RSVP for the #GetAShot Twitter Party
The Get a Shot, Give a Shot opportunity at Walgreens is the topic of this Twitter Party. If you need a flu vaccine or other vaccines, you should consider getting them at Walgreens because your purchase will trigger a donation by Walgreens of a lifesaving vaccine to a child in need through the United Nations Foundation Shot@Life program. I love opportunities like this that allow you to trigger a donation just by making normal purchases. And this opportunity is extra special because it can help save children’s lives. I can’t wait to party with you at the #GetAShot Twitter Party on September 17 because you have a great chance to be one of the six prize winners!
Join me and RSVP for the #GetAShot Twitter Party on SoFabChats!
TIME: 1:00 to 2:00 pm ET
PRIZES: 5 – (1) $100 Walgreens Gift Cards
EARLY BIRD PRIZE: 1 – $50 Walgreens Gift Card
SPECIAL GUEST: @Walgreens
RSVP & PARTY GRID: #GetAShot Twitter Party Page
— Freebies 4 Mom (@Freebies4Mom) September 8, 2014
How To Participate In A Twitter Party on SoFabChats!
TIP: How to join a Twitter Party – sign in! Before party starts, click on the green “Sign In On Twitter” bar at the top of the page!
TIP: Who to follow at a Twitter Party? Follow the Party Team by clicking on the Twitter handle links on the RSVP page!
TIP: Want to win Twitter Party prizes? RSVP by clicking on RSVP button before you join the party, follow everyone on the Party Team, and tweet with the party hashtag during the party to be eligible!
TIP: How to win the Early Bird prize? Watch for chance to share a tweet when you RSVP for chance to win!
TIP: Special deals and brand coupons? Keep that options checked when you RSVP for the party!
TIP: New to Twitter parties? Watch your column and Party Team tweet columns – they are slower paced and easier to follow!
TIP: Where to find Twitter Parties? Check out the SoFabChats Twitter Party Calendar to find more fun parties to attend!
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