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June Facebook Contest Winners

We have winners!! Eighteen of them!

DollarDays would like to personally thank the 6,000+ people who nominated their favorite charities in our June “Nominate Your Favorite Charity” promotion. All of us at DollarDays would like to thank you for taking the time to help make a difference in the lives of so many!

Drum roll please!  

First Place, a $2,000 shopping spree, was given to DoSomething.org and nominated by Mike Absher! The $1,000 Second Place shopping spree went to 21FriendsDS, nominated by Jose Reyes. And Third Place was awarded to MonkeyDoProject.com by Phil Goodson.

Each of the following won $100 shopping sprees at DollarDays.com!

  • Talk About Curing Autism, nominated by Tracey Nelson
  • Limestone County Churches Involved, nominated by Pamela Nash
  • ASPCA Abilene, nominated by Michela Brown
  • Missouri Humane Society, nominated by Eileen Carlson
  • St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital, nominated by Mary Keip
  • American Heart Assn, nominated by Jessica Para
  • G-Rod Foundation, nominated by Terrie Warren
  • The Travelin’ Rat, submitted by Danielle Stanley
  • National Council of Jewish Women-Back to School Store, nominated by Andrea Newstead
  • Blind Cat Rescue and Sanctuary, nominated by Diane King
  • Chemung County SPCA, nominated by Tammy Ford
  • Jay’s Hope, nominated by Wanda Epperson
  • Susan G. Komen, nominated by KC Angelina
  • HRC, nominated by Alicia Stanley

PS. Wristbands have been mailed to all the valid address we received! Enjoy and thank you!

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July 3, 2013   No Comments

Easy way to help your favorite charity

You don’t even have to get out of your chair. Just click on this image and you will be taken to our June Facebook Sweepstakes.

This month, all you have to do is nominate your favorite charity and they will be entered to win in the $5,000 merchandise giveaway. There will be 18 winners total, with a $2,000 first place prize, $1,000 for second place and $500 for third place.  Fifteen will each receive $100 in merchandise. Winners don’t EVER have to pay a penny. No shipping, no taxes.

Tell your friends. Tell your church! Tell everyone! Enter now to help your charity.dollardays, contest, $5,000 contest, non-prfit contest

June 12, 2013   No Comments

5 ways to put a personal touch on small biz

small bizBy guest blogger Laura.Colado of Bongo International

One of the perks of having a small business is that you have more freedom to personalize interactions and follow-ups.  However, many small businesses actually fail to use this to their advantage by formalizing processes for customer engagement.  Instead of attempting to prematurely “corporatize” your business, indulge in the personal touch that a small business brings to the table.

Fox Business Small Business Center has published a short list of five ways that you can add a personal touch to your small business. This can be accomplished with an array of initiatives such as hand-written thank you notes and a true open-door policy for customers and employees.

Read the full list HERE, and start interacting with your customers on a more personal level today!

June 4, 2013   No Comments

Teachers win $5,000 in merchandise

may13contest_160x300The results of DollarDays’ May Facebook Contest are in!

Our 107,000+ fans told us who their favorite teachers are and why.  One thing we know for sure is that there are a lot of amazing teachers in this country. We are pleased that we could provide $5,000 in merchandise to help our 18 randomly selected winners buy school supplies for next fall.

And the winners are:

First place winner $2,000 in merchandise: Lisa Ildefonzo of Sandpiper School

Second place winner $1,000 in merchandise: Colleen Furlong of Kingsborough Elementary

Third place winner $500 in merchandise: Julie Ahern Andrew Cook Magnet School

Our fifteen $100 in merchandise winners are: Kelly Shelby of Linda Herrington Elementary, Erika Breton of Lincoln Elementary, Brian Taylor of Holy Innocents Grammar School, Scott Green of Kennett High School, Breanna Williams of District 279, Zinda McDaniel Brooks County High School, Katherine Perea of Cimarron Springs, Leda Mares Searles Elementary, Dave Burgess of West Hills High, Stacey Smith of St. Francis de Sales School, Melissa Bruno of BirchLane Elementary School, Kim Cole of Covington Elementary, Janeen Weigel of Lincoln Elementary, Ashley Horner of Lickdale Elementary and Anna Kramer of Diamond Canyon School.

This month, our DollarDays Facebook $5,000 giveaway is for charitable organizations. Be sure to visit DollarDays Facebook fan page to nominate  your favorite charity.

June 3, 2013   No Comments

DEAL ALERT! Designer Backpacks!

Here’s a great value that moms and dads everywhere will appreciate.

We know school is out for summer and the last thing you are thinking about is back to school supplies, but we wanted to share this with you because it’s an incredible value ($100 retail value—what you’ll pay this August if you buy everything separately) and a time saver. But it’s only available through June 30. So, you might consider getting the backpacks now instead of August. We’ve also had many organizations buy them for charitable giving. They sell for $35 on our site, but you can get one for $25 by entering promo code BP4KIDS at checkout!

Just click on the backpack and it will take you to the description where you’ll discover the dozens of school supplies that are packed into this classic  Marc Gold designer backpack. Be sure you enter promo code BP4KIDS at checkout to get the backpack for $25!

When was the last time you got a NICE backpack filled with supplies for $25? We guess never. If you have one in school or six, this is your way to save a lot of money!discount backpack

May 29, 2013   No Comments

5 Ways to Help Teachers and Students Beat Sequestration

may13contest_160x300“Here we are at the end of another school year, and once again, teachers throughout the US are facing uncertainty,” said Marc Joseph, Founder and CEO of DollarDays.  “Will they have a job next school year, and if so, will their classrooms balloon to unmanageable sizes? Congress has not acted and now the impact of sequestration on federal educational programs is becoming a frightening reality.”

DollarDays, America’s premier online wholesaler, works closely with teachers and school administrators across the country, supplying the tools and supplies needed most in public education. We hear the horror stories of budget and personnel cuts from our customers in primary and secondary education throughout the year and the thought of deeper education cuts does not look good for our kids or our teachers.

Who are the biggest victims of the education sequester?
• Special needs kids and Head Start (the pre-school program for disadvantaged kids)
• Poor kids and Title 1 (federal support for low income school districts)

What are the consequences of education cuts?­­
• Special needs kids may not get the therapy they need
• School districts may become reluctant to classify kids with disabilities because of the cuts to this program
• Art and music programs may be reduced or cut to help the budget gap

Five ways  Americans  can help our teachers and students now:
1. Communicate with your representatives in the House and in the Senate.
2.  Donate to National Teachers Assistance Organization for professional assistance for teachers.
3.  At Donors Choose, public school teachers post classroom project requests and you can donate to the project that most inspires you.
4.  At Start Donating, they match donors with teachers in need of supplies.
5. And at DollarDays on our Facebook page, we are giving away $5,000 worth of products in May to help teachers across this great country; so please nominate your favorite teacher who deserves your help.

People become teachers because they want to help others and they want to make a difference. Our teachers need to focus on their passion, instead of worrying about if they will lose their jobs because our political leaders could not act to protect the educational system, which has been the backbone of our society.  Let’s hope our leaders come to their senses before it is too late for our kids, and in the long run, the future of this country.

“It may seem like contacting a senator or donating supplies couldn’t possibly make a difference, but collectively, we can make a difference—a difference that will help our ­­­teachers, our kids and our country.  Be sure to visit DollarDays.com and nominate your favorite teacher to win in our $5,000 school supplies giveaway—eighteen teachers will be randomly selected to win,” said Marc Joseph.

 

May 10, 2013   No Comments

Winners of our April $5,000 Pet Shelter Giveaway!

Dog thank youCongrats to the Winners of our April $5,000 Pet Shelter Giveaway!
$2000 winner: Partners for Pets
$1,000 winner: Jefferson County Humane Society
$500 winner: Adams County Pet Rescue in Othello
$100 winners:

DeKalb County Animal Shelter,P.A.W.S. Tinley Park, Haven of the Ozarks Animal Sanctuary,Pinal Animal Control,HELP Humane in Belton, MO, Clay County Humane Society,Trenton Animal Shelter,Windham County Humane Society,Oconto County Humane Society Oconto,It’s Meow or Never Animal Rescue,Lenawee County Humane Shelter,Eau Claire County Animal Shelter,THE ARK, National Mill Dog Rescue, One of A Kind Pet Rescue

Big thanks to all who entered their favorite pet shelters!

Be sure to participate in our “Nominate your Favorite Teacher $5,000 Giveaway” this month on Facebook!

May 2, 2013   1 Comment

We’re giving away $5,000 to teachers this month

Click on the apple below to learn how to enter your favorite teacher to win in our $5,000 merchandise giveaway this month!

Why do we do it? Because people become teachers to help others and they want to make a difference. We need our teachers to focus on their passion and not have to worry about if they have enough classroom supplies. As our teachers finish this school year and start to prepare for the next, let’s hope this giveaway will make a difference to the 18 teachers who will receive merchandise from this giveaway. At DollarDays, we love teachers and want to do whatever we can to support them. Nominate your favorite teacher and show your support too! Thank you!may13contest_160x300

May 1, 2013   No Comments

100,000 Facebook Fans Winner

We have a winner! For the past few months, we have been trying to hit the 100,000 fan mark on Facebook, so we made it into a contest. We asked fans to guess the month, day and time when we would hit 100,000 fans.

With thousands of entries and hitting 100,000 fans while you were sleeping last night, we have a winner. Congratulations to Rosalind Suite from North Carolina! And a super huge thank you to all our fans!!

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April 24, 2013   No Comments

DollarDays’ $5,000 Pet Shelter Giveaway

Most of us own pets. We know the comfort they provide for life’s invisible scars. The unconditional love they provide transcends work issues, family conflicts, death, divorce and other life events. Our pets don’t care if we can read or not, what our skin color is or who we love.

At DollarDays, the nation’s premier online wholesaler, we are doing our part by giving away $5,000 worth of merchandise to help animal shelters across the country—and you can be a part of it.  Please nominate an animal shelter in your community by entering on our Facebook page. Additionally, Animal Planet’s hit reality TV show, Pit Bulls and Parolees, will have a donation opportunity for their pit bull rescue center, Villalobos (VRC) on DollarDays’ checkout page during April. Customers can choose to donate $1, $5 or $20 to VRC.

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April 9, 2013   No Comments