Win a Nuun Prize Pack

10
Jul
2013

I think the first product review I ever did on this site was for Nuun Hydration.  It wasn’t because they sent me out some samples to try out, but because I digged the product and wanted to tell our readers all about it.  In that original review, I explain what the product is, what it does, and how I recommend using it.

I was recently in touch with the company and instead of having them send me out some samples, I told them I’d rather give our followers a chance to win a Nuun prize pack.  So here it is.

Nuun Prize Pack

  • Two 4-Packs of Nuun (your choice of flavors)
  • Nuun Water Bottle
  • Nuun Hat or Visor (your choice)

How to Enter:

Watch the video below for details:

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More Details:

  • Contest closes at Noon on Friday (July 12, 2013), so enter right now.
  • As mentioned in the video, you have up to three chances to enter.  Get an additional entry by tweeting:

I just entered to win a @nuunhydration prize pack from @lovingthebike: http://bit.ly/16XJ13J

  • Get an additional entry by posting the following to your facebook page:

I just entered to win a Nuun prize pack from lovingthebike: http://bit.ly/16XJ13J

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