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I Need a Response From My Neighbors

Hey neighbors!

I need a response on this one.  I am still working on adding a few more things to the Spring Surprise Box, but I want to see if you are interested in having me do one of these again.  I am thinking of doing 3-4 a year and I want to know if this is something worth doing?  I would run it for a month, just like this one and randomly add products throughout the month.  At the end of the month a winner would be chosen and I would then mail the box out.  I personally am enjoying doing this, but I want to see how much interest there is.  Leave a comment here letting me know what you think.  I will base my decision on the response I see here.

Also there are some really nice reviews and giveaways coming up.  Plow and Hearth, RewardTAB, Novica, and some more.  Be sure to stop by regularly for our visits At the Fence so you won't miss anything.

Have a great day, and see you soon, At the Fence!

Comments

Darlene said…
I personally enjoy this kind of giveaway, its fun to see what is added next.
BethElderton said…
I think it's a fun idea :)
D Cheatle said…
I like the idea of a monthly box. I also really like the way you've done posts as you've put items in the box.
It's fun!
tawndam said…
I like it... there's something about finding treasure in a box of stuff... ;-)
Danielle S said…
I think this is a fun idea. I am entered and hoping to win.
janetfaye said…
Yes please do more of this type of giveaway!
Nancy said…
This sounds like fun!

Nancy
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DEBIJOT said…
I think it is a great idea. Everyone loves a box full of goodies to share with family and friends. Also, if it turns out to be a lot of products - you may devide it into 2 boxes for 2 winners each month.
ShellyH said…
I say YES...it's been fun and we all like surprises
scottsgal said…
surprise gift boxes are so fun - I'd love for you to continue with these
andrea v said…
I like the surprise box.
carolynishis said…
Sounds awesome to me!
Coolestmommy said…
I like it and hope you will continue to do them. Fun idea!
rubynreba said…
I like the idea of putting things in the box like you have been doing! I wish I had more time to enter. I don't always get to enter as much as I'd like to.
Angie Bailey said…
I really enjoy these types of giveaways and would love you doing them more often. There is always something for everyone in these types of boxes and they are always fun.

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