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Mom Owned Small Business Needs YOUR Help

We only have TWO more days to get as many new Facebook PAGE LIKE’S as we can before the end of Facebook’s Small Business Boost Contest. We could win $10,000 in free Facebook advertising for our small, Mom owned business.

I’m sure many of you know that being a full time Mom and owning a small business takes a lot of hard work and dedication. As Mom’s & small business owners this would be like winning the lottery since our business is funded out of our own pockets.

Our business is a small, online baby boutique. We sell one-of-a-kind, designer baby clothing and gifts. It is owned by myself and my sister-in-law and we could REALLY use your support!

We would like to ask all of you Mom’s to please help us out by visiting our Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/SpecialBabyShowerGifts and clicking the ‘Like’ button at the top of the page.

We would also greatly appreciate it if you would share the link to our page on your wall and ask your friends to help support our small business as well.

Facebook’s contest ends on March 31st so please like our page today!

THANK YOU ALL SO MUCH IN ADVANCE!

Jamie

Owner/Partner

Special Baby Shower Gifts

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