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Pinay Mommy Online Contest

And then there's another blog contest. This time, Pinay Mommy Online is hosting it. She is holding this contest because she is up for a vaction. While we do not expect her to be blogging while on vacation, in her absence, she wants us to be busy, he!he!

I know this is quite a late entry but what the heck, I might win something this time. So folks, these are the contest mechanics:

1. Link up permanently with Pinay Mommy Online on your blog using her chicklet below. (required – 5 entries)

2. Make a post with your answer to the following question… (required – 5 entries)

“There are two cities in the Philippines that are called the City of Smiles and the City of Golden Friendship. What are the names of these cities?”

Answer Format
City of Smiles – Answer City
City of Golden Friendship – Answer City

3. In your post, please make sure that you put a link to her home page and to the contest post. (required – 5 entries)

4. Subscribe to Pinay Mommy feeds via email (optional – 3 entries).

So what are we all waiting for?

First Prize: $15 via Paypal plus 1000ec credits
Second Prize: $5 via Paypal plus 800ec credits
Third Prize: $5 via Paypal plus 500 ec credits

Deadline: October 31, 2008

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