Valentine’s GourmetGiftBaskets.com Giveaway!

Welcome to the GourmetGiftBaskets.com Giveaway!

Hosted By: On The Scene with Mrs. Kathy King
Sponsored by: GourmetGiftBaskets.com

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About the Company:

GourmetGiftBaskets.com was founded with family values and the desire to provide exceptional gifts for all of life’s special occasions. Through years of working in his family’s flower shop in New Hampshire, President & CEO Ryan Abood naturally realized an opportunity to provide handmade, high quality gift baskets. What began with two family members in the basement of a flower shop has exploded into a multi-million dollar company recognized multiple times by Inc.500, Internet Retailer, Enterprise Bank, and more, while still remaining true to its core values of exceptional gourmet ingredients handcrafted with care. As this entrepreneurial family spirit continues in the next generation with the birth of the youngest Abood last spring, this proud family business will continue to exceed gourmet gifting expectations.

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How to Enter!

Prize: 1 Heart Gift Tower valued at $50

Ends: 2/18/2015

Simple submit your entries in the form below.

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22 Comments

  1. nape9393

    I loved selecting the boxed valentines to give to my school classmates. Great holiday!

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  2. Cynthia C

    I remember how much fun it was to make and decorate Velentine boxes to use at school for our Valentine cards.

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  3. Darlene Carbajal

    My favorite Valentine’s memory as a child was getting cards from friends. 🙂

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  4. Nicole Carter Weasley

    I just remember being so excited one year I got a single rose and some chocolates and I felt like such a big kid because only the big kids got roses!

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  5. Chris Martinez

    When I was young, my mother would bake sugar cookies in the shape of hearts for breakfast.

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  6. Rosanne

    I don’t have a lot of memories of Valentine’s Day as a child even though my father and brother were named Valentine. I do remember my mother storing an empty Valentine’s heart in her closet and it had ants in it. She should have thrown it out but it was too pretty.

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  7. alicia0795

    my favorite valentines day memory is getting valentines cards in kindergarden(: All we cared about then was the candy lol.

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  8. Bridgett Wilbur

    My favorite memory is making valentines with my grandparents

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  9. M. Van

    I liked cutting hearts out of construction paper and lace doilies and the smell of store bought valentines

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  10. Emily R.

    As a child, I have fond memories of my Dad bringing home a big box of Russell Stover chocolates. It was (and still is!) so much fun to see the wide assortment of candies.

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  11. Belinda Shaw

    My favorite Valentine’s memory as a child was having a Valentines/Birthday party with my friends since it was my birthday too.

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  12. Theresa Smith

    I remember getting the box of chocolate with all of the choices. We didn’t usually get much candy so this was really a treat.

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  13. Martha Codi Roberts

    I remember there was a little boy that would chase my kids and pin them down and kiss them when I was young. I remember helping those friends carefully select the weirdest valentine to give to him, since we had to give every one in the class a valentine. It was our little inside joke and way at getting back at him. That memory makes me giggle. Thanks for the chance!

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  14. Samantha Daleo

    I don’t really remember a lot as a child but I do remember always (even into my late teens) waking up on Valentines morning to a little treat of some sort left by my Mom. That always made the day special for me and as a Mom now myself, I try to always do the same for my kids, no matter how old they get.

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  15. Jill Rivera

    My stepdad always gave my mother a large chocolate heart and smaller one for my sister and me.

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  16. kathy pease

    I always loved when we exchanged valentine cards at school

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  17. EMMA L HORTON

    WE GAVE EACH OF OUR CLASSMATES A VALENTINE AND I WENT TO A ONE ROOM SCHOOL WITH FIRST GRADE THRU EIGHT GRADE…IT WAS A COMPETITION TO SEE WHO GOT THE MOST….THAT WAS A LONG, LONG TIME AGO

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  18. Teresa Spears

    I remember making Valenting mailboxes at school and handing out everyone a Valentine. It was so exciting to see who left a Valentine in your box and to see what it said! If they came with a sucker or piece of candy they were extra special!

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  19. Buddy Garrett

    Having Valentine’s parties at schhol were my favorite.

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  20. Danalee Davis

    My mom threw a fun Valentine’s party for my friends. 🙂 That is my favorite memory.

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  21. slehan

    I remember the year my sister and I made homemade Valentines for everyone.
    Thanks for the contest.

    slehan at juno dot com

    Reply

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