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Soak Up the Sun: Win Solar Stuff!

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It’s almost summertime, and in celebration of the awesome sunshine we’ll be enjoying all summer long, we’ve teamed up with Goal Zero – Portable Solar Power – to offer some great prizes this week.

Join us on Thursday, May 19, 2011 at 3PM Eastern for our first ever Facebook chat! In honor of this week’s giveaway prizes from Goal Zero, we’ll be talking about “Your favorite spot to soak up the sun.” During the chat we’ll let you know how to enter to win a Guide 10 Adventure Kit with rechargable batteries from Goal Zero ($159.94 value).

How it works: Come to our Facebook page on Thursday at 3PM ET (12 PT) and find our post inviting you to comment on “Your favorite spot to soak up the sun.” We’ll be doing the “chat” through the comments on that post. We’ll be there live and able to comment with you. During the chat time, we’ll post the instructions on how to enter to win the Adventure Kit.

Plus, if you are a newsletter subscriber, you’ll find out how to enter to win the Rock Out Speakers from Goal Zero ($39.99 value). And yes, you could win both! (The odds are against you, but we’re not going to stop you from trying.) If you want to join our weekly newsletter to get highlights of some of our best stories of the week, plus details on how to win sweet eco-prizes each week, just sign up here.

Complete Rules. Per Facebook’s promotional guidelines: Participant provides a complete release of Facebook. The giveaway is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with, Facebook. Participants are providing information to Ecorazzi, not Facebook.

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