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Win the Perfect Gameday Bag

Choose your team colors, choose your monogram.
These are truly, the most precious gameday bags to come along...


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Jenny Ross has started the company Grateful Bags.  Among other monogrammed bags, she has cleverly designed a perfect cross-body gameday bag inspired by her nieces who are football gameday-loving coeds that have superb gameday style.  


You want to win one, right? (It's a $98 value!) To enter, become a Facebook fan of Grateful Bags.  For additional entries, become a fan of Gameday Style and share about the Grateful Bags and Gameday Style giveaway on your Facebook page
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To buy the Zoey, go over to Shop Gameday Style and click on the Grateful Bags Zoey Bag! 

Fine print: Winner will be chosen randomly on September 26; US residents only. If the winner doesn't respond within 7 days, a new winner will be chosen.  Thanks!




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