Saturday, May 23, 2009

Check out MomDot & Skip to my Lou Swingset Giveaway


MomDot and Skip to my Lou are hosting an amazing giveaway, hold on to your seats, Win a $3800 HomePlace Structures Swingset!!! I know another one, since I didn't win the last one ... did I mention I was the person below the winner! Yup one number off isn't that my life ... LOL.


So check out MomDot and Skip to my Lou along with the amazing sponsor HomePlace Structures who is giving away the $3800 MountainRange Swingset, including shipping to your US shipping address. Please read the giveaway information VERY CAREFULLY so you do not disqualify yourself.
About the Mountain Range Swingset you can win:
$3862.00 Complete Kit set - Finished product features 5’ x 5’ x 6’ deck, two 7’ swing beams, rock climbing wall, climbing net, ladder, slide, and numerous other features! This kit will be shipped to the winning customer’s residence within the continental U.S. Assembly is required; full-color assembly manual provided.
Experience outdoor living at its finest with HomePlace Structures custom Amish
crafted
outdoor products. Enhance your property with a stylish yet functional garden building, garage, or gazebo. For the kids, HomePlace Structures also offers exciting playhouses and playsets. Its line of play structures from Pinnacle Play
Systems
include the best, most innovative ways to have fun: towers and lofts, playhouse lofts, ships/castles, and combination units.
HomePlace Structures exists to provide a variety of structures that add comfort, enjoyment and function to properties nationwide – accenting homes, parks, businesses, and gardens. We customize playhouses, garden buildings, gazebos, garages and Pinnacle Play Systems for discriminating buyers across the United States, shipping from our base among the Amish of Lancaster County, PA.
Nestled in the rolling hills of southeastern Pennsylvania lives a quiet community of people. These folks, known to the outside world as "the Amish", have been building family heirlooms for over two centuries. The Amish, a deeply religious sect, are known world wide for their old-world craftsmanship. They drive horse and buggies and refrain from many "worldly trappings" such as electricity, telephones, and automobiles.

3 comments:

  1. I REALLY REALLY hope you win this one! ;-)

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  2. I would not have a place for this. I think your boys would have a great time.

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