Posted by Mike in ContestsFeb 22nd, 2010 | 3 responses
Since I am moving towards video blogs instead of text articles, I am trying to build my YouTube followers.
I have a lot of gluten free sample products laying around. I am going to give them away to one of my YouTube Subscribers on March 15th, 2010.
Please subscribe to my YouTube Channel and leave a comment on this video. I will randomly pick one subscriber to receive the gluten free “goodie-box” on March 15th.
Posted by Mike in ContestsFeb 1st, 2010 | 31 responses
How would you like a FREE gluten free cheesecake delivered to your door? I have an easy way for that to happen!
The contest will run from February 1st to February 29th, 2010. The winner will be announced on March 1st.
If the word FREE didn’t get you excited enough, I’ll tell you a little about Earth Cafe’s cheesecakes:
You can also read my full review HERE from my order at Christmas.
No refined sugars
No harmful oils or fat
If you are a cheesecake lover and want to go ahead and order...
Posted by Mike in Contests, GF Product Review, MiscJul 22nd, 2009 | one response
I love contests and giving away free things!
Purchase a Gluten Free Bumper Sticker and you will be entered to win an iPod. We decided to use an increasing prize scale for this contest. The more awareness that is spread, the more we have to give back to the gluten free community. Each gluten free bumper sticker purchased gets you an entry into the drawing. Buy them for your friends and family!
The prize starts at a 1GB iPod Shuffle, increases to a just released 4GB iPod Shuffle, and ends with an 8GB iPod Nano. You will have your choice of color… but we recommend green! If we so...
Posted by Mike in Contests, Guest WritersJul 15th, 2009 | no responses
Here is Debra’s personal story via her answers to my list of gluten free questions for the Mary’s Gone Crackers contest.
1. What are your favorite restaurants? Are these different than before you followed the diet?
I’ve always liked different ethnic foods so many of the same restaurants are fine (e.g., Indian, Mexican, Japanese, Thai). I now also go to steakhouses since they tend to have the fewest dishes with gluten.
2. Are food industry workers knowledgeable about Celiac disease?
Not very many are but I always ask for recommendations from the chef and often the chef will even come out...