Wow, really thrilled to have been a winner! I can't wait to get my prize! Thanks for having such an AWESOME contest!!!
-Lisa Ahlstedt (3rd Quarter Winner)
Los Angeles (PRWEB) March 05, 2013
Afro-Brazilian.com, a website dedicated to educating African Americans/ Blacks and others on the richness and diversity of the Afro-Brazilian culture, is proud to announce the second quarter winners for the First Year Anniversary Facebook Sweepstakes.
The following are the third quarter winners:
Dinner for Two at Hilton Checkers Downtown
Antonio Macias, Joana Villa, Charles Opong, Daisy Fujii-Ramos and Andrew Wong
Five Complimentary Sanginitto Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Classes
Dante Giles, Francisco Landeros and Andrew Solis
Universal Art Gallery Art Framing Services
Claudia Fernandes and Mireya Vera
Dinner at Café Brasil
Wesley Williams, Patricia Reynaga and Ivan Acosta
California African American Museum Gift Basket
inTheNest Pearl Necklace
Massage Session at Massage Therapy Center
Everyone Tone A Testimony Double CD Set
Cook Like a Rockstar With Suzanne Lenzer Cookbook
Dinner at Bossa Nova
Starbucks Gift Card
Authentic Male Brasil Clothing
Authentic Female Brasil Clothing
Zakiya Carr Johnson
Havaianas “Team Brasil” Flip Flops
Havaianas “Brasil Flag” Flip Flops
Dinner at Bella Vista Gourmet Pizza
Rita Davis, Kevin Glenn Taylor II, Shariar Sharifi, Melissa Robles and Luis Miramontes
Contemporary Arrangements from Downtown Flowers
Marie Garcia and Ana Siliva Perez
Sotheby’s The Martin Luther King Jr. Collection
Jessica Thorpe, Jeff Forman and Antonio Neves
Mercury Wine Bottle Set
Chantel Zapata and Lisa Ahlstedt
Dinner for Two at Plataforma Churrascaria Rodizio
The final quarter of sweepstakes has already begun and will end on April 30, 2013. Winners will be announced on May 15, 2013.
To enter and register to win, contestants must visit Afro-Brazilian.com’s Facebook page (http://www.facebook.com/AfroBrazilian) like the page, click the mobile sweepstakes app button, enter your information and click the “enter now” button to complete your registration.
Afro-Brazilian.com is the first website dedicated to educating African Americans on Afro-Brazilian culture. The site is a part of LAGRANT COMMUNICATIONS’ (http://www.lagrantcommunications.com) commitment to enriching the understanding of the diversity of the Latino and African American cultures. In addition, Afro-Brazilian.com is dedicated to raising awareness of the unique and rich Afro-Brazilian culture and the historical parallels it shares with the African American community. For more information, visit http://www.Afro-Brazilian.com.