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Guest Post from Kelly at Win, Lose, or Blog
Hello fitness friends! We are now accepting applications for season EIGHT of Win, Lose, or Blog! This season we are welcoming past contestants in addition to new contestants- so please apply if you were a previous WLB contestant OR a newbie! If you have applied and not been chosen before- please apply again! We always get so many awesome candidates that it is very hard to choose! 

We have had HUGE successes with our past seven seasons and cant wait to get started! Season Eight will begin on August 27 and those chosen will be notified around August 17-20. Keep checking the blog and our Facebook page for updates! 

If you have problems attaching your pictures through our form- please email them to us with your name in the subject line. Please check out our "what is WLB page" to learn more about our contest. And email us if you have any questions: 
winloseorblog at gmail dot com.

We are also looking for fellow fitness bloggers to guest post, help us advertise, or possibly join our team- please email us if interested!

Help us spread the word- after you apply -post about it on your blog, Facebook, and Twitter! Even if you don't apply- share the love and help us spread the word!

Comments

Julie said…
If only I hadn't already lost my weight! Dang it! LOL!

-Julie
www.TheMLBB.com
www.TheMLBB.go1vizn.com
Jen Crum said…
I applied. Thanks for sharing about tihs!
Lindsey Lu said…
thank you for sharing!

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