Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Clamato Canada Day SWEET GIVEAWAY!

Great news faithful Canadian readers! My friends @ Clamato have contacted me to see if I would like to host a giveaway for Canada Day!

You could win this....

Isn't it to die for! You'll be the life of the party!
You just need to add spitits!

Do you want a chance to win this?

Well it is easy!
1) you must be a follower or become one
2) Leave a comment on this post
3) contest is opened to Canadian residents only (sorry about that, you know I don't make the rules)
4) contest will close on Monday July 4th midnight

Just a reminder I'm 5 followers shy of

Get your Ceasar on! I'm off to make myself one!  Yeah baby!


Unknown said...

I know, I cant win but this is the most fun contest ever!

I wonder if I can find this in the grocery store... it used to be around...

The White Pear Tree said...

Oooooh, a giveaway for Canadians, about Canadians and totally Canadian, perfect for Canada Day. I love me a Bloody Caesar. Count me in!

Fun fact: Which time of the year do they sell the most Clamato? During Superbowl week-end apparently!

Unknown said...

I can't win but OM, I love Clamato! Wonderful alone or as Bloddy Mary's!

SixBalloons said...

Count me in! I loves me some Clamato juice. Is that a salt rimmer that it's coming with? Cool.

MomWaldsPlace said...

Forgive me for not being Canadian, or missing a pertinent post. What in the world are y'all talkin' 'bout? Clamato? Does it have clam juice? Are tomatoes harmed in the making of clamato? Do you have to wear a costume?

Vonlipi said...

Mom Wald you're so funny!

Tomatoes and clams were definitely used to make this refreshing drink!

It is usualy used to make bloody ceasars, but it's just as delicious by itself, mix with beer or club soda and I even add it to spaghetti sauce.

It's a true Canadian TREAT!

You can dress as a tomato or a clam, your choice!

The White Pear Tree said...

Or as a clammy tomato, hehehe!

MomWaldsPlace said...

Well, I'm glad to say that I'm not clammy, and Hubby says I'm quite the "tomato". ;)

Yutha said...

There is NOTHING like a Bloody Caesar - a Bloody Mary doesn't even come close! Thanks for the contest!