Ronda-isms Contest 2014 (Aug 25th-29th)

Enter for your chance to win a gift basket. Tell us which article or blog post on Ronda-isms.com is your favorite for a chance to win a gift basket from Shop Ronda-isms and Auntie Ronda’s Snack Mix. Gift basket includes: (1) one Ronda-isms “Failure is an Option” magnet; (2) one Ronda-isms “Invest in Yourself” magnet; (3) one Ronda-isms “Don’t Vag Block” magnet; (4) one 1 oz sample of Auntie Ronda’s Original (Regular) Snack Mix; (5) one 1 oz sample of Auntie Ronda’s Tropical Snack Mix; and (6) one 1 oz sample of Auntie Ronda’s Spicy Snack Mix.

Please note the allergen warning for Auntie Ronda’s Snack Mix – contains nuts.

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There will be two (2) Facebook.com/Rondaisms winners.

RULES FOR FACEBOOK ENTRY

1. Contest open to residents within the continental U.S.

2. Go to www.Facebook.com/Rondaisms

3. “Like” the page.

4. Post the following comment: “My favorite @Ronda-isms article/blog is (insert html article/post from Ronda-isms.com)”

Example: My favorite @Ronda-isms blog is http://ronda-isms.com/2011/12/snoopy-come-home-christmas-blues/

5. You may have more than one entry, so long as it has a different Ronda-isms.com article/post.

6. The comment that garners the most “likes” will receive a gift basket.

7. The comment that garners the most “shares” will receive a gift basket.

8. Facebook contest begins: Monday, August 25, 2014 at 12:01am EST.

9. Facebook contest ends: Friday, August 29, 2014 at 11:59pm EST.

10. Facebook winners will be announced Tuesday, September 2, 2014 on http://ronda-isms.com/. Winner must provide Ronda-isms.com with a valid U.S. address (no P.O./A.P.O. Boxes) within thirty (30) days of announcement to claim gift basket.

11. Failure to comply with all rules and instructions will result in disqualification.

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Ronda Lee
Founder, Editor-in-Chief
Ronda is an attorney, writer, and entrepreneur. She is a contributing writer for the Huffington Post. Originally from Chicago, she has lived in Los Angeles and New York. She loves to travel and is passionate about education equity, especially for first generation college students.