Thursday, August 25, 2011

Llarowe's Honoring Fallen Soldiers Glitter Gal Giveaway

Leah Ann, aka Llarowe, our new US Glitter Gal supplier is having a giveaway (and a sale) in honor and remembrance of the soldiers lost in the helicopter crash earlier this month. Here are the details:

"The helicopter crash in Afghanistan killed soldiers, fathers, husbands, sons and friends. The members of the military and their families make extraordinary sacrifices for our freedom and deserve our support. Being from a military family I know first hand the sacrifices that these families endure with selfless service to our country.

I will be giving away a set of the Glitter Gal Red, Light As A Feather (white) and Marine Blue to honor these fallen soldiers and their families. This will be a random drawing to be held on September 11, 2011. On the same day, as a tribute to these fallen soldiers and their families, 50% of all sales of Glitter Gal Red, Marine Blue and Light As A Feather on or my Ebay site llarowe, will be donated to the following organization to benefit the families of these soldiers:

Thank you so much for your support and God bless our soldiers and their families for their sacrifices for our freedom!"

Click here to enter the giveaway!

Please note: This is not my giveaway; if you have questions or issues regarding your entry, please contact Llarowe. In order to enter the giveaway, you must click the Contest Machine like above and enter your name and email address. Commenting on this post doesn't count as an entry, so if you want to have a chance in the drawing, be sure to enter via the link!

Llarowe's giveaway is open to everyone worldwide and the winner will be drawn at random.


  1. Thanks so much for posting this Scrangie!

  2. What a good cause. And I never tried this brand's polishes. Just took a look and my jaw dropped. Gorgeous!

  3. Thanks so much for posting this. Fab cause. I am also going to go to her eBay store. Did not know she had one.

  4. Thank you so much for posting this. I think it's awesome that they're honoring our fallen soldiers, and today has already been a day of reflection for me as I knew soldiers that were killed in action in Afghanistan 2 years ago and in Iraq 4 years ago. God bless our troops.


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