Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Announcing 2012 Migraine Awareness Month Giveaways


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Every June is Migraine Awareness Month in the United States. Not only is it a great opportunity for us to create increased awareness of migraine disease, you're going to have lots of chances to win some cool prizes from me, too. Make sure you're following Somebody Heal Me because you're going to want to try to win one of my favorite things for people with migraines.


I'll be giving away some of my favorite things in honor of the 2012 edition of Migraine Awareness Month.

How to Enter:

To be eligible to win one of these prizes, between Friday, June 1, 2012, and Saturday, June 30, 2012, complete one of the following actions to receive a contest entry. You can do as many of these as you like to receive additional contest entries. 


Each time you complete one of these actions, write a comment on this blog post letting me know you've completed the action and include an email address where I can contact you if you are a winner.


(1) Subscribe to Somebody Heal Me by RSS.


(2) Subscribe to Somebody Heal Me by Email.


(3) "Like" Somebody Heal Me on Facebook.


(4) Follow @somebodyhealme on Twitter.


(5) Participate in one or both of the Migraine Awareness Month Migraine Chat sessions. You can receive an entry for each if you participate in both.


(6) Promote this giveaway on Twitter by tweeting: "Come enter the big @somebodyhealme giveaway in honor of June's Migraine Awareness Month #NMAM bit.ly/LaGmrz" 


(This action is only eligible for one entry per day, though you should feel free to share as many times as you like.)


(7) Promote this giveaway on Facebook by sharing the following on your profile: "Come enter the big Somebody Heal Me giveaway in honor of June's Migraine Awareness Month. bit.ly/LaGmrz" 


(This action is only eligible for one entry per day, though you should feel free to share as many times as you like.)


(8) Pin this post on Pinterest. (There is a Pin It button at the bottom of this post.)


(9) Share this post on Google+. (There is a Google+ button at the bottom of this post.)


(This action is only eligible for one entry per day, though you should feel free to share as many times as you like.)


(10) "Like" the Headache & Migraine Disease Blog Carnival Facebook page.


(11) "Like" the Migraine Chat Facebook page.


Don't forget to post a comment on this blog post each time letting me know you've completed an action listed here and include a valid email address!


You can also receive up to one chance per day to win one of these prizes by commenting on a Migraine Awareness Month blog post on Somebody Heal Me. 


During Migraine Awareness Month I'll be blogging daily on a series of prompts for the Blogging Challenge. You will know which Somebody Heal Me updates are 2012 Migraine Awareness Month posts because they will be labeled with the migraine awareness month tag at the bottom of each post. You can find them all in one place by visiting this link: migraine awareness month.


Fine print / Rules: 


(1) Contest is limited to people residing in the United States.
(2) You must supply an email address where I can get in touch with you each time you post your comment on this blog post to enter the contest.
(3) Contest begins at 12 am on Friday, June 1, 2012, and ends at 11:59 pm on Saturday, June 30, 2012, Central Daylight Time.
(4) Winners will be chosen using Random.org.
(5) All prizes are provided by Diana Lee and Somebody Heal Me.


To learn about other Migraine Awareness Month activities, please visit: 2012 Migraine Awareness Month Chats, Blogging Challenge, Giveaways & Much More.


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DISCLAIMER: Nothing on this site constitutes medical or legal advice. I am a patient who is engaged and educated and enjoys sharing my experiences and news about migraines, pain and depression. Please consult your own health care providers for advice on your unique situation.