Silly Costume Contest Twitter Finale Party & Giveaway
Join Cardstore.com for a virtual Twitter Party on October 27th from 5-6PM PST to reveal the winner of our Silliest Halloween Costume contest! Will it be the Robot Boy, the Baby Gnome, or the Oompa Loompa Crew, perhaps? Check out the photo album to vote for your favorite. The winner will be chosen based on the most number of ‘likes’ and comments on the official blog post, as well as by our expert panel of judges. Have a silly costume photo? You still have until Monday October 26th to enter your photo to email@example.com.
During the party, we’ll announce the winner of our Costume contest, give away over $300 worth of prizes (including gift cards from Barnes and Noble, Blockbuster and Olive Garden as well as an exclusive Cardstore.com holiday stationery set), and offer helpful tips for making the best out of your Halloween night, including preventing a candy coma, and what you can do with your leftover jack-o-lanterns.
You also have the chance to win more great prizes by entering the Silly Costume Contest Giveaway!
-2 Kohls gift cards for $50
-2 Olive Garden gift cards for $30
-1 Blockbuster gift card for $10
1. Leave a blog comment here on your favorite silly costume entry
2. Become a fan of Cardstore.com on Facebook and leave a comment here
2. Follow Cardstyle on Twitter and leave on a comment here
3. Tweet about the party and leave a comment here
4. Tweet with the hashtag #CSSilly any time before 7pm PST on Tuesday, October 27th
Winners will be chosen via Random.org and revealed the following day, October 28th, on the Cardstyle blog. All entries must be completed by 7pm PST on October 27th.
Twitter Party Details:
You’re invited to: a Cardstore.com Twitter Party
Why: to reveal the winner of Cardstore.com’s Silliest Halloween Costume Contest, and win great prizes!
When: October 27th, from 5-6PM PT
Where: on Twitter (You will need to have a twitter account, it is extremely simple to sign up!)
How: Follow the #CSSilly hashtag (You can use services like TweetChat or TweetGrid to follow the conversation)