Twitter KitchenAid Giveaway from BakeSpace.com
If you follow our @bakespace Twitter stream you may have noticed that we’ve been hosting a month-long KitchenAid Appliance-a-Day Giveaway on BakeSpace.com (the food social network and recipe swap) all through February. And now we’re adding a series of special Twitter-only giveaways to thank our followers on Twitter who have joined BakeSpace and become part of our community.
WHAT YOU CAN WIN:
TWO KitchenAid Blenders!
That’s right, one lucky person who follows BakeSpace on Twitter will win two blenders. That means if you’re the winner, you’ll get one blender for yourself and one for your favorite Twitter follower.
HOW TO ENTER:
1) Follow @bakespace
2) Tweet the following message:
@bakespace, I want to win TWO #KitchenAid blenders – 1 for me & 1 for my favorite follower @add follower’s Twitter name. http://bit.ly/pEDXg
BONUS: If we make it to 8,000 Twitter followers before March 1st, we will add another Twitter-only giveaway for a KitchenAid slow cooker… if we make it to 10,000 we’ll add a KitchenAid Stand Mixer into the mix to celebrate!
PICKING A WINNER:
The winner will be selected at random and announced on March 1st on Twitter and this blog. Both the Twitter-only giveaway and BakeSpace’s month-long KitchenAid Appliance-a-Day Giveaway end on Saturday, February 28th!
GIVEAWAY RULES (aka the fine print):
There is no cost to participate.
You must have a Twitter account to participate.
You must complete steps one and two (see above) for your Twitter post to count.
@BakeSpace is not responsible for lost tweets due to Twitter.com’s service, your internet connection or tweet provider. Nor will @BakeSpace acknowledge receipt of your tweet.
One prize will be delivered to each person (the nominator and the nominee). Only one winner per household.
You may not nominate yourself.
If it is discovered that a participant used bogus Twitter accounts, that participant will be disqualified and the nominations won’t count.
We have the right to end the giveaway if we find it has become corrupt by human error or technical issues beyond our control.