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Win the Tangled DVD

CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR WINNER: "THECRAZEDANCER."  THANKS TO ALL FOR ENTERING... HOPE TO BRING YOU  MORE GIVEAWAYS SOON!

Just leave a comment about your talents along with your email address for a chance to win this adorable animation on DVD!

Tangled features Rapunzel (Mandy Moore), a young girl hidden away from the world by her overprotective mother, Gothel.  Rapunzel dreams of discovering what the world holds, when suddenly Flynn Ryder (Zachary Levi), a caddish drifter stumbles into her life.  They strike a deal and Flynn agrees to lead her through the forest and find the hidden strength she never knew.
A fun flick for children and adults alike! Use the interactive "Clickcast" above to find your hidden abilities, get decorating tips from designer Claire Keane (including how to decorate your room just like Rapunzel's!), and watch a clip from the movie.
A winner will be chosen Friday, April 1. If you are chosen as the winner, I will contact you to get your mailing address. Thank you to DBA West for this awesome giveaway!

Comments

  1. I love to draw and can draw well, but I just do not do it often enough!

    Thanks for the giveaway

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  2. My talent is entering giveaways. I spend up to 2 hours a day entering various giveaways online.

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  3. Well, I remember hearing a quote about persistence being an adequate substitute for talent ;) Love Tangled!

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  4. My talent is marathon baking! I can't seem to stop!

    Jane
    (raj shah srs at hotmail dot com)

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  5. my talent is dealing with a sister who won't stop bothering me until I get her a copy of Tangled!

    rememberme233(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  6. My talent is cleaning the whole house in under a day! Not the most major accomplishment, but it definitely has results. :)

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  7. My talent is juggling being a Mommy to two cutie pies, a wife to one handsome man, a partner in a growing family business, an Adjunct Instructor at my alma mater, and a passionate volunteer for my local community homelessness coalition, while training for my first triathlon :)

    My daughter would FLIP for Tangled, as she tells me often that she is Rapunzel!

    Email: amberfogarty2005yahoo dot.com

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