Time for the July giveaway! What better way to enjoy summer that firing up the barbie on a hot day and cooking up some delicious meals without over-heating your house? I’m going to pull the girl card here, and admit that I don’t know the first thing about choosing a grill. So I called on some manly-men to give their approval of this Weber gas grill.
I think it’s pretty, and the dudes (and Amazon reviews) say it’s a good one. That works for me.
Juicy grass fed steaks and burgers, tasty shrimp kabobs, grilled corn (non-GMO, of course), and grilled summer peaches with a scoop of homemade ice cream. What will you grill first if you win the Weber gas grill?
How to Enter to Win the Weber Ducane Gas Grill
To enter to win, here’s what you need to do:
Simply use the Rafflecopter widget below.
You MUST be signed up for my weekly newsletter to be eligible to win, so be sure to check your email to confirm your subscription. (I promise not to spam you!)
Rafflecopter will guide you, but you will also receive BONUS ENTRIES if you:
- Hop over to check out the grill here – then come back and tell us in the comments what you’ll make first if you win
- Like Holistic Squid on Facebook
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- +1 the contest post on Google + (button at the bottom of this post)
The contest runs through the last Friday of the month (July 26th, 2013) at midnight EST. The winner will be announced on Saturday July 27th, 2013 on the Holistic Squid blog and the winner will have 30 days to claim the prize.
The contest is available to readers worldwide. If you live outside of the U.S. and win, you will receive an Amazon gift certificate in the amount of the prize.
Be sure to check back on July 27th to see if you won – Good luck!
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