Our Annual Sale Starts NOW!!

Design Aglow Annual SaleHoliday Greetings and Happy New Year to our wonderful friends~ It's time to rev up your business for 2012. Design Aglow's Once Yearly Sale runs now through January 1st at 11:59pm (EST), making it easy to score fresh finds on the products you can't live without! We have so many new products to choose from and all are designed  to save time, make money, and freshen up your studio offerings and workflow for the new year! Enter coupon code "happy2012" at the end of your purchase to save 15%. (Valid on all products in the shop except gift certificates.) But that's not the only way to score sweet swag for a slick studio in the New Year. Keep reading to enter our Blinging in the New Year Contest and view prizes ($150 Design Aglow store credit). Blinging in the New Year Must-Follow Rules of Radness: 1. Share. From Dec. 26 through Jan. 1 (at 11pm EST), post about Design Aglow's Once Yearly Sale on your favorite social media platform (Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Flickr, Pinterest, etc.) or your blog. Sample status update: ”Photographers, check out Design Aglow's Once Yearly Sale...it's today! http://www.designaglow.com!” 2. Represent. Note: You must grab the link to your comment and paste it in the comments section of this post to be eligible (scroll to the bottom of this post where you see, “Leave a Comment.” Easy peasy). Check the comments box below to see how others are doing it! Remember: You must link to http://www.designaglow.com in your tweets, posts or status updates to be counted in the contest. All links will be checked to see if they are accurate, keep it real. 3. Bring it. Each link counts as a separate comment. The more comments with links you leave, the more times you enter. Just a heads up: You can enter more than one comment per day, but it's advisable not to spam friends with updates on their feeds. 4. Like a rock star. Contest ends at 11pm EST, Jan. 1st. We will choose 3 random winners to enjoy a $150 shopping spree in January and announce on our Facebook Page. Winners have 48 hours to contact us after winners are announced or another winner will be chosen from eligible entries....so check our Facebook page for your name on January 2nd. We wish you all the best in 2012, The Design Aglow Team


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