Sunday, May 20, 2012

Dad’s Backyard Oasis Father’s Day Giveaway Event Sponsored by Black & Decker ($500+ RV)!

Welcome to the Dad’s Backyard Oasis Father’s Day Giveaway Event!



DAZZLE YOUR DAD ON FATHER’S DAY!

This year, Black & Decker is making Father’s Day extra special for one lucky dad or granddad by offering an amazing prize pack full of everything he will need to create an oasis in his own backyard for summer-long grilling, entertaining and good ol’ relaxing fun!


CHECK OUT THESE AWESOME PRIZES:

TOTAL VALUE: $500+

Just think of the smile you'll put on Dad's face when you hand over these amazing prizes!


A huge THANK YOU to our sponsor, BLACK & DECKER, for offering these fantastic prizes!


* SPECIAL OFFER: *
Can’t wait to win? Black & Decker is offering all entrants a special 10% discount + FREE shipping on the purchase of items included in the Black & Decker’s Father’s Day Gift Guide. So get your orders in for Dad, and be ahead of the game when Father’s Day rolls around. Use code: FATHER10 at checkout.

EVENT DATES: This event will run from May 20th at 12:01 pm. EST to June 3rd at 11:59 pm. EST.

Now head on down to the Rafflecopter form below and get your entries in because you can’t win if you don’t enter!



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20 comments:

  1. Anonymous12:06 AM

    When my dad took us fishing when my kids wre little

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  2. I remember when I was about 7, my dad knew I like pizza and the old tv show called The Red Skelton Show. One night , I believe it was a Saturday and he told my mom he would be right back and he went to this little pizza shop and got me a small pepperoni pizza and came home and we watch the Red Skelton Show. I am almost 60 years old and it seems just like yesterday. Great Memories!
    kat_emerick@yahoo.com

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  3. Mine is my husband's first Father's Day. Our son was six months old and we had a picnic on the beach!

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  4. Going fishing with my dad

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  5. I didn't exactly get along with my step-father, so don't remember participating in Father's Day

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  6. Last year was the best Father's Day ever...it was my husband's first year as a Dad. We spent the whole day together on the water with the baby.

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  7. When we were but tiny children and our father won father of the year from Ebony mag. I couldn't have been more than 4 or 5 I can remember dads face beaming with pride over his 9 children 8 girls dressed alike and his one handsome son.

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  8. going to the beach for a picnic with my dad when I was little

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  9. Spending it with my grandfather, who was like my dad.

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  10. Every Father's Day is pretty much the same since I've been little, we always have a big family get together, which is always a good time!
    (Virginia Rowell)

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  11. Going to the beach with my Dad

    felecia@twinoaksfl.org

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  12. Well, having a father who was a over-the-road trucker for all of my childhood years, anytime we could be together on Father's Day was special for me.

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  13. The Fathers Day I gave my dad a card with a picture of my daughters sonogram in it..telling him he was going to be a granddad!
    Crystal W

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  14. Spending Father's Day with my Grandad before he passed
    masugr at yahoo dot com

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  15. As a child I always went to men's day at my grandfather's church. I hated it kinda but it meant so much to him that it made it all worth it.

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  16. jericawm@yahoo.com

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  17. My husband's first Father's Day. He was just so tickled to be a dad.

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  18. Going to the lake with my dad every weekend as a child. marine.mom42@hotmail.com

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  19. Giving my day Whopper's or Peanut M & M's and then helping him eat them!

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  20. When I was about 7, I used my little allowance to buy my Dad a present for the first time. I think it was a junkie little plastic statue, but he was pleased and I was very happy.

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