Found December 19, 2012 on
Everth Cabrera Bobblehead
Happy Holidays from everyone at Friarhood.com !
As I’m sure you have noticed, we made some changed around here. The new site is active and you will notice that something new is added daily. In an effort to say thanks to our loyal members I decided to dig up some fun items to giveaway. Today you have an opportunity to win this Everth Cabrera bobblehead.
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In the comments, just introduce yourself to the community. Feel free to have a little fun with it. While you are here, you can edit your profile, add a picture, a bio, all kinds of fun stuff.
We will have a contest each day this week, so get registered and come back daily for your chance to win.
Terms and conditions – Winner cannot win more than once within a 30-day period. Winner is responsible for pick-up of the item or shipping costs. Winner much claim prize within 30-days or will forfeit the prize.
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