The holidays are here, and to celebrate, we’ve got an incredible giveaway happening right now! The struggle can be real when it comes to trying to tell your family & friends the perfect gifts to get you during the holidays. We’ve decided to make it easy for you by adding a Wishlist feature to our site that you can share via almost any social media channel. To sweeten the deal, 3 lucky winners will win their entire wish lists. Seriously!
Here’s how to enter:
1. Login to your Design Aglow Account, or create one in a few simple steps here.
*Don’t skip this step! If you don’t login, we won’t know who to send the wishlist products to!
2. Peruse designaglow.com for any products you’ve had your eye on recently or that you know would tremendously help your business in 2016. (Looking for something that will keep you inspired all year long? Add a one year subscription to AGLOW Magazine to your Wishlist!) When you find something that strikes your fancy, simply click the “Add to Wishlist” button on the product page:
3. 5 BONUS POINTS*: Share it! Once you’re finished adding your products, share your list on Facebook or Pinterest with the hashtag #designaglowwishlist so your friends & family will know what to get their favorite photographer for the holidays.
*You’ll receive one entry for creating a wishlist on Design Aglow and FIVE bonus entries for sharing your wishlist on social media with the hashtag #designaglowwishlist.
P.S. - You can create multiple wish lists within your account. If you’d like to have a personal wish list and a wish list to share, you can easily make a second list just for the contest.
Good luck! Contest ends at 11:59pm PST on Tuesday, December 15th. Three lucky winners will be announced on Wednesday, December 16th, scoring EVERYTHING on their Wishlists!
UPDATE: Thank you to everyone who participated! Congratulations to our winners, Carina Thornton, Meagan Opel and Morris Goodwin.
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