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May 26, 2015 Abel Longoria Contests 2
Is there something you’ve had your eye on over at GoWesty.com for awhile? How does a $75 GoWesty Gift Certificate to help on your purchase sound? That’s right, TexasVanagons.com is giving away a $75 GoWesty Gift Certificate to one lucky winner.
TexasVanagons.com members can get up to 3 entries into a random drawing for this gift certificate.
Each person can have up to 3 entries into the random drawing. How can you get multiple contest entries and increase your chances of winning? It’s simple. If you’re a Texas based Vanagon owner, you’ll receive one contest entry for EACH of the following:
1. You’re listed on our Member’s List
2. You’re signed up for our Email List
3. You’re a member of our Facebook Group
If you only complete 1 of the 3 methods above you’ll receive ONE entry into the random drawing. If you complete all 3 of the steps above you’ll receive THREE entries into the random drawing!
If you’re already on all 3 then you’re automatically given 3 entries. Nothing else is needed!
Start Date: May 26, 2015
End Date: June 3, 2015 @ 11:59pm CST
Winner Announced: June 4, 2015 @ 3:00pm CST
Prize Sent: June 5, 2015
Winner will be notified via email and I’ll update this post.
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Best. Time. Ever! I grew up in Knoxville, with my mom and dad teaching mchaemttias at U.T. In 1985, at age 26, with 27 credit hours left to graduate with a degree in philosophy, I took off in a 1969 VW van, a Vietnam vet boyfriend and and Old English Sheepdog puppy. We lived and traveled in the van for a few years, then ended up in the Florida Keys and bought a sailboat and lived on that for a while. Then at age 30, I went back to school. Those days in the van were some of the best of my life. I’ve often wished I could do it again. I think you’re going to have a blast. If you’re ever in Los Angeles and need a driveway to park in, my husband (not the Vietnam Vet) and I have a nice one. We live near the Hollywood sign and can show you a neat path to hike to a nice dog park just under the sign (not official, but everyone goes there with their dogs). Or if you want to pick my brain about anything. Like doggie tips (We tied Spike to the van in safe places, and left her in the van in less safe places. But we had to be careful of the weather, and traveled with the seasons so that it would always be spring or fall). I cut mosquito netting to fit all the van openings and Velcro’d it all the way around. We washed our clothes in a bucket with the lid bungee’d shut (bungee cords are your friend) and the driving would slosh the clothes around enough to get them clean and then we’d refill with fresh water to rinse. To dry, we hung and spread everything all over the van. We kept one guitar, a nice icebreaker if you want one I actually got a gig in Maine for a few weeks once. Anyway, I soooo look forward to stalking you. What a fabulous thing, to travel and be free of most encumbrances. I wish you the best! Mai