Family is very important to me and the holidays at home means everything.
This year I’m doing it up big and throwing a fun Ugly Sweater Christmas Dinner! And I’m expecting my mom and dad, brothers and uncles to make the trip from Philadelphia to Georgia for the festive celebration! I LOVE to decorate, and cook and keep it real whimsical and Christmasy.
And this year will be even better! I have to get the home spruced up and plan out a fabulous dinner for my family. And what makes this even extra special is that my dad is making the trip after undergoing two life-saving heart surgeries this year. Being able to share my home with my family and celebrate the gift of life is priceless. And I’ll be able to share all my African Pride goodies with the little girls and ladies in attendance like my aunts and cousins too! I’m in my happy place during holiday time! And I’d love for you share what makes you most happy during this time too!
This is why African Pride is hosting their “Home for the Holidays” contest for a chance to win a grand prize of $2,500 just in time for the holidays.
Between 10/24/2014 – 11/29/2014 upload your favorite family holiday photo and share in a few words (short essay) what “Home for the Holidays” means to you.
- Entries will be judged both on the photo and the essay and winners will be chosen by a Strength of Nature panel of judges on 11/30/2014 .
- The Grand Prize winner will receive $2500 cash to use to be with their family this holiday or any other way they choose. Four top prize winners will receive $250 Visa Gift Cards and 3 additional winners will be chosen each week to receive $100 in African Pride products.
- Contestants can click this link to enter——–> http://woobox.com/cjxip7
African Pride product is available at Sally Beauty Supply
– Social Media Handles: T/IG: @MyAfricanPride / F: Facebook.com/MyAfricanPride/ W:
www.african-pride.com / Contest Site: http://woobox.com/cjxip7
Disclosure: I was compensated for this post but all opinions and commentary are mine.
So what does Home for the Holidays mean to you?
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