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Special Holiday Giveaway: Signed Copy Of Living Vegan For Dummies And 2 Tickets To Launch Party

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9780470522141The holidays are here! And in the spirit of giving, we’re excited to present a special holiday contest!

Today and tomorrow, you have the chance to win a signed copy of the newly published Living Vegan for Dummies, written by author and holistic health counselor Alex Jamieson, and two tickets to the launch party here in NYC.

Jamieson is the author of The Great American Detox Diet, and has been featured on Oprah and in the Oscar-nominated hit movie, Super Size Me (she was Spurlock’s super healthy vegan girlfriend).

Would you like a signed copy of the book and a chance to party with Jamieson, myself and tons of other NYC vegan hotshots? Simply enter below for a chance to win! Good luck!

How To Enter

Just leave a comment below on why you deserve a copy of Living Vegan for Dummies. We’ll choose one commenter at random to win a signed copy of the book and two tickets to the NYC launch party. We’ll leave comments open for entries until tomorrow at 3PM EST and notify you by Saturday evening. Please, one entry per person!

[Update: The launch party is this coming Wednesday, December 16th, in NYC.]

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