"pin to win" giveaway winners

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Drumroll, please… We’re excited to announce 10 lucky winners from our Pin To Win Contest! If your name is on this list, you may choose any one of the products you pinned from our Marketing Wishlist board absolutely FREE! To redeem and let us know which one you’d like, please shoot us an email at service@designaglow.com within 30 days. Enjoy your studio success, on us!

Mindy Aagaard (Sweet Marie Photography) Ann Waid (Ann Waid Photography) Ben Kochanowski (Rosey Red Photography) Bobbi Jo Brooks (Bobbi Jo Brooks Photography) Kandis Spurling (Kandis Spurling Photography) Skye Davis (Skye Rocket Studio) Janna Korpan Gobiel (Janna Gobiel Photography) Catherine Schultz (Mia Boudoir) Kate Lemmon (Kate L Photography) Amanda Schultz (Studio 60 Photographic Art)

We’d like to extend a huge thank you to everyone who participated in our #designaglowwishlist contest! If your name wasn’t selected this time, we have another exciting contest coming soon with a GIGANTIC giveaway. Stay tuned~




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