Thursday, December 26, 2013

#GiveAllTheThings: American Medical ID.

UPDATE: Congratulations to the two winners:

Sarah 
I would love a new medical ID for my ten-year-old. The information has worn off of her most comfortable bracelet, and she would be really excited to pick out a new one!

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What you can win: One of two $25 gift card codes to be used towards the purchase of a new medical ID!



Made possible by: American Medical ID (http://www.americanmedical-id.com/)

Why you want this: I definitely used to be one of those people who never wore a medical ID. I mean, I did as a kid - because my parents made me - but once I hit college, that clunky and unattractive silver bracelet began collecting dust in the bottom of my jewelry box. It really wasn't until a couple of years ago that I started wearing them again (thanks to seeing friends in the DOC wearing them), and there are so many more better-looking choices now!

You'll have dozens of designs (and an array of price points) to choose from - there will be two winners who will each get a $25 online gift card code to use towards your order!

To enter today's contest: Use the Rafflecopter widget below to enter today's contest. You can earn TWO entries into today's contest by leaving a blog post comment (required), and additional entries for liking the American Medical ID Facebook page and following them on Twitter! (Four entries possible per person.)

Rules: You may only win one gift card code. This contest ends tonight at midnight CST, and is open to U.S. residents only. #GiveAllTheThings contests are intended for people with diabetes (or their caregivers) only. Since the Rafflecopter widget requires you to share an email address, I'll be emailing the winner (as well as announcing them through an update on this post) on Friday with their gift card codes and instructions for use.

Good luck!

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12 comments:

  1. I would love a new medical ID! What a great giveaway!

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  2. I am in need of a medical alert bracelet. This would be fantastic.

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  3. I've been meaning to get a new one with an updated contact number.

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  4. I could use a new bracelet...currently mine is lost..

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  5. I love my James Avery bracelet because it's a bit classy and doesn't scream medical ID, but I would like a new ID that I can put more information on besides "Type 1 Diabetes." What a great giveaway!

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  6. I've been meaning to get a new one!!!

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  7. My daughter has 2 but she is always looking for new ones, teenagers and jewelry go figure. I'm just glad she wears one.

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  8. My favorite bracelet is broken. I could certainly use another.

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  9. I would love a new medical ID for my ten-year-old. The information has worn off of her most comfortable bracelet, and she would be really excited to pick out a new one!

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  10. I would love a new medical id!!

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  11. I've had the same one for over 10 years and would love a new medical ID!

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  12. I've been looking at getting a new one for months, but I keep putting if off.

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