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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...


www.gratefulbags.com










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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