Reader Reward Contest Update – New & Improved Edition

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At the end of September, I announced a new reader reward contest.  The prizes include an awesome Hawaiian music CD by Iz, handmade pineapple scented candle, wooden surfboard book mark, dashboard swaying hula dancer, Hawaiian pictorial 2008 calendar, book for Hawaii visitors, Hawaiian shirt sticky note pad, and a selection of leis.  All the prizes are shown in the photo above. 

As you may recall, the entry requirements were simple.  All you have to do is be a free subscriber via RSS or e-mail then watch for a secret message at the bottom of a post.  Once you see the secret message, you can use this easy contact form to send me secret message. Those requirements remain the same.  Just to make the contest just a bit more fun, I’m going to be issuing more than one secret message periodically between now and November 15th.  Each new secret message that you send me will result in an entry.  So, you can have one new entry for each new secret message. 

As a thank you to the nice Bloggers who blog about the contest, they will get an entry for blogging about the contest.  So far, these are the Bloggers who have mentioned the contest:

(Please comment below if you have blogged about the contest and I’ve accidentally missed it.)

I hope you’ll find the contest to be fun.  I know I do!  The contest ends November 15th.  Good luck and thank for reading!


About Sheila Beal

Sheila Beal is the founder and editor of Go Visit Hawaii. You can connect with Sheila Beal on Twitter, Go Visit Hawaii on Facebook, or Sheila Beal on Google+.

15 comments

  1. Thanks for the linky love! Always happy to blog a contest for you or someone else.

    Besides… that prize pack is too cool not to blog about it. You can just go ahead and send it to my house! lol I won’t complain. 😀

  2. LOL, Laura!
    I certainly appreciate you sharing the contest with your readers!

  3. Don’t wait to enter when you see the secret message. I won Sheila’s last contest! Great prize. I think I gained 10 pounds from the Macadamia nuts. 🙂 My little Hula dancer sits on my desk at work to keep me thinking of the Aloha Spirit. Thanks again to Sheila for the great information on the Blog. I have set up a folder to save all the information on Hawaii that you have passed along.

    Island Bound in Oct. 2008
    Paul (North Carolina)

  4. Paul – Thanks for encouraging words! Sorry that the mac nuts have not been kind to your scales. 🙂 They tend to do the same thing to me, too. 🙂

  5. I just posted about the contest. I had been meaning to do that and kept forgetting with the new project I have been working on.

    Great prizes this time. My eyes are peeled for the messages.

    http://me-lace.blogspot.com/2007/10/hawaii-fun.html

  6. Thanks a bunch, Lace! That’s one entry for you so far and I know you’ll see the secret messages for even more entries. Good luck and thanks for reading!!

  7. Wow, thanks!

    I just wanted everyone to know what an awesome blog you have. 🙂 I love to read it and I know others will too.

  8. You are too kind, Kathleen! Thank you so much!

  9. Thanks for the link love and entry Sheila, but if I win, please pull out a second winner and give the prize to him or her. I am already privileged enough to live in Hawaii, and want someone who would be really thrilled to receive something from here:)

  10. Hi, I just linked your contest in on my sidebar. :o)

  11. Woo Hoo! I just know I’m going to win this time! *wink*

  12. HVG – no problem. I just realized how funny it would be if you won the prize, especially since you made the candle that’s included. 🙂

    Shana & Caryn – I really appreciate you sharing the contest with your readers!!

    Kailani – Good luck! 🙂

  13. Aloha Maui Blog and mahalo for sharing the contest with your readers!!

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