Tuesday, April 07, 2009

Tie Buddies - Giveaway



Last week I posted about how great Tie Buddies are! They are awesome in case you don't check back to my link.

Guess what?

The powers that be over at Tie Buddies are going to give a set to one of my lucky readers.

How awesome is that?


Now for the Giveaway Details:

Prize Description: One lucky reader will win either a boy or girl set of Tie Buddies

How to Enter: Visit Tie Buddies then come back and tell me one thing you learned from their informative website and if you want a set for a boy or a girl. (If this rule is not followed you will be disqualified).

Deadline: April 21, 2009 by Midnight

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A winner will be chosen by Random.org and notified within 2 days. You will have 3 days to claim your prize or another winner will be chosen.

59 comments:

  1. Anonymous10:15 PM

    These cute, kid-friendly devices act as easy pull-tabs for small hands, taking messy loops out of the equation

    luckydolls123[at]verizon[dot]net

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  2. Anonymous10:16 PM

    Blog follower

    luckydolls123[at]verizon[dot]net

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  3. The product makes it fun for kids to try by themselves. The characters and colours sure are great bonus

    I'm a subscriber

    juan_hurrican(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  4. Forgot to say, I'd like a set for a girl

    juan_hurrican(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  6. I would love the girl one. This is recommended by kindergarten teachers.

    Email subscriber

    Follower

    Thanks! yzgirl4[at]verizon[dot]net

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  7. i learned that nnce s/he’s got the shoe-tying down, Tie Buddies can assist your kid in tying a more secure knot.

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  8. I leanred a Mom invented these!

    "Tie Buddies™ was born in January 2007 by inventor and mother of two, Wendy Welling."

    I would like the boy set.

    I am a subscriber and a follower!

    dbkagrayson20002 at gmail dot com

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  9. This product is teacher recommended. I would like one for girls. Thanks.

    gahome2mom at gmail dot com

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  10. teacher recommended. mverno@roadrunner.com

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  11. They are pull tabs and I would like them for a girl.

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  12. I need a set for a boy.This product is recommended by kindergarten teachers.

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  13. Anonymous6:59 PM

    They keep the laces more secure once tied. I would love a "boy" set!

    Thanks for the giveaway!

    bsby100 at gmail dot com

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  14. kindergarten teacher recommended, the characters and devices make it fun for little hand to learn to tie their shoes.

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  15. I learned that these were invented by a mother of two who was inspired by her own children learning to tie. I'd like a set for my nephew. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  16. recommend by K teachers, girls set please

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  17. jackie1501@frontiernet.net7:17 AM

    recommended by K teachers, they should know!

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  18. Tie buddies are reommended by kindergartin teachers. They also teach little ones a easy and fun way to tie thier shoes.

    tie buddies for boy.

    alicew@usa.com

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  19. I learned that these are recommended by kindergarten teachers. I would love to win for a girl. THank you
    tatertot374@sbcglobal.net

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  20. Kindergarten teachers recommend!! Thanks for the chance.
    mogrill@comcast.net

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  21. Tie Buddies offer children ages 3-9 the independence of tying their own shoes while quickly teaching them a method which is based around characters and stories depicted on the Tie Buddies themselves.

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  22. Kindergarten teachers recommend these. My little guy SURE needs this! He's almost done with 1st grade and just can't get the hang of tying his shoes.

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  23. Anonymous2:03 PM

    What a great idea!!! I've got to have them
    tdamore40@aol.com

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  24. They were created in Jan.2007. I would want the boys. tasardina@yahoo.com

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  25. Lesley10:01 PM

    They have 2 choices, but more are on the way. llas_27@yahoo.com

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  26. Andrea10:03 PM

    They are easy pull-tabs. rollnwheels16@yahoo.com

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  27. I learned they are recommended by kindy teachers. I'd love to win a boy set. Thanks.

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  28. I learned that the company began in January 2007 and I would love the boy ones for my son if I win. Thanks for the chance, justicecw@hotmail.com

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  29. I am an email subscriber. thanks, justicecw@hotmail.com

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  30. I am a follower. thanks, justicecw@hotmail.com

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  31. I learned that these cute, kid-friendly devices act as easy pull-tabs for small hands, taking messy loops out of the equation. I would get for a girl.

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  32. These cute, kid-friendly devices act as easy pull-tabs for small hands.

    ktgonyea at gmail.com

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  33. I learned that the most telling sign your child is ready to tie on their own is once they can complete a "tight" bow using Tie Buddies - this indicates they have enough control of the finger movements to complete strong tie. Girl set, please. Follower, on blog roll, got button, subscriber.

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  34. I would like a boy set. I found that they are kindergarten teacher recommended

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  35. This is recommended by Kindergarten Teachers. I choose one for the Girls. JeansandTs@hotmail.com

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  37. I learned that I need to get my son out of his cool Skechers Z-Straps if he's ever going to learn to tie his shoes. Yikes! I think he'd love to have the Race Car ones.

    I'm a subscriber via google reader.

    I'm a follower.

    Twittered: http://twitter.com/coriwestphal/statuses/1562255100


    coriwestphal at netzero dot com

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  38. I learned that a mother of two invented Tie Buddies after she saw her daughter struggling to learn to tie her shoes.

    I would like the Race Cars.

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  39. I like that they give step by step directions on how to learn how to tie. I would love the boy set. Thank you.

    candieluster(at)gmail(dot)com

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  40. There are two sets of Tie Buddies per package.

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  41. We're working on this skill right now. My dd would love the fairy and magic wand! I learned that you are not supposed to leave a loop above the tie buddy.

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  42. We would love the boy set. And I learned that this company was started by a mom of two.

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  43. Anonymous7:39 AM

    I love that it is made by a mom, and teacher recommended. I would love it in pink. Great giveaway.

    ashleyh8584@yahoo.com

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  44. I learned that the characters and devices make it fun for little hand to learn to tie their shoes!
    I follow your blog!
    I subscribe!
    I have your button!
    THanks for the chance!
    hawkgirl_16 {at} hotmail {dot} com

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  45. I learned that Tie Buddies was born in January 2007 by inventor and mother of two, Wendy Welling. I would choose the boy set.

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  46. I learned that "...with Velcro and slip-ons, the average age of children learning to tie has increased with some children learning as late as 9 or 10."
    I'd like a set for boys
    I'm a subscriber

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  47. Hi! I would love to have the girl's set! And I learned that Tie Buddies was invented by a mom! My favorite kind of product! :)

    Additional entries:

    I follow you!

    I am a subscriber via email!

    I follow you via Twitter and Tweeted your giveaway! https://twitter.com/annasmama0702

    Thanks for the opportunity :)

    annasmama0702@gmail.com

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  48. I'd like a set for a boy, and I learned that Tie Buddies were invented by a mom who was thinking there mst be an easier way to help her children learn to tie their shoes!

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  50. I learned that once the child gets old enough to tie their own shoes that the tie buddies can be put at a different point on the lace for decoration. I would choose the boys set.

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    I follow you on blogger.

    I am subscribed through Google reader.

    wordsmoveme(at)gmail(dot)com

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  51. Anonymous7:12 PM

    This was recommended by teachers.

    I need a boy set.

    I subscribe
    I follow.

    gabrielle

    gabriellebrkl@aol.com

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  52. The product makes it fun for kids to try by themselves. Please enter me for a boy :)

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  53. I'd like a set for boys. Tie Buddies act as easy pull-tabs for small hands, taking messy loops out of the equation. I'm a subscriber.

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  54. I'm a subscriber!

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  55. I learned that once the child gets old enough to tie their own shoes that the tie buddies can be put at a different point on the lace for decoration. I would choose the boys set.

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  56. I learned that this product was invented by a mom. Please enter me into the contest for the girl set. I subscribed by email. Thanks!

    ms.lilyk@gmail.com

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