Saturday, June 5, 2010

Tropical Traditions Coconut Oil Giveaway!

his giveaway is closed!  Thanks for participating!

  A while back I talked about using coconut oil as a moisturizer as well as a food. After my review, I was contacted by Tropical Traditions and told to go ahead with a giveaway to one of my readers!
If you are not sure what to do with coconut oil, check out this recipe page.  I am thinking the Coconut Drop Biscuits look mighty tasty!
Here is my post about Tropical Traditions Coconut oil.  Think chocolate and spa socks! Coconut oil is some fantastic stuff that smells heavenly and tastes that way too. Regardless of the health benefit claims, it is nice to have around. I feel much better about using it as a moisturizer on the spawn too.  I encourage you to look at their site and see the benefits of using coconut oil as well as the other coconut products they sell.  I find the production to be interesting.
So on to the good stuff!! How to win a 32 oz jar (this is huge btw!) of Gold Label Tropical Traditions Virgin Coconut Oil.
***Leave a comment for each thing you do below!*****
There are two mandatory entries.
  • First you must be a follower of this blog
  • second Tropical Traditions asks that you sign up for their newsletter. I am signed up and don't find it to be  "one of those" kinds of newsletters. It is actually full of useful information and updates to the recipe page and they do not share you email with other companies.
  • for extra entries, follow them on twitter
  • You can also "like" them on facebook here.
  • tweet, link up to your blog, facebook status, spread the word and leave a comment for each thing you do 
This giveaway will run for one week. I will choose a winner using Random.org on June 12th.  
Good luck everyone!!

*** Disclaimer: Tropical Traditions provided me with a free sample of this product to review, and I was under no obligation to review it if I so chose.  Nor was I under any obligation to write a positive review or sponsor a product giveaway in return for the free product.****

61 comments:

Jabberjawzz said...

I have never used this before. You say it is a great mosturizer. might be something to try on Logan. He would get Ecxema as an little one and periodically has bouts of it, especially on his bottom. Maybe that will help, and he will smell good. LOL

Jabberjawzz said...

Do we go to their site to enter or are we supposed to do it somewhere on your page?

Nicki

Karen said...

I follow you, and I subscribed to the newsletter.

run4may said...

I am a follower and love your blog!

run4may said...

I signed up for their newsletter.

run4may said...

I am now following them on twitter at run4may

AM-GoalsfortheWeek! said...

fun giveaway! you turned me on to chia seeds, so I wanna win the coconut oil;-)

oh, and i'm a follower

AM-GoalsfortheWeek! said...

just signed up for their newsletter, and only b/c you said it wasn't too annoying;-)

Tien-Tien said...

I follow you.

Tien-Tien said...

And I get their newsletter.

TMB @ RACING WITH BABES said...

I follow you!

TMB @ RACING WITH BABES said...

I signed up for their newsletter!

TMB @ RACING WITH BABES said...

I became a fan on FB!

TMB @ RACING WITH BABES said...

You are linked on my sidebar!

Black Knight said...

Interesting post and very nice blog. Congrats. I am too far to enter the giveaway. Hi from Italy.

run4may said...

I tweeted about it at run4may

run4may said...

I linked it on my blog right hand sidebar

Shannon Allstott said...

I Love coconut oil! We cook with it and it's our family's favorite moisturizer. I'm a massage therapist and I use it in my practice - my clients love it.
(Oh yeah, I follow you on FB and I signed up for their newsletter too.)
~ Shannon :-)

OrangeBlossom said...

I am a follower.

OrangeBlossom said...

Subscribed to the Tropical Traditions newsletter

OrangeBlossom said...

'Liked' them on facebook

mamakat7 said...

Oo, this looks yummy! Coconut is awesome for the hair too :)

Mary said...

I am a follower of your blog!!

Mary said...

I just signed up for their newsletter too! My mom SWEARS by coconut oil! I can't wait to try it!

Molly said...

signed up for the newsletter!

Molly said...

I'm a happy follower....

misszippy said...

I'm a a follower!

misszippy said...

Signed up for the newsletter

misszippy said...

liked them on FB

misszippy said...

linking on my blog

Stacie said...

I'm a follower!!!!

Stacie said...

I'm a follower of Tropical Traditions on Twitter.

Stacie said...

I like Tropical Traditions on Facebook.

Stacie said...

I tweeted your giveaway. I'm windyrunner on Twitter.

Stacie said...

I posted a link to your giveaway on my blog.

Stacie said...

I signed up for their newsletter.

Jill said...

I am a blog follower :)

Jill said...

I'm not on Twitter but I did like them on FB!

Jill said...

And I just signed up for the newsletter. Thanks, Angie!!!

Caroline said...

Hi Angie,
I signed up for their newsletter. We use coconut oil a lot on the SCD, it helps with the yeast issues!

moonshinethreads at yahoo dot com

dreamerwith3 said...

I am a fan on Facebook and signed up for the newsletter. Hopefully I will win, so I get the chance to try this new product! LOVE Tropical!

Donna said...

Hi, I learned about your blog through the FB Page for Tropical Traditions. So, I am now gonna leave a comment for each thing I've done to enter your giveaway, starting with the fact that I just subscribed to your blog on my RSS Google Reader (equivalent to "following" your blog). :)

Donna said...

I also "Liked" the Tropical Traditions FB Page today :)

Donna said...

And, I just started following Tropical Traditions on Twitter. :)

Donna said...

AND I subscribed to the Tropical Traditions e-newsletter :) I'm really excited to hopefully try their coconut oil for cooking sometime soon! And I look forward to reading your blog :)

Donna said...

I also just tweeted this giveaway :) (can you tell I want to win? lol)

Donna said...

AAANNND (lol) my tweet fed over to my FB newsfeed, hence this giveaway got posted to my FB network as well. Ok, I think I'm done for the day. :)

Donna said...

Ohh I figured out another way to share about this -- I "Shared" the post with my friends I'm linked up with in Google Reader. :)

Shacky said...

Blog follower and just signed up for the newsletter.

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I follow you via GFC as Thrifty Canucks
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I subscribe to TT newsletter
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THRIFTY CANUCKS said...

i like TT on facebook as Kim Coady
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matt4melis said...

I'm signed up for the Tropical Traditions newsletter

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