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Enter Primal Toad's Massively EPIC Giveaway!

How Todd Dosenberry pulled all this together, I don't know, but I admire the heck out of him for it.

Todd, as you may know, is the high-energy blogger over at Toadally Primal and he's got an EPIC Giveaway going on right now, with one of the greatest gift lists I've ever encountered in a Paleo contest!  Check this out:

  • Squatty Potty ($80)
  • US Wellness Meats Gift Card ($100)
  • TX Bar Organics Gift Card ($50)
  • CocoMoJoe Bars Variety Pack ($39)
  • Kasandrinos Imports Olive Oil 1.25 mL ($42)
  • Paleo Kits – Steve’s Club Sampler ($30)
    • 1 original large PaleoKit 
    • 1 grass-fed small PaleoKit 
    • 1 grass-fed Just Jerky 
    • 1 original PaleoKrunch bar 
    • 1 PaleoKrunch original flavor cereal 
    • 1 coconut small PaleoKit 
  • Tanka Bar ($10)
  • An "I eat heart healthy saturated fat" t-shirt ($20)
  • A Primal Blueprint "Grok on" t-shirt ($20)
  • The book Practical Paleo – Signed by Diane Sanfilippo ($40)
  • The book Make It Paleo – Signed by Bill Staley & Hayley Mason ($35)
  • The NomNom Paleo iPad App & NomNom Paleo Socks ($10)
  • The book I Love Real Food ($12)
  • Toadally Primal Smoothies Package ($29)
  • The book Moan Out Loud ($20)
  • The Paleo Budget Shopping Guide ($20)
  • Robb Wolf’s 30 Day Total Transformation ($25)
  • The 21 Day Sugar Detox ($21)
  • The 30 Day Intro to Paleo ($15)
  • Rebel Fitness/Strength/Running Guides ($147)
  • The Primal Blueprint 21-Day Total Body Transformation Pre-Owned ($23)
  • The Primal Leap Pre-Owned ($197)
  • 1 Year Paleo Magazine Subscription ($45)
  • 1 Year Paleo Lifestyle Magazine Subscription ($30)
  • 4 Paleo Magazine Issues Used ($28)
  • The Real Food Summit ($99)
  • Beyond Broccoli Pre-Owned ($20)
  • Cereal Killer Pre-Owned ($13)
  • Amazon Gift Card ($25)
And there may be more.  Enter this one TODAY!  


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