Bondiband GIVEAWAY, take six!!! Get your creative hat/heaband on!!!!

You know the drill by now, given this is the sixth giveaway…  The fabulous people at Bondiband are going to sponsor our little fun, AGAIN!!!!

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Very unrelated example (and also, what you could win!), but these one is MINE

They make these amazing wicking hats (ponytail hole or not), headbands, and other cool running accessories; there’s stuff  for everybody! And if you are the lucky winner, you’ll get to pick your hat or headband, and they’ll send it to you! We did this a lot of times already, so I am sure you know how this works!

In case you don’t (where have you been?????), this is how it works:
Submit a phrase you’d put in a hat/headband, short like the one on my hat there in the comments below. If you’re the lucky winner, you get to pick your hat or headband, color, and stuff, and they’ll send it to you!
The theme: Inspirational. Can’t be a famous quote, something you made up. Keep in mind it can’t be too long or it won’t fit… Go gor it! Pictures would help a lot 😉
So, put your ideas, as many as you please, in the comments down here, in this post in, by Tuesday, April 25, 12 pm EST and they’ll pick the winner.
Let’s play!! Good luck! Happy Running Week!
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18 thoughts on “Bondiband GIVEAWAY, take six!!! Get your creative hat/heaband on!!!!

  1. “work like there is someone working 24 hours a day to take it all away from you”– reminds me not to take ANYTHING for granted. 🙂


  2. Running is a privilege. It is my mantra that has helped me reach where I am today in terms of my running/training 🙂


  3. Gingerbread man doesn’t stand a chance.

    Run B*** Run!
    (Haha in explanation of this- my friends don’t run, and I run a lot which they are equally confused and bemused by- though they think I’m a bit crazy they’re pretty supportive. Anyway, when you first read the quote you think of a 5 letter word; my name is Beth hence only the three instead of four asterisks…my friends think this is quite funny- they use both as a term of endearment/encouragement/motivation re my running!)


  4. Mine is simple. “For Boston” this is a tribute to all the strong people in Boston and a reminder of how bad I want to get back there to run the marathon again.


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