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$10 for 20 Lap Race at FastKart Speedway in SLC or Layton! + GIVEAWAY!


Screamin Daily Deal:  $10 for a 20 lap race at FastKart Speedway! ($20 Value) It's valid Mon - Thursday and needs to be redeemed by 9/30/11.  There is a location in SLC or Sandy.

I have one to giveaway TODAY!  

Here's how to enter:  Leave a comment under the post on Facebook and whoever has the most likes on their comment at 4pm today will win.  If there is a tie I will use Random.org to choose the winner.

--This giveaway is sponsored by me.
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hdlzx2 said…
I think they should all be random...some of us don't have that many Face book savvy friends.
luckily 95% of my giveaways are random :) Giveaways sponsored by me I try to use to grow my fan base so I can get more giveaways for the future. It's so fun!

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