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‘When in Rome’ Contest Winners!

posted by Nell Minow

Thanks so much to all who entered my contest for “When in Rome” DVDs! The good news is that it was my most popular contest ever. The bad news is that I have only five copies to give away. Thanks so much to all who entered and for your wonderful suggestions for the most romantic city ever. Italy came in first, with many picks for Venice and some for Rome, Siena, and Florence. But Paris was the city with the most votes. Some liked Hawaii and one liked Alaska. Montreal, Chicago, San Francisco and New York had supporters. Many said the most romantic city was whichever one their SO was in.
I will notify the winners by email. Be sure to check your spam filters to make sure my email didn’t go astray and send your address if you haven’t already. Thanks to all who entered. And keep checking, as I have more giveaways coming soon!
WINNERS:
Michelle S.
Cheryl W.
Dana N.
Latisha D.
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