Congratulations to Leah Arnold from Grass Valley, CA for winning this contest, based on the random number generator. She was paid $500 via PayPal.
Name this Pup After the Last Thing You Ate
$500 to $5,000 CASH CONTEST DETAILS
Normally we have a $100 weekly contest, but this contest will run longer and offer a far larger cash reward ($500 to $5,000).
If you named this cute Springerdoodle after the last thing you ate, what would his name be?
We want to bring in summer (June 21) with a bang, and we’re hoping to have at least 60,000 likes on our Facebook page.
Explanation of Winning Amount ($500 to $5,000)
If we don’t reach 60,000 page likes by June 21, 2019, then the winner of this contest will receive $500.
If the Crockett Doodles Facebook page is between 60,000 and 69,999 page likes by June 21, the contest winner will receive $1,000.
If our page has 70,000 to 79,999 likes by June 21, the contest winner will receive $2,000
If our page has 80,000 to 89,999 likes by June 21, the contest winner will receive $3,000
If our page has 90,000 to 99,999 likes by June 21, the contest winner will receive $4,000
If our page has more than 100,000 likes by June 21, the contest winner will receive $5,000
Here are the rules for entering the contest.
Like our Facebook post announcing this newest contest (Crockett Doodles Facebook page).
Tell us what this Springerdoodle’s name would be if named after the last thing you ate.
Share the contest post on your Facebook wall.
Each individual may enter once per day for the duration of the contest. We’ll use a random number generator (or draw a name from a barrel) to choose the winner.
*Be sure to let your friends know about the Crockett Doodles Facebook page, the more likes we have, the higher the cash prize for the contest winner.
Crockett Doodles giveaways are payable by check or PayPal to the winner. For this particular contest we will need a W-9 form from the winner, before we can issue payment. Because of the large amount, we will need our accountant to issue a 1099 form (miscellaneous income earned) to the recipient. Simply put, because you would be receiving a significant amount, you would need to report your income to the IRS, and we would report our expense as an advertising expense. We have found that these contests are one of the best uses of our advertising budget.
For more info about our giveaways, click here.