Dubya USA Announces Facebook GiveawaysThursday, May 3, 2012 | 3:35 PM
Dubya Announces “Thank Dubya it’s Friday” Facebook Giveaways Beginning May 4th
- Dubya USA has announced that they will begin holding “TDIF” giveaways every Friday on their facebook page at www.facebook.com/dubyausa.
- All fans that “like” Dubya’s page will be eligible to win. No purchase is necessary to enter.
- Winners will be chosen at random, and will receive prizes ranging from Dubya products to autographed memorabilia from Dubya sponsored teams and partners.
- The first TDIF giveaway will be held on May 4th.
Orange, Calif. - Dubya USA has announced that they will begin holding “Thank Dubya it’s Friday” giveaways on their facebook page every Friday beginning May 4th. Winners will be selected at random from the list of fans that “like” the Dubya fan page at www.facebook.com/dubyausa. No purchase is necessary to enter.
“We first brought the TDIF idea to just a few of our partners, but they liked it so much that we ended up expanding the giveaways to include things like autographed Shift jerseys, Matrix mats, and other items,” said Dubya founder Kristin White Anderson. “It's pretty cool that we are fortunate enough to have so many people excited to work with us, and be a part of this fun program.”
Prizes can include anything from Dubya product, to autographed memorabilia from Dubya sponsored teams and partners. The winner of Dubya’s first TDIF giveaway will receive a prize pack from Hart and Huntington including hats, t-shirts and more! Dubya will give away a new prize each week, so be sure to check back every Friday to see what prizes they are giving away!
For more information about Dubya’s products and services, visit their website at www.dubyausa.com. In addition to their facebook page, fans can find the latest news and updates by following Dubya on twitter at www.twitter.com/dubyausa.
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