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SANUS® Announces the Take a Shot Sweepstakes

As you might recall, I’ve worked with SANUS in the past on a few campaigns. I received word about their Take A Shot Sweepstakes and wanted to pass it along to you. I may be away from the blog for a few days due to a family emergency so this is great timing. Plus, the sweepstakes is a really great one. And SANUS is an awesome company because they really care about kids’ safety.

WHAT: The biggest basketball tournament of the year is around the corner – are you ready? Between the cheering fans and children running around, a secured flat panel TV and safe media entertainment system should be top of mind. SANUS® invites you to “Take a Shot” and enter for a chance to transform your space and ensure safe game day viewing just in time for the championship game on April 7th, 2014.

The game plan is simple, enter the SANUS® “Take a Shot” sweepstakes on Facebook for a chance to win a championship prize pack (valued at $1,150) which includes the following:

  • Vizio 50” Smart TV
  • Full-Motion Mount for TVs 51 to 70” (Model VLF525)
  • In-wall Cable Management System (Model ELM806)Full-Motion Mount for TVs 51 to 70” (Model VLF525)
  • Party Snack Gift Basket

WHO: SANUS®, the #1 best selling TV mount brand in the United States strives to educate on the risk of unsecured flat panel TVs, and offers safe and stylish mounting solutions for families across the nation.

WHEN: The “Take a Shot” Sweepstakes is open for entries starting at 7am on March 17th, 2014, ending at 11:59pm on April 1st, 2014
* The winner will be announced on April 2nd, 2014

HOW: Participants may enter by completing the following SANUS® Facebook entry process:

  •  Click on “Take a Shot” sweepstakes image
  • Fill out the entry form
  • “Like” SANUS® on Facebook
  • Agree to the sweepstakes official rules

WHERE: https://www.facebook.com/SanusSystems

Good luck to you all! 

By Erica Buteau

Change Agent. Daydream Believer. Maker. Creative. Likes love, peace and Jeeping. Dislikes winter, paper cuts and war. She/Her/Hers.

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