves
  • Fiesta gas grill features porcelain-enameled, steel-top lid and base
  • Easily assembled cart
  • Color: Blue
  • Fiesta gas grill model #BP26035-024BL

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