CleverCards is on Instagram! And to celebrate we are launching our first Instagram photo contest. Enter our Spooktacular CleverCard Photo Contest to WIN a $150 Amazon Gift Voucher and more!
Entering is easy!
One Grand Prize winner will receive:
$150 Amazon Gift Certificate (Just in time for your holiday shopping!)
1 personalized iPhone cover using the entry photo
5 FREE printed cards + postage
Four Runners-up will receive:
Each runner-up will receive 5 FREE printed cards + postage
Timeline: The contest begins at 12:00 EST on October 16th, 2013 The contest closes at 11:59 EST on November 4th, 2013 Winners will be announced on November 6th, 2013
How it works:
We’ll be keeping track of all the Instagram pics with the #SpookyCleverCards hashtag. The top five photos determined by the most “likes” will be judged by our Design team. The best, most spookily awesome photo will win the Grand Prize of an Amazon Gift Voucher for $150, an iPhone cover personalized with their photo and 5 free printed CleverCards (postage included.) The four runners-up will all receive 5 free printed CleverCards (postage included). Terms & Conditions apply.
There is no fee for entry!
Your card can be a printed card or a free digital card. Just be sure to add the hashtag of your order number along with #SpookyCleverCards to be in with a chance to win.
Halloween is quickly approaching, which means it is pumpkin time! Even if you are sick of hearing about Pumpkin Spice, I’m sure you’ll enjoy a few fun facts about our favorite October squash:
Pumpkins are part of the squash family and are fruits, not vegetables.
Illinois grows more pumpkins than any other State.
Don’t throw out your pumpkin seeds! They are rich in protein, B-vitamins and iron; roast them instead for a healthy (and delicious) snack.
The largest pumpkin pie ever made was over twenty feet in diameter and weighed more than 3,500 pounds. (That must have been a mighty Thanksgiving feast!)
The earliest Jack O’Lanterns were carved from turnips, not pumpkins.
The world record for furthest distance a pumpkin has been “chucked,” or thrown, is 4,483.51 ft. (That’s nearly a mile!)
In the animated TV special, It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown, Charlie gets only rocks when trick or treating. For years after first airing, fans mailed bags and bags of candy from all over the world for unlucky Charlie Brown.
“For pottage and puddings and custard and pies, Our pumpkins and parsnips are common supplies: We have pumpkins at morning and pumpkins at noon, If it were not for pumpkins, we should be undoon.” – Pilgrim verse circa 1633