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Twitter Thursday: "Eat No Animal" Tees From PETA

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Another Thursday — and for this week, we’ve partnered up with the generous people at PETA to giveaway three “Eat No Animal” tees. Of course, you may recognize this shirt as the one made famous by Paul McCartney in his vegetarian ad for the organization back in March of 2008. “Many years ago, I was fishing, and as I was reeling in the poor fish, I realized, I am killing him – all for the passing pleasure it brings me,” Paul wrote in the ad. “Something inside me clicked. I realized as I watched him fight for breath, that his life was as important to him as mine is to me”.

Want to win one and help promote the vegetarian lifestyle! Hit the fold below for more information on how to enter. (To view PETA’s full range of animal-lovin’ tees and other goods, jump here.)

How To Enter Via Twitter

1.) Join Twitter (if you haven’t already).
2.) Follow @ecorazzi on Twitter.
3.) At 3pm EST, we’ll send out a contest message. All you have to do is re-tweet that contest message and add it to your updates. So if we say:

“Follow @ecorazzi & @OfficialPETA and RT this to win: We’re giving away 2 “Eat No Animal” tees from PETA! 30th and 70th person to RT this wins!”
You’ll say:

“Follow @ecorazzi & @OfficialPETA and RT this to win: We’re giving away 2 “Eat No Animal” tees from PETA! 30th and 70th person to RT this wins!”

(Note: exact wording will differ at contest time.)

4.) The 30th and 70th person to RT that message will each win an “Eat No Animal” tee from PETA! (Feel free to enter as many times as you like — but don’t be annoying to your followers. Nobody likes that! :) )

How To Enter Via Ecorazzi

1.) Leave a comment below telling us how you’re living a greener life with regards to your diet! We’ll then pick one of you at random to win a tee. Comments will remain open for entries until tomorrow at 3PM EST. Please, one entry per person!

Contest Rules:

Must be 18 years of age to enter. | One comment per person per article. | Make sure the email address you use to comment is valid. | Giveaway is available to residents of the U.S./Canada only | Ecorazzi will pick a random number from a pool of numbers equaling the total number of comments. | Ecorazzi will email the winner and ship the product to the address provided in the commenter’s responsive email. | Shipping is on Ecorazzi. | If we don’t hear from the commenter within twenty-four (24) hours, we’ll go ahead and pick another number from the hat. | Promo is not available to any writers of Ecorazzi. | No substitutions for cash are permitted with these giveaways. | Winners are responsible for any tax consequences of winning.

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