WE’RE SURPRISING 4 LUCKY MOMS EACH WEEK UNTIL MOTHER’S DAY!
Prize: Each week we will announce and feature one new deserving "Mom" submission and the winner will receive a FREE HD Maximus Smart Security Light and a FREE year of Kuna Premium "Essential Security" service all at no cost!
Dates: The contest starts on April 25th and ends May 15, 2017 at midnight. A new winner will be announced each week and our final winner will be selected on Mother's Day and announced on May 16th 2017 at 5:00pm PST.
Rules: It’s simple. Just click on visit the official contest link and submit your deserving "Mom" story. The more entries, more chances to win. There are six ways to enter the contest and each week we will announce a new winner:
- - Nominate and share your favorite deserving Mom Story
- - Tweet about us
- - Follow us on Twitter
- - Visit Kuna on Facebook
- - Refer friends and family
- - Send us your best #CapturedByKuna videos
Each action gives you a number of entries, and you can repeat some of them multiple times for extra entries. At the end of each week, one lucky winner will be selected (four winners in total). Number of entries increase your chances to win, but the winner will not be selected by number of entries.
Official Contest Link: https://gleam.io/3EHju/mothers-day
How it Works Select one of the actions available on the contest widget and enter the contest. You can select as many actions as you want for more entries. Remember, more entries, more chances to win.
As you select your first action to enter the contest, you will be asked to provide your Name and Email Address. These information will be used to announce the winner and to ask for shipping address only.
The final winner will be announced on May 16th, 2017 at 5:00pm PST. All prizes will be shipped free of charge using standard shipping.
How the Winner Will Be Selected We will use Random.org to draw a new winner each week, as they offer true randomness: RANDOM.ORG offers true random numbers to anyone on the Internet. The randomness comes from atmospheric noise, which for many purposes is better than the pseudo-random number algorithms typically used in computer programs.