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#SwagsGiving – Potpourri of Swag

The fifth prize in my Swag Bag for SwagsGiving is a Potpourri of Swag that I have accumulated over the years. There is a PortaPocket (aff link), Word-Lock (aff link), AmpedMedia notebook, the book Greetings from Bury Park: A Memoir (aff link) by Sarfraz Manzoor, a Guppy Media Games rocket, a Posterous keychain bottle opener, and a book iPhone: The Missing Manual (aff link) by David Pogue. These items will all be placed inside a MarketHealth.com Bag. I received these items from various conferences over the years. Congratulations to Deb – Mom of 3 Girls.

About the prizes: This is a complete bag of swag, it has a little of everything.

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About SwagsGiving!

SwagsGiving is happening each day from November 1 to November 30th. Each day I put up a new SwagsGiving post explaining how to participate. The post will also have an announcement of the previous day’s winner plus what the person won. Here’s the twist. You won’t know what you are winning until it is announced. I have prizes from Seagate, Kodak and Toy State as well as books, and various other prizes. So, here are the rules. Please read the rules carefully and follow them, if they are not followed then your comment will be removed at the time of selecting a winner.

Today is your fifth chance to enter to win a prize from my SwagsGiving event. Remember to come back each day to see if you won and to enter for the next day’s SwagsGiving Prize.

There are 5 Ways to Enter (Leave 1 SEPARATE Comment for EACH Entry). Each can be claimed daily.

  • 1 Entry – Mandatory to Enter – To enter the contest leave a comment on each day’s SwagsGiving post with your guess about what might be in my SwagsGiving Swag bag. Leave this as your FIRST comment.
    (If this is not done your entry will not count)
  • 1 Entry – Follow BenSpark on Twitter
    (Leave a Comment with your Twitter name)
  • 1 Entry – Follow SwagsGiving on Twitter
    (Leave a Comment with your Twitter name)
  • 1 Entry – Subscribe to BenSpark’s Personal Branding BootCamp
    (Leave a comment letting me know you signed up)
  • 1 Entry – Tweet about SwagsGiving… something like
    @BenSpark is clearing out his Swag Bag. Prizes abound during #SwagsGiving – Enter here http://bit.ly/dkmHs7
    (Leave a comment with a link to your tweet. Here is how to get that link to your tweet)

I will not respond to any comments so that I can run the Random.org numbers correctly. Any trackbacks are unapproved while I select the random winner and then re-approved after. Only legitimate entries are counted. You have until midnight EST to enter for that day’s prize. Once midnight EST. rolls around (or as early the next morning as possible) I will close the comments. Each morning at 9:00am the new #SwagsGiving post will go up. The winner will be notified via e-mail and will have 48 hours to reply with a U.S. Mailing address so that we can send the winner their prize. Contest is open to U.S. Only. Prizes will be mailed out at the end of the month. You may win more than once. Please enter every day on the SwagsGiving post for that day. Please only enter once, do not use multiple names to enter. Make it fair for everyone and don’t stack the deck.

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91 thoughts on “#SwagsGiving – Potpourri of Swag”

  1. Wow, thank you! What a great early birthday present. 🙂

    I’m still thinking there’s got to be something else from Seagate in there too, or I’m curious to see what the Kodak prize is!

  2. mandatory entry: I guess that in your bag o’ swag you have a key chain of some sort. It might even double as a bottle opener.

  3. Im hoping you have some more toys in your bag of swag,with 7 grandchildren I can use it for sure


  4. Hi Ben, Well, my guess is going to be the digital camera from Kodak. Being it’s the weekend that would be nice and plus nice weather coming up this week. Nice to meet you.

  5. Nice collection today… Wonder what’s leaving the SwagBag tomorrow. Maybe some movey-groovey worms? 🙂

  6. what an interesting assortment of items! This is a really neat thing you’re doing so thanks for that! . . .

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