Giveaway! UPrinting Poster

I’m really excited to be able to offer a UPrinting 18″ x 24″ poster to one of my readers!  At UPrinting, you can upload your own image, or buy stock images, to create your own poster.

This is definitely something small business owners can use.  But it would be great to use if you have a nice picture of your kids or family, or maybe you’d like a poster with your blog logo.  Blogs are small businesses after all.

You can follow UPrinting on Twitter or like them on Facebook.

 

The Details:

One(1) Winner of 18″ x 24″ Poster

Semi Gloss / High Gloss, 1 Business Day Turnaround.

Restriction: Limited to US residents 18 years old and above only.

 

The Contest

To enter simply leave a comment telling me what you would use your poster for.  Make sure I have your e-mail address so I can forward it to UPrinting if you win.

The contest is open until August 3rd, 11:59 pm PST.  The winner will be chosen by And The Winner Is on August 4th.  I will announce the winner on the blog and send the winner’s e-mail address to UPrinting.  They will contact the winner with information to claim the prize.

 

Disclaimer:  This giveaway is sponsored by UPrinting, no monetary compensation was given and I will receive a poster for hosting. Check out UPrinting.com to see more of their posterposter sizes and poster templates.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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3 Responses to “Giveaway! UPrinting Poster”

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  1. ella says:

    I would use this poster to decorate my dorm room and make it brighter, and more liveable (as opposed to last year)! Nothing worse than staring at concrete walls for months on end.

  2. kmmom says:

    I would use it to decorate my kid’s room. They would love a big poster featuring themselves on it! My email is vivchiang2004 at yahoo dot com.

  3. Lorrie No
    Twitter: Moogirl
    says:

    I would use the poster to make a collage of pictures of my little family, then put it at eye level for my 11 mo old to look at and touch. I might need to have it lamenated first though.