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WEDDING GIFT CONTEST – FOR A PRIZE TO BE REMEMBERED
Posted by Iceculture inc on December 24, 2012
ENGAGED? PLANNING A WEDDING IN 2013?
PRIZE TO BE REMEMBERED!
Iceculture has a very special offer for those of you planning to get married in 2013. It’s a contest that will take less than five minutes of your time and could land you a wedding gift you’ll never forget – an elegant, crystal clear ice bar with your initials etched neatly into the front – a value of more than $3500 !
The ice bar will be delivered to your reception, set-up and then taken down after the event. And all the accessories such, as an acrylic drain reservoir, and special lighting are included.
Completing a simple form is all it takes. So click on the link below, enter now and give yourself a chance to enhance your big day. If you don’t take part, you cannot win.
*please see contest details
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