- The NASCAR 10-Cup Switch Coffeemaker allows you to brew a great pot of coffee..
- The design includes the official NASCAR brand logo and checkered flag graphics.
- The Pause ‘n Serve feature lets you pour a cup of coffee while the coffeemaker is still brewing and the Removable Filter Basket
- Additional features include a Water Level Indicator for accurate filling and Cord Storage to keep your countertop neat.
- Product Features
- Officially licensed NASCAR 10-cup switch coffeemaker
- Pause-and-serve function for pouring a cup mid-brew
- Removable filter basket lifts out for easy filling and cleaning
- Water-level indicator; lighted “on/off” switch; cord storage
- Measures 9″ inches by 9″ inches by 12″ inches
- Comes with a 1-year warranty!
This COACH (yep…genuine)….nifty green bandana. You can wear it in your hair, tie it on to your handbag, or do whatever you want to do with it.
How to Enter
Scroll down to the feeds under A Homeless Mother and Daughter
Visit one of the blogs in the feed.1. Either leave a comment OR become a friend.2. Somehow spread the word about this giveaway and the plight of these people. Examples; Twitter, blogging, Facebook, E-mail
Links back here are great!3. Come back here and leave me a comment telling me what you have done.
- Sorry, continental U.S. only as I’m paying for the shipping.
- SPAMMING this contest? Nope, I’ll give your info to 10 -12 year olds 🙂
- I will notify the winner via what ever info their comment links me to- ie probably a blog.
- The winner has 48 hours to acknowledge my contact.
Homeless in America
How often does a 16 year old give inspiration to others or teach us a lesson?Have you ever thought about what separates you from being one of the homeless?
I encourage you to visit the blog Anywhere but here.
Meet Katy. She is a homeless teenager who blogs. According to her profile, she also likes to draw, she likes the rain, and other unusual things. Anywhere but here is about a girl and her mother who thought everything was finally going to be okay, and then got wrongly evicted from their apartment with nowhere to go. Katy started blogging in mid-December, a few days before she and her mother were evicted from the apartment they lived for six years. Their worries and their efforts to better the situation are finding a voice on Katy’s blog and generating unexpected support.
Kind people have gotten wind of the story and donated money. “I know it’s like a miracle I mean I got over 1,700,” said Katy Hughes. People began making donations. One contribution allowed them to get out of their car and into a motel for two nights. That’s where we found them — hopeful and grateful. Katy wrote on her blog that she is one of the faces of homelessness. She hopes her computer will help tell that story and change it too. “I really want a place to live just so we can start our lives over you know,” Katy Hughes. Katy has two other blogs- the Blinky Blog and Sophie Peaches Fiction wo other blogs- the Blinky Blog and Sophie Peaches Fiction