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GIVEAWAY: Signed Copy Of 'Vegan Cooking For Dummies' And 2 Tickets To NYC Launch

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Almost one year ago today, Ecorazzi gave away a signed copy of author/chef Alexandra Jamieson’s book Living Vegan For Dummies and 2 tickets to the launch party in New York City. In the spirit of history repeating itself, we’re giving away yet another awesome prize package for Jamieson’s follow-up book Vegan Cooking for Dummies, which is on shelves now.

Thanks to the success of last year’s contest, this year we’re offering up the same deal: a signed copy of Vegan Cooking for Dummies and 2 tickets to the book launch in NYC on Tuesday, December 14 from 7-10 p.m.

Sponsored in part by Frey Vineyards, Sweet & Sara, Nibmore Chocolates, Dr. Cow and The Regal Vegan, the launch party will feature delicious organic, vegan wine, snacks, books, and holiday cheer. Of course, you’ll also get the chance to hang out with Alex and the Ecorazzi crew.

Sound like something you want to win? Leave a comment below and tell us why you just gotta, gotta, gotta have it! The contest will be open until Sunday, December 12th at 11:59 p.m. (ET); we’ll notify the winner first thing Monday morning. Good luck!

The fine print: This contest includes one signed copy of ‘Vegan Cooking for Dummies’ and two tickets to the ‘Vegan Cooking for Dummies’ launch party in New York City. It does not, however, include airfare or lodging. The winner must live or be able to get to NYC on Tuesday, December 14.

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