Thank you so so much to everyone who entered the 2nd HoopBunny Hula Hoop giveaway! There were almost 200 entries, so like the last giveaway I numbered each entry and used a random number generator to choose the winner. The winner of the HoopBunny Thanksgiving giveaway is Jennifer Kortier!!! Congratulations Jennifer! Please send an email with your choice of hula hoop (including colors & size) and your mailing address to HoopBunny@gmail.com. You can choose one from the HoopBunny Etsy shop or any combo of tapes that you see at the shop as well.
For everyone who entered the giveaway, you can use coupon code THANKFUL15 for 15% off a purchase at the HoopBunny shop from now until the end of the year!
Thank you everyone who entered the giveaway! I hope you all had a fantastic holiday too!
Love, Love, Love xx
There was such an amazing response to my last hula hoop giveaway that I’d like to do it again! Thank you again to everyone who entered the last giveaway, I loved watching all the new hoop tutorials and learning new tricks. I am thankful for all of you who support HoopBunny Hoops and the hooping community! ❤
In honor of Thanksgiving coming up, I want to know what YOU are thankful for! For this giveaway I would like you hoopers to tell me the reasons why you are thankful for discovering the beautiful art of hooping and you could be chosen at random to receive a custom HoopBunny Hula Hoop of your choice! I will be accepting entries for the giveaway from now until 11/27/13 at 11:59 pm, there is no limit on the number of entries per person.
You can enter the giveaway in the following ways:
1. Post a reason you are thankful you discovered hooping to the comments below this post or to the HoopBunny Facebook page.
2. LIKE HoopBunny on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HoopBunny
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3. SHARE the HoopBunny giveaway on your Facebook Page.
(Make sure to tag the HoopBunny page in your status update and let me know in the comments!)
5. Tweet the HoopBunny giveaway to your followers on Twitter.
(Make sure to mention @HoopBunny in your giveaway tweet!)
**Post additional reasons you are thankful for hooping, share, & tweet each day to increase your chance of winning!**
First of all, I want to thank everyone who participated in my first hoop giveaway! There was a great response with over 200 entries! In order to choose the winner fairly, I numbered each entry and put the total number into a random number generator. And so, the winner is Patience Faye Pechette! Congratulations Patience! Please email your choice of hoop (including colors & size) along with your address to HoopBunny@gmail.com.
To show my appreciation to everyone who entered the giveaway, use coupon code GIVETHANKS15 for 15% off any purchase at the HoopBunny shop! This coupon is valid until 11/30/13.
Happy Hooping everyone and thank you again!
This past Saturday I attended the Peach Music Festival in Scranton, PA. It was my second festival of the summer (first was GrassRoots), and my first and only big name fest for the year. I was only able to go for the day Saturday because I didn’t want to leave the babe for too long, but it was a BLAST! It was definitely the coolest venue I’ve ever been to. There is a water park on site with a lazy river, wave pool, and water slides! The weather was hot and sunny too, perfect water park weather.
I brought my newest hoop that I made for myself (pictured above). It is purple/teal leopard print with purple sequin deco tape, black, and fluorescent yellow (black light reactive) gaffer tape. I will be listing it soon at the HoopBunny shop! The sad thing was, I didn’t even use it once all day! It was so crowded there wasn’t really enough open space to comfortably hoop to the music at the main stage. A butterfly landed on my hoop while I was waiting in the parking lot for the shuttle bus to the venue (I’m not even going to get into that terrible situation), and that was about as must action as my hoop got all day! I was having so much fun, this is also the only photo I took all day 🙂
I did see one girl hooping in the crowd on the lawn in front of the main stage with an awesome future hoop. She was only hooping in between sets and seemed to only be waist hooping because of the limited space. It was nice to see that hoopers were respecting others’ personal space. I hate being at a crowded event where hoopers are hitting people or taking up a ton of space to hoop. I feel like that causes certain people to really dislike hoops and hula hoopers. Believe me, there are some hoop haters out there! Lots of love and respect at the Peach Fest! Hopefully I can make it for the whole weekend next year.
Peace, Love, & Hooping xx