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Calling all Gridiron Belles!

Today Gameday Style wants to feature a gal with lots of Gameday Style.

Christie Leigh Mueller has spent her last several falls traveling around to college football venues in the south.  The journals and photos and observations of her travels have resulted in this book.

If you'd like a unique, boutique-style book for a girl with Gameday Style, look no further than   Gridiron Belles: A Guide to Saturdays in Dixie  

What I enjoy about Gridiron Belles is that it is not just about the fluff and style of gameday.  She has genuine football knowledge that adds to the experience.  And, a true lady, she always keeps her Gameday Style.

You can read a little about Christie Leigh and her background at this fun article at

Christie Leigh sells her books directly from her website,  She also shares her travels with you on her site. It's a fun read!  Please check her site out and you can purchase a few books to keep on hand for fun hostess gifts for the holiday season and throughout the year.  Everyone loves a little touch of gameday all year long.   

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