Thursday, September 24, 2009

One more give-away: custom vinyl banner

OK, one more give-away this week!  Planning a birthday party or other celebration?  Have a business or yard sale or club to promote?  Enter to win a custom banner.  


Uprinting.com's 15 mil vinyl banners are top-notch quality and don't look cheap like low-end banners.  UPrinting clients have used their vinyl banners (with photo quality printing) for weddings, parties, graduations, advertisements, rallies, political campaigns and backdrops. The banners come with heavy metal grommets that make them easy to hang for any event. The durable material and archival ink will ensure that these banners will last for years to come.  

I'm eyeing them as a possible birthday party decoration, but they would also be great for personalizing a child's room or playhouse in a fun way, or as a sign at a family reunion or club event.  I might even make a personalized ABC or counting banner for the little guy.

Win it!  Uprinting.com has offered  (1) 24 x 36" Vinyl Banner w\ grommets ($62 value) to one of our readers.  Offer open to U.S. address only.  Free UPS ground shipping.

How to win:
1) Post a comment saying how you'll use the prize if you win.
2) Blog about the give-away (with a link to this post and to uprinting.com) and comment here for one extra entry.
3) tweet about the give-away @uprinting and @I_Bibliophile and leave a comment here for one extra entry
4) subscribe to Chronicle of an Infant Bibliophile or follow - leave a comment here for one extra entry.

Deadline: Midnight, EST, October 18, 2009.

Disclosure: Chronicle of an Infant Bibliophile participates in Uprinting.com's Blog Sponsorship Program and will receive a banner in exchange for hosting this give-away.

Don't forget to also offer our give-aways for a custom poster print and custom greeting cards.

44 comments:

Lisa said...

I went over and checked out the banner, not at all what I was picturing!

I think I'd have a shop banner made.

Lisa said...

And I subscribe!

MJ said...

I'd get a welcome to kindergarten banner for the beginning of school.

mj.coward[at]gmail.com

MJ said...

I follow

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MaryAnne said...

I think I would turn this into some sort of children's game for birthday parties/general fun.

MaryAnne said...

I subscribe to your blog

MOMFOREVERANDEVER said...

would offer to a friend who is a small at home business who goes to fairs/events on weekends. This might help her look more professional and boost business and help people remember her name

barefootinhighheels said...

I sell Barefoot Books and would love to have a banner for my tables at vendor shows, preschools and fundraisers. Thanks!

Lori

barefootinhighheels said...

I'm also a subscriber. thanks!

sweepmom said...

I would make a holiday greeting to hang with our holiday house display.

M.A. said...

I'd use it as a welcome sign for everyone coming to the old farm for our family reunion next summer.

degood said...

I would use it for my booth at craft fairs

Luvdaylilies said...

My daughter will be graduating from high school May 2010. I would use the Banner prize for a Graduation Party Banner for her & her friends=)
Thanks for a chance!
Luvdaylilies at bellsouth dot net

mail4rosey said...

I would use it to make a Happy Anniversary banner for my in-laws, and I would have their picture put on it. Thank you.

msurosey@yahoo.com

Katie, Kevin and kids said...

I'd like to make a vinyl play mat community for the kids to run their match box cars on!

Annette D said...

I would make a banner congratulating my son who will be graduating from High School.
jedoggett@embarqmail.com

slehan said...

I sing with the Raging Grannies of Denver and we could use a banner to take to rallies and marches. thanks for the contest

slehan said...

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slehan said...

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slehan said...

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tesashel said...

I'd get a Grand Opening sign for my brand new business.

Egare1 said...

I'd make a birthday banner! Shop-bought banners fall apart after a couple of uses, and we celebrate a birthday at least every 2 weeks!

Egare1 said...

I follow your blog!

Thanks for the great giveaway :)

Auriette said...

My mom enjoys making crafts, and she's decided to sell some from home to supplement social security. I'd make a banner for her to hang out on sale day, to bring in more customers.

Amanda said...

I'd have it say "welcome to Spanish class" and hang it in my classroom for the first few weeks of school.

macd82 at gmail dot com

Pamela S said...

I'd get a congratulations poster with my son's name. He has an upcoming Eagle Scout reception and then his high school graduation open house. I could use it for both of them! Thanks so much!! pamelashockley(AT)netscape(DOT)net

lilshuga2001 said...

I would get a banner promoting our Family Law Business!

Thanks for the chance

kathy pease said...

i would put CLASS OF 2010 with my daughters picture she graduates in june :)

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kngmckellar said...

I'd use it for my twin sons' graduation next year.

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Smart Cents Mom said...

I would use it to advertise the Boy Scout pancake breakfast for my son's troop. It would be great to have a professional banner.

skstigger@hotmail.com

doozercries said...

i would use the banner as a welcome at church functions. I would make it nice and eye catching. thank you.

doozercries said...

i tweeted:

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Tracy said...

I roast coffee and have an etsy shop. I'd love to start doing craft fairs and farmer's markets, this would be a great addition to my display!

Tracy said...

I subscribe :)

purango said...

I would use it as abanner for my granddaughter's birthday party. garrettsambo@aol.com

Gianna said...

For my son's birthday :)

naynays1 said...

I would make a holiday greeting to hang at xmas. Thanks

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