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Color Me Green, St. Patty's Day Contest

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St. Patrick’s Day is coming up, and we are excited for this “green” holiday…it is our favorite color, after all. Plus, we haven’t given away swag in a while; something tells me it’s contest time!

It’s simple: fill out the form with your answer and hit submit! We’ll choose our favorite answer to win the prize! (We’ll even publish some of the responses daily up through Friday.) Answer us this:

Which eco-celeb would you most like to drink a green beer with this St. Patty’s Day and why?

What’s the prize? We’ve just received some great swag from Nature’s Gate Organics. Yes, the same company that Brooke Shields and other celebs have been known to use for their organic baby products. One recipient will be chosen to win In Living Color shampoo, conditioner, and nourishing hair masque for color treated hair. Plus, since we’re talking about color, a Happy Glow Lucky bronzing creme.

Complete the form below with your name and response. Include your mailing address if you’d like us to automatically send your prize in case of winning. Deadline is March 15, 2007 at 5 pm Pacific. See complete rules *.

* Full name and response to the question are required to be eligible to win. Mailing addresses outside the US are not eligible. Ecorazzi “staffers” or family members not eligible. We will not use any of the personal information received except to inform the winner and send prize. Responses must be received by 3/15/07 at 5pm PT. Winner will be notified by email. If no mailing address is on file, a response will be required within 24 hours of notification. Ecorazzi is not responsible for lost emails or entries.

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