Saturday, May 9, 2009

KC Tees Giveaway

For a little while now I have been signed up on ChicExecs where I have the opportunity to review different products from different companies.
So, a little while ago KC Tees sent me one of their Fe shirts (which stands for Faith) to review. Unfortunately, it didn't fit me but it looked great on my sister in law. The colors are so bright and cheerful and the fabric is soft and stretchy. She said she loved how comfy and long it was.

Baby Rib 100% Cotton, 3/4 Sleeve Raglan Baseball Tee.
Lemon/Fuschia with a Hot Pink Shimmer Imprint.

They have some fabulous shirts! A few of my other favorites are their Unity(you have to see this one up close, it is so cool!), and Paz (Peace) tees. Another amazing thing I learned about their company is that they donate a portion of their t-shirt sales to a family service non-profit organization called Para Los Ninos (for the children). It is based in Los Angeles and they help to bring children (of all ethnicities) from some of Los Angeles' most challenging communities out of poverty and onto brighter, more successful futures. And to me, that's pretty amazing.

If you would like to buy one of their adorable tees (remember they fit small) and help their cause go here: http://www.kclosangeles.com

Or you can enter to win a T-shirt of your choice (as long as it is in stock) Open to US

Here's how you win:
(Required for initial entry)
Leave a comment below telling me your favorite non-english word. Make sure you tell me what it means and what language it is!

For extra entries after the initial entry above
(please leave a separate comment for each one):

  • BEFORE YOU DO THESE MAKE SURE YOU'VE SUBMITTED YOUR INITIAL ENTRY!
  • Please visit KC Tees and tell me what your favorite t-shirt is!
  • Subscribe to my totally awesome blog!
  • Put my adorable button on your blog. (make sure you have the new one!)
  • Follow my blog! (top left)
  • Follow me on Twitter
  • Tweet about this contest!
  • And seriously, if you want to do anything else like blog or stumble or whatever you just do it and let me know and I'll count it. Sound good?
  • And make sure you leave a separate comment for each one!!
This contest will end Saturday, May 16 at 11:59 pm and I will announce the winner the next day. Please leave your email address or make sure your blogger profile is public so I can find you! Good luck!

47 comments:

  1. Oh no, there aren't any comments yet. I hope that doesn't mean my chances for winning are lower, being the first. Anyway, a favorite foreign word, (I'm going to slaughter this) Komsa-Homneydah. It's Korean. And this is really dumb of me, but it means either Thank-you or hello or goodbye. I think. :) But it's fun to say!

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  2. I like the Paz shirt. I really like the colors.

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  3. I love the pink rose mamacita t-shirt. amsbolda@hotmail.com

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  4. I have your button. amsbolda@hotmail.com

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  5. I follow your blog. amsbolda@hotmail.com

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  6. I follow on twitter. 1amypugmire. amsbolda@hotmail.com

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  7. tweeted. amsbolda@hotmail.com
    http://twitter.com/1amypugmire/status/1759825789

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  8. Agapo is my favorite Non English word, it is Greek and means Love

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  9. I like the Mamacita t-shirt, so cool!

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  10. My favorite non-english word is amor which is spanish for love.

    craziedee3@aol.com

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  11. My favorite T-shirt from KC Tees is the Amor (Love) Stencil Short Sleeve Tee!

    craziedee3@aol.com

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  12. I am a subscriber!

    craziedee3@aol.com

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  13. I follow MomNerd on Twitter!

    craziedee3@aol.com

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  14. My favorite non-English word is Paz which means peace in Spanish.

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  15. I like the Paz (peace) shirt in white.

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  16. I follow you on Twitter as (winsome6)

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  17. plesky...(or plisky....i'm not good at spelling)...it is a scottish word...i love the sound of it...it means a practical joke or a trick.

    pax...the benidictine word for peace. i once read that peace is not a place where you go and worry no more. peace is a place where you go and worry without fear.

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  18. My favorite non-English word is most certainly "mantequilla de cacahuete!" It is just SO stinking much fun to say! It means Peanut Butter in spanish! LOL! Nothing extravagant, just way fun! LOL!

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  19. The 'amor' stencil tee is my favorite! I love it!

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  20. So its a phrase:
    J'aime et j'espere (I hope I spelled it right...) It is French and means I love and I hope.
    Nice, huh?

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  21. A friend of mine taught me a japanese word a long time ago. It's "hoshi", and simple means "star". I just like it...it's cute to say.

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  22. I like the amor and the paz t-shirts. They're both cute.

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  23. I already followed you on twitter. =]

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  24. Agago is Greek for love but not just love but love above all else; I carries a meaning that puts love in a catagory of God's love.

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  25. I subscribe and want that extra entry. Thank you for allowing me to enter this neat giveaway.

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  26. I like the Fe Tee in small. I thin the Spanish word for Faith would be a great testimony as there are so many spanish speaking people around a college campus. I would give this to my granddaughter as it doesn't come in my size. She has more faith than anyone I know and she would love to wear this to the youth group she volunteers at. Many of them are spanish speaking youth,

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  27. Besitos (Spanish for little kisses) I usually said that to the kids when they were small and still do to my daughter... even my bilingual kitties understand me! Hubby also understands VERY well!

    micaela6955 at msn dot com

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  28. I love all of the shirts but my favorite one is the pink Mamacita one!

    micaela6955 at msn dot com

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  29. I only know one word in Romanian: success (SOOK-chess). It means, get ready for it, success. It's how you say good luck.

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  30. now following you on twitter (micaela6955)

    micaela6955 at msn dot com

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  31. following your blog as well!

    micaela6955 at msn dot com

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  32. My favorite non-english word is PAZ, which means PEACE. How cool that KC's Tees has this on one of their shirts. I like the one with the daisy.

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  33. Fun to say, not sure how to spell:
    yokodenkimashda! Japanese for good job!
    mel at skbphoto.com

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