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Yo Gabba Gabba T-Shirt Giveaway

Well, the shirts are here, folks!
One lucky winner will have his or her choice of not one, but TWO Yo Gabba Gabba t-shirts! My family will be wearing our own on Monday, November 15 at the live show here in Eugene, Oregon. Look for a review of the show in the next week or so.

To give away, I have either pink or grey in size kids 3, pink or grey in size kids 5/6, and grey adult XL.

I will be posting this giveaway on my other, specific to Eugene, blog (go to www.eugeneactivefamily.com) as well, for the other THREE t-shirts. You may enter both, and up your chances. I will email the winner from each blog and the first to reply gets first choice on the colors and sizes.

To enter here, just comment below with your email address!

You can enter extra times by doing any or all of the following:
1. Publicly follow my blog and comment for one additional entry.
2. Follow @rosepeck on Twitter and comment for one additional entry. You may also tweet once a day for an additional entry. Leave separate comments with the permalink each time.
3. Comment on a previous post of mine and come back here and comment which one. Limit 5 extra entries.
The pink shirt front:
The pink shirt back:

Comments

  1. I'm in! I hope you guys have fun...I'm so jealous! Rubes is a bit too young, otherwise I might've gone. But that's only because I love the show so much. Heh.

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  2. my fav!!
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QCiywlKzzSM

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  3. Yo Gabba Gabba is the best, have fun at the show!!! Heart y'all!

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  4. Can't wait for Biz's Beats!! Go Yo Gabba Gabba!
    tracey_edmundson@msn.com

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  5. How did sweetpea like the show?? Maybe next year I can bring my pumpkin to a show as well--it'll be fun to see her reaction!

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