Wednesday, October 28, 2009

UPrinting.com Giveaway Stickers/Labels!

As the time draws closer for the reveal of the Foundation, three separate giveaways {be sure to check out the business card and brochure giveaways!} are being held thanks to UPrinting.com for their sponsorship! You may enter only one or all three! {If you do enter all three, and you happen to win more than one, I will provide you with the option of which item you want and will select another winner for the other item(s) as it would only be fair to have three separate winners.}

So, in continuing with the excitement of the Foundation becoming a reality, I am hosting a giveaway for 250 Stickers/Labels to one lucky winner! Who couldn't use extra address labels? Labels for books, movies, or CD's that have been loaned out... Shipping labels... Allergy labels... Business labels... Great for keeping kids occupied as well...

Are you a bit skeptical? Read what others think of UPrinting.com by visiting the Reviews Page on UPriting.com OR check out the reviews listed on Yelp.com!

To enter the giveaway, just leave a comment {you do not need an account to leave a comment} telling me how you would use your labels/stickers and be sure to include an e-mail address so I can reach you shall you be the winner. Giveaway will end November 1, 2009!

Giveaway Prize Details: 250 Stickers/Labels for One (1) lucky winner
Sizes: 2” x 3.5”, 2” x 4”, or 3” x 3”
Paper: 70 lb Label Matte
Specifications: Full color front, blank back; 4 Business Day printing
Shipping: FREE UPS Ground Shipping
Eligibility: Limited to US Residents due to shipping costs. We will negotiate better shipping rates soon.

I will also be receiving 250 Labels for hosting the giveaway! I am very excited to see the Foundation's logo and address on these labels! :-)

2 comments:

Lisa said...

I would use these labels for address labels! You can never have enough of these things - especially with the holidays coming up! Bills, notes, packages...I have friends and family all over the US so I use them a lot!!

squirrelgirl said...

I would make them into Miss K's very own address labels. She sends more cards than I do.