Friday, September 21, 2012

Troy-Bilt Cordless, Battery-Powered Cultivator Giveaway!



Update, 9/28/12:  Thank you so much to everyone who entered.  I loved reading all your comments here and on facebook.  Your comments made me kind of wish I had one of these babies to give away to each of you!  

Congratulations to SuzOh - you're the winner!  Please reply to my email with your shipping information and your brand-new cultivator will be on its way.


Don't you just love blog giveaways?  I sure do, especially when I get to host one!  For one week, starting today and ending next Friday, September 28th, US residents can enter here for a chance to win this Troy-Bilt Lithium-Ion battery-powered cultivator.

New this year, the TBC57 cordless cultivator has a rechargeable 20-volt lithium-ion battery - no smelly, expensive gasoline, and no extension cord needed!  This light-weight cultivator is easy-to-use, and perfect for both beginner and experienced gardeners.

Entry is easy - just leave a comment here, telling me how you would use this cultivator in your garden.

Want an bonus chance to win?  That's easy too - Be a US resident, 'Like' my facebook page if haven't already, leave a comment on this status update saying how you'd use the cultivator, and share the status update on your own facebook page.

 The winner will be selected next Friday, 9/28/12, at 9:00 a.m. Central Daylight Time, via Random.org.   Once the winner is selected, I'll update this post.  I'll need to be able to reach the winner, so be sure your email address is easy to find, either on your blogger profile, on your blog, or linked through your comment.  The cultivator will be shipped to the winner directly by Troy-Bilt.  

Good luck everyone!

21 comments:

  1. My wild garden needs to be tamed and what would tame it better than nice edges. Sign me up for the giveaway Linda!

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  2. I would use this to make my garden more polished!!
    family74014 at gmail dot com

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  3. Anonymous10:47 AM

    Winning a cultivator would be like a dream for me! The previous owner of my property planted mint which I was initially excited about – that’s how much I knew about gardening. Haha! I have tried digging it out because it is taking up some prime garden space, but after a good rain it re-emerges with a vengeance. Then this summer I ended up with West Nile Virus and wasn’t able to do as much and now it’s completely out of control. I’m certain that this cultivator would be the answer to my mint related woes. Thank you for hosting this wonderful giveaway! Jennie B in OKC

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    1. Anonymous10:53 AM

      Oh I guess you might need my full name - Jennie Brooks. thanks!

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  4. I would use it to clean up my current garden and expand it into a sunny area that would be great for full sun plants!

    soluckyducky at gmail dot com

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  5. It's pity- I'm not the US citizen and can't to win this toy!

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  6. I would use it to mix in soil amendments to my beds and edge some beds.
    Wayne J.

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    1. I forgot to include my email. bigman1 at gmail dot com

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  7. I think one of those would be just the handiest things. Good luck to the contestants.

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  8. I am so happy the snarkyvegan sent me this link! I'm whole foods, plant based and we try to grow as much as we can. My poor husband does everything by hand. I would love for him to have this amazing cultivator to help lighten his load.

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  9. I would love to work my garden with this Beauty! I need something light weight that can make the job a bit easier=)
    This is such a fantastic giveaway, Thank you for the chance!
    Lethea
    Luvdaylilies at bellsouth dot net

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  10. Instead of doing things the old fashion way, it would help with less time. More planting of peas and squash in hurry.

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  11. My garden got away from me in the past year - family needs and a bad back kept me from spending enough time on it - I need serious help to whip it back into shape!

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    1. woops - suzanne dot offner at gmail

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  12. Considering how weedy my vegetable garden was this summer, I could definitely use this! Having something lightweight that I could actually manage would mean, too, I wouldn't have to wait for my husband or someone else to do it for me. Thanks, Linda and Troy-Bilt!

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  13. I would use it in my veggie garden and to help with a hedge I am trying to plant. It sure would beat my shovel. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  14. JudyW (judyw4ever@yahoo.com)5:43 PM

    I found your blog while searching gardening blogs. I also "liked" you on Facebook.

    How exciting to enter a contest while I'm here also. I am and have been a gardener as long as I can remember. 8 years ago, I had a neighbor who would let me borrow his tiller, but since he moved, I have always done this by hand. My vegetable garden is 16x16 and the muscles in my upper legs up through my back are painful for days after. This would be very helpful.

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  15. My husband and I expanded our garden this year, it was quite the undertaking! Getting it ready for the winter would go a lot smoother with this awesome tiller! Thanks for the chance to win :)

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  16. How I wish to have one also. I appreciate you concern. Give and you'll be blessed.

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