Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Duck Butter on #gardenchat

Happy Season of Giving on #gardenchat!   We are all about giving on #gardenchat sharing daily from our gardens. It is only appropriate that we feature the products that make it possible for us to grow better.  Be sure to join in the fun on the #gardenchat hashtag daily on Twitter for updates. 


Friday 12/09 @simmonsnatural is donating Duck Butter.  Please stop by their all natural site  
to see what they have for the gardener on your Christmas list.  


To qualify in this drawing that will take place on 12/09/ 2011 follow the easy steps below: 


1.)  Be sure to follow @TheGardenChat and @Simmonsnatural and tweet out :  Season of Giving on #gardenchat http://twurl.nl/f75t17 @TheGardenChat @SimmonsNatural'

2.)  Comment on this blog and share who you would give this all natural product to if you are the winner.

3.) Follow the #gardenchat tweets on Friday 12/09/2011 to see if your name is picked at 10 p.m. ET

4.) Name drawn at 10 p.m. ET must send shipping information to @theGardenchat or @BG_garden by Midnight 12/09/2011 . 

* random.org is used to select the name from this blog post at 10 p.m. ET.  12/09/11 @TheGardenChat is not responsible for the product being donated to this event.  Winner must message @TheGardenChat their shipping information by Friday 12/09/2011 MIDNIGHT in order to receive this item.  IF we do not receive your shipping information at that time you are will forfeit the product.

Questions or Concerns ?  Please leave a comment on our blog post and we will respond as soon as possible.  Happy Season of Giving 2011!

10 comments:

Southern California Woman Rancher said...

Ah, I would keep this for myself in my line of work this would be a wonderful product for me... I could see purchasing more for the Elves that work for me here in #MooPooTea Ville !

Elizabeth A. Whitley said...

I would like to send it on to my relatives in Illinois. They have very dry winters and it seems Duck Butter could be a soothing solution.

Justin Davidson said...

I would give it to one of my Farmer friends. Dry hands is an occupational hazard.

SolakNC said...

I'd give it to my wife, but probably steal a little from her on an 'as needed' basis :)

jchapstk said...

Once again, I would give it to my friend, Molly. No, I'm not confessing to anything here. She would love this stuff. Molly's my Rec and Parks go-to-"girl." We've been working together, greening Baltimore for more than 5 years now. She's my hero.

redneckrosarian said...

I would give it to my rose gardening friends who need to soothe calloused hands....

Sadie said...

I would share this with my mother in law (avid gardener.)
sadiebeery at hotmail dot com
@OhioCatfish

David Moffitt said...

I have a friend who runs CNYplantcycle on yahoo groups, and her hands are so bad she wears gloves just talking to people. Her husband is in a cancer center for brain cancer, and lost her home. I am sure she would appreciate the gesture

Anonymous said...

I'd definately give it to my daughter in Seattle. It's a Christmas tradition to get some treatment for her winter dry hands - this would be awesome! @GoodGrenGuru

Lisa S said...

I will give this to my best friend, and then ask if I can try some!