Tuesday, July 2, 2013

Announcing: The Hunters Giveaway 2 Sign Ups

Announcing The Hunters Giveaway 2...

Courtney from Joy of Momma Joyner and Trista from Andersons Angels are excited to be bringing you The Hunters Giveaway 2! This event was a blast to do last year so we thought we would bring it back!! The event will run from 12:01am EST Monday October 7, 2013 through 11:59pm EST Monday October 28, 2013. It's super easy to join in on the fun of getting ready for the Hunting Season!

Rules to Participate:
  • You must have at least a $20 prize/package together to be given away during the event. It can be anything that is hunting, fishing or camping related.
  • Participation is completely FREE! All I ask is you write a post encouraging other bloggers to join in the fun! If you do not wish to write a post then I ask that you pay a $5 post waiver fee. Payments may be sent to andersonsangels2010@gmail.com via Paypal. Please put the link to your blog post in the form when you sign up or pay the fee before filling out the form.
  • Which ever blog gets the most blogs to sign up and participate in this event will receive $20 Paypal!!
  • Anyone Worldwide is able to Participate!!
  • If you have any questions feel free to email Trista at andersonsangels2010@gmail.com or Courtney at joyofmommajoyner@gmail.com.

    You will definitely want to join me in this FUN Event! But you've got to HURRY! Sign-ups will end as soon as there are 50 blogs participating OR by September 30, 2013! Your spot on the Linky will be determined by how soon you fill out the form. Don't forget, once you have your blog post up, fill out THIS FORM and put the link to your post in that form.

*Feel free to use the information in this blog post in your own posts about this event!*

Are you a company or brand looking to participate?
Contact Trista at andersonsangels2010@gmail.com or Courtney at joyofmommajoyner@gmail.com to discuss sponsorship opportunities. I can help you connect with a blogger or bloggers!


  1. Human odor spooks deer. Shower with a scent-free soap before every hunting trip, and try not to contaminate your hunting clothes on the way to the field. Keep them sealed in a plastic container or bag with leaves, dirt and other ground debris from around your stand until you arrive at your hunting location. Doing so will allow your hunting clothing to take on the naturally occurring scents that permeate your hunting location.

  2. Growing up there I wasn’t as versed with the laws, but my understanding was it was slugs only. This was the late 80’s early 90’s. I still have my Mossberg 500 20ga from those days. I will take state-wide laws over the patchwork I deal with now in VA, I can use a rifle.(no 5.56) in one area but am limited to buckshot in another. I could Fudd it up and buy a rifle I shoot 10 times a year but instead I end up swapping barrels on the shotgun depending on the season.