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Giveaway: Cornhole – Throwing Bags in a Hole Books

Posted by Dave On July - 22 - 2011

Cornhole Book coverBack in December we did a book review of Cornhole – Throwing Bags in a Hole written by Mark Rogers. For those that enjoy playing cornhole either at a tailgate party or in the backyard, this book is a comprehensive informational resource that will answer any and all questions you may have about the game of cornhole.

The book covers how the game originated, building your own boards, rules, organizing tournaments and most importantly, understanding the unique language and slang terms used by cornholers. Cornhole – Throwing Bags in a Hole is the one book that you should have as a permanent fixture in your tailgating kit in order to resolve any possible disputes about rules and game etiquette right then and there.

The good news is that in anticipation of the upcoming football season, we are giving away two paperback copies of Cornhole – Throwing Bags in a Hole to our readers.

We will be randomly giving away two copies of Cornhole – Throwing Bags in a Hole, signed by the author Mark Rogers, to two lucky readers. There are two ways to enter and qualify.

The first way you can enter and qualify is via Facebook. All you need to do is become a fan of TailgatingIdeas.com on Facebook at our Facebook Fan Page. There you will find a posting regarding this giveaway. Leave a comment on that post telling us why you would like a free, signed copy of the book. We will then randomly select the winner using Random.org’s true random number selection tool. Deadline to post on the Facebook page is Wednesday, July 27, 2011 at noon pacific time. Once a winner is randomly selected we will contact you for your mailing address and your book will be mailed directly from the publisher.

The second way to enter is via Twitter. Make sure you are following @TailgatingIdeas on Twitter and then send out this tweet:

@TailgatingIdeas #giveaway of a free copy of the book “Cornhole – Throwing Bags in a Hole” by Mark Rogers http://t.co/2tpSbci #Cornholebook

We ask that you tweet that once a day because each daily tweet will earn you one entry into the random drawing. Multiple tweets in a day are appreciated but will not increase your entries. Deadline to get your tweets in are Wednesday, July 27, 2011 at noon pacific time.

A winner will be selected using the Random.org true random number generator and the winner will be notified to provide their mailing address. Make you are following @TailgatingIdeas on Twitter because we will be notifying you that you won via Direct Message. (Twitter does not allow users to direct message another user unless they are following each other.)

If you don’t win a book or just can’t wait until a winner is announced, you can get your own copy of Cornhole – Throwing Bags in a Hole from a number of different places. The softcover book signed by the author Mark Rogers is priced at $19.95 and you can order it online at cornholebook.com. If you prefer to buy your hard copy books through Amazon, you can buy this book there too.

If you are more of an electronic reader, you can get this book on Kindle, NOOK, iPhone, iPad and iBooks or even download it electronically to your computer. The electronic versions are much cheaper than the hard copy editions but they are still the same when it comes to the content no matter which format you prefer.

Good luck and remember, you have until Wednesday, July 27, 2011 at noon pacific time to enter.

 

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