It's that time again to announce the results of our June 2007 CD Contests and also announce our July 2007 Contest (see below).
Our June CD Contest featured a special "Post the Most" contest in our community forum. Winners of this contest get to choose their prize based on the rank of their community posting:
June 2007 CD CONTEST RESULTS: pflanary - 335 Posts - 1st CD selection.
Lady of the Loch - 267 Posts - 2nd CD selection.
JaneyMae - 213 Posts - 3rd CD selection.
Nocturnaline - 188 Posts - 4th CD selection.
Antonio - 173 Posts - 5th CD selection.
haynes9 - 171 Posts - Celtic Radio Bumper Sticker.
sisterknight - 108 Posts - Celtic Radio Bumper Sticker.
Donajhi - 103 Posts - Celtic Radio Bumper Sticker.
Rindy - 101 Posts - Celtic Radio Bumper Sticker.
valpal 59 - 87 Posts - Celtic Radio Bumper Sticker.
CDs that are available to each CD winner based upon their rank:
Sian James - n ferch o Bedlam Deirdre Shannon - Deirdre Shannon Hugh Morrison - Under a Texas Skye The Elders - Racing the Tide Maidens IV - Four Aflame
Please contact us by email with your snail address to received your CD. Please note that you have 30 days to claim your prize, otherwise it gets raffled off!
July CD CONTESTFor our July 2007 CD contest we are featuring 5 CDs!
Kennedy's Kitchen - A Pocketful of Lint Judith Weikle - Pirates, Poets and Patriots Patrick's Head -Arse Biscuits! 14 Miles to Boston - The Jolly Rogues Maggie Sansone - Mystic Dance
New Founder Contest to be Announced Soon!
To be eligible for the monthly CelticRadio.net contests you must post at least one message (in the month of the contest) in the CelticRadio.net community forums. Or sign-up for a CelticRadio.net Founder's account to be automatically entered each month:
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Oh wow! Choices are so difficult for me! We Piscese do not make decisions well. How about Hugh Morrison since I do not know what the other two sound like. Is that a good choice? I sure hope so! Thank you soooooo much!