Win free tennis necklace with Swarovski crystals

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Women’s Tennis Blog is celebrating its fifth birthday and what better way to celebrate than by embellishing readers with some bling bling. πŸ™‚ Therefore, I am excited to tell you that you have a chance to easily win a wonderful necklace with a tennis ball pendant that retails at $220. Isn’t it an awesome price? πŸ™‚

The necklace was created by Emily Austin, who’s been designing jewelry in Scottsdale, Arizona, for 18 years. She is carefully placing Swarovski crystals by hand, one at a time, using a technique she’s been developing for years.Β Emily loves dedicating her jewelry to sports and besides tennis she has lines inspired by football, yoga, and golf.

HOW TO WIN? COMPLETE TWO STEPS.

1) Answer the following question in the comments section below:

How many posts have been published on Women’s Tennis Blog so far?

  1. 2400-2600
  2. 2600-2800
  3. 2800-3000

2) Grab a friend, tell him/her to join the Women’s Tennis Fan’s Facebook page and to leave a comment on the wall explaining why you should win the tennis necklace (of course, your friend should incorporate the name/nickname you used in completing the first step). Your friend can have fun with the comment!

When you complete the two steps, simply cross your fingers and hope that you get selected in a random selection process which will pick among those who have qualified.Β The competition closes on April 5th at 16 CET and the winner will be announced shortly after.

Good luck and ask me if you have any questions! πŸ™‚

22 COMMENTS

  1. Of course, there is a way you can calculate how many posts there are on Women’s Tennis Blog. Hint: bottom of the page… πŸ˜‰

  2. My sparkling and talented 13 yr old niece is starting to play in tournaments. She is bright and fast. These crystals will flash as she moves for the ball and smashes a forehand winner. She has played since she was 5 and is progressing nicely. Her birthday is in May and this could be her good luck charm as she rises through the ranks. Her grandparents in their 80’s still win tournaments and this would be a fitting gift for them to give her. Her personality is gregarious and bubbly. She lights up a room or court wherever she goes. This would help her truly shine.

  3. The answer to question (1) is 2 (about 2778 posts) πŸ™‚

    As part of (2) I have invited a friend, but no nickname popped, so not sure what nickname she is going to use – hope that is not a problem πŸ™‚

  4. Haha you wrote a poem on FB πŸ™‚ Niiice πŸ™‚ Listen, for step 2, your friend should join the group and write on the wall something like: “Kartik should win cause he’s the coolest guy in India”. That would qualify you. Is it clear?

  5. Ah OK – thanks Marija … will inform her πŸ™‚

    I thought I was to write why I should win – hehe – so I wrote it in verse πŸ˜€

    If I dont win, perhaps that might just have me qualifying for a consolation prize? πŸ™‚

  6. You were really inspired πŸ˜€ Well, you do deserve a prize. We’ll see what will happen. πŸ˜‰ Don’t forget to tell your friend to write something, including “Kartik”! We have to complete all the steps πŸ˜‰

  7. The answer is the second one: 2600-2800. There are 278 pages and most of the pages have 10 posts, so the exact total is within the values of the second option.

  8. (I thought I had commented already but I don’t see it now – sorry if it shows up twice)

    The answer is (2) 2600-2800

  9. Hi! This is awesome and the necklace looks extremely beatiful!
    The answer is option number 2: 2600-2800

  10. So far 2600-2800 posts have been published on Women’s Tennis Blog. My friend should have left a comment on the Facebook page by now.

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