Back to School USB Drive Giveaway – Mention Promotion on your blog/website and get a #free USB Drive!

I received an email today from USB Memory Direct telling me about their Back to School USB Drive giveaway/promotion.  There are multiple ways to win and if you have a blog or website and post about their giveaway linking back to them, they will send you one of their Back to School USB flashdrives FREE for mentioning it!

“We are a family-oriented company, and we wanted to provide a back-to-school giveaway for all of the fantastic moms out there, to give them something both unique and useful. So, we are giving away custom-designed flash drives featuring a free eBook, 75 Creative Back-to-School Tips for Super Moms! The eBook includes 25 after school and play date activities, 25 snack and lunchbox inspirations, and 25 homework helper tips.

To allow as many moms to win as possible, the giveaway is super easy to enter! You can either blog about it on your website, or share it through social media via Facebook, Twitter, or Pinterest. For instructions on how to enter, please visit our giveaway page.”

How to Enter:

If you’ve got a blog or website, just mention their promotion and they will send you one of their Back to School 2012 Flash drives! It’s that simple! Just make sure to link to our website and let them know when you’ve finished.  There is a form to fill in your name, email address, mailing address and the link to your post.

There are other ways to enter (especially if you don’t have a blog or website)

They will also be raffling off 100 of their Back to School USB drives to their facebook fans, twitter and google+ followers.  You can share on all three social networks for more chances to win!  See their Back to School USB Flashdrive giveaway for more details!

Disclaimer:  I was not compensated for this post however, by mentioning this promotion on my site, I am eligible to receive a free USB flashdrive from USB  Memory Direct.  This promotion or giveaway is not hosted by DustinNikki Mommy of Three and all questions should be directed to the company.

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