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CONTEST ALERT: I Love Grass Valentine Giveaway!

Wanna win an overnight stay at Dusit Thani Hotel?  How about a lunch buffet for 2 at Shangri-la Makati's famous Circles resto?  Then join Easy Pha-max's I Love Grass Valentine Giveaway!

I Love Grass Valentine Giveaway

Earning entries is easy!

1. Follow @wheatgrasstweet and tweet: JOIN EASY PHA-MAX WHEATGRASS VALENTINE GIVEAWAY plus the link of the Giveaway mechanics from their website (http://www.wheatgrasscan.com/i_love_grass)%20on on your Twitter account.

2. Like Wheatgrass C.A.N.'s official Facebook fan page.

3. Post this on your Facebook wall and tag their official Facebook fan page: JOIN EASY PHA-MAX WHEATGRASS VALENTINE GIVEAWAY plus the link of the Giveaway mechanics from their website.

4. Post a photo of you holding any Easy Pha-max Wheatgrass product (can or a box of our wheatgrass products) with a caption why you love Easy Pha-max Wheatgrass on your Facebook wall.  Don't forget to tag their official Facebook fan page, too.

Email your name, age and contact details including a screenshot of all the entries you've done at wheatgrasspromos@easypha-max.ph with a subject: I LOVE GRASS VALENTINE GIVEAWAY

Posts/Tweets done after February 29, 2012 will not be qualified.  Giveaway is open to all Philippine residents only.

Please visit their site at http://www.wheatgrasscan.com/i_love_grass for the complete details.

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To know more about wheatgrass, healthy blood, and preventive healthcare or simply wish to order Easy Pha-max Wheatgrass Powder or any of their wheatgrass-based health products, please:

1. Call their hotline at (+63 2) 890-1111 or their toll free number, 1-800-10-890-1111;

2. Go online at http://www.wheatgrasscan.com/; or

3. Visit the Easy Pha-max office at 10F, Cityland Herrera Tower, V.A. Rufino cor. Valero Sts. Salcedo Village, Makati City.

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  1. naku, few more days left na lang, need ko ng wheatgrass. =)

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