Sunday, December 5, 2010

Tauer Cologne Du Maghreb Winner + Another Giveaway!


Before I announce the winners of the draw, I just want to thank all of you who entered. I did, of course, read and enjoy every single one of your comments. According to Google, about three-quarters of yesterday's hits on Persolaise.com were from first-time visitors: I hope all you newcomers decide to make this a regular stop on your blog wanderings. And I also need to say thanks again to Andy Tauer for providing the prize.

Okay, here we go. The winner of a full bottle of Cologne Du Maghreb is

Cheryl G.

And the winner of a sample of the same cologne (decanted from my own precious supply!) is

Jutta (Safran).

Congratulations to both of you! Please send your postal address to persolaise at gmail dot com; Cheryl, I'll then forward your address to Andy.

Commiserations to everyone else... but don't feel too despondent. Come back here on Tuesday for a chance to win a sample of Houbigant's remake of Fougère Royale.

Persolaise.

12 comments:

  1. And well done getting the information up as quickly as this. Top job!

    cheerio, Anna in wintry Edinburgh

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  2. Anna, I don't like to keep people waiting :-) And besides, we've got another giveaway coming up tomorrow.

    Is Edinburgh still wintry? Things are decidedly warmer today down here in the south.

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  3. Ooh, we're freezing here. Towards the end of this week, when the wind begins to come from the north-west, we might get to the dizzy heights of 0 degrees C in the daytime.

    (Maybe you like going to cold places during your break ...? Just thinking aloud.)

    cheerio, wearing warm and spicy and comforting scents,

    Anna in Edinburgh

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  4. Anna, the next time the little thermometer in the car says 2 degrees and I start having a mini-freak out, I'll think of you.

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  5. Dont fret, Mr P: I'd freak out if I was driving in temps just above freezing too - much too scary and bad for the nerves.

    Have a lovely stress-free break, wherever you and Mrs P go!

    cheerio, Anna in Edinburgh

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  6. Anna, thanks very much indeed. 'Stress-free' will definitely be on the agenda... actually, what we'll do is just try not to have an agenda!

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  7. Thank you very much. I sat in a teacher parent meeting today and was brought to tears to hear that one of my students will have nothing for Christmas. No tree, no celebration, nothing. I will pay my good luck forward.
    I hope she likes fragrance.
    Thank you Andy. Thank you Persolaise for this opportunity. Let's keep the good energy flowing!

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  8. Cheryl G, thanks for writing. I'm sure your student will appreciate your gesture.

    By the way, I'm not entirely sure what you mean, but Persolaise most definitely does not = Michael.

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