27 June 2009

Man! Now here's a contest!


As a sure sign that times is hard, Sub-Zero is sponsoring a Dream Kitchen sweepstakes with a grand prize worth $50,000. Never in a million years would I have guessed that Sub-Zero would some day have a sales promotion of any kind, let alone a give away. But this is no ordinary sweepstakes. As with everything else they touch, they are doing this in a big way. The lucky winner of this random drawing will receive:

A Sub-Zero BI-30UG Glass Door Refrigerator/ Freezer, a Wolf 30" Gas Range and a 30" Wolf Ventilation Hood.


And if that weren't enough, the winner will get a Sub-Zero 424 Wine Chiller.


Then, they're throwing in $5,000 worth of Kohler fixtures.


And $5,000 in Ann Sacks Tile.


Three walnut swivel counter stools from Maguire.


A Shansi dining table from Baker.


Two Guild arm chairs from Baker.


Four Guild side chairs from Baker


And if all of that weren't an embarrassment of riches already, the winner will receive a years' delivery of Fiji water and 48 bottles of wine from Uncorked.com.

As I said originally, Sub-Zero does everything in a big way.

This contest is only open to folks who live in the contiguous United States and the District of Columbia. Sorry Canadian, European, Hawaiian, South American, Asian, Australian and New Zealand readers. Did I miss anyone?

So Lower 48ers, you have until August 15th to sign up for this things so get on it. All you need to do is register. There's no test or tasks involved, just register.

4 comments:

  1. Great giveaway......DA*N!
    Good luck to those who are elegible and enter the contest.
    -Brenda from the Great White North CANADA-

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  2. I felt a bit strange in writing that post. At least 40% of my readers don't live in the continental US. I'll have to run a Canada-only contest some time.

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  3. CRAP!!! I would SO enter this contest if I was eligible 8-(

    Yes, a Canada-only contest would be great!!!

    Kelly, also from the Great White North and up the street from Brenda!!

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  4. SandraSigmon19@yahoo.com26 August, 2010 01:47

    Too Late??? This would be an answered prayer, and a dream fulfilled!! My husband and I are building a home, rather conservatively, because of previous medical challenges. There are just so many blessings that one can get, though! I would be ecstatic, but my husband's health/recuperation makes me know I am already blessed.

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