How to vote for itiba, LLC for WalMart’s Get On The Shelf competition has been emailed to me! This comes directly from WalMart. Remember, voting officially begins tomorrow, March 7th. The Voting Process The winners of the contest will be determined by public voting, which will begin tomorrow (March 7). Instructions on how to vote via SMS (text message) and through Facebook will be posted on your product page starting tomorrow. (Also see the Voting Terms and Conditions on the site.) The first voting round will finish April 3, and the top 10 entries will proceed to Round 2. So you will be able to vote via SMS (text message) or through FaceBook. There will also be a badge on the website for itiba, LLC site so you can vote there or direct your friends to the site to vote there as well. So don’t forget, tomorrow, March 7th, go to www.getontheshelf.com/product/2704/Caribbean-Skin-Care and VOTE! Spread the word and spread the news! Let’s make history with itiba, LLC, St. Croix and WalMart!
-Yoki Hanley, Owner -itiba, LLC.
About itiba, LLC.: The home of Caribbean inspired, uniquely Crucian skin care products for your skin. All products are handmade in small batches to ensure product quality and freshness. Only vegetable oils, essential oils and phthalate free fragrance oils are used in our products.
For more information about itiba, LLC please visit www.itibabeauty.com and also check out their Facebook page. You may also make contact via phone 1.888.551.5775, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or by mail at P.O. Box 2567, Kingshill, United States 00851.
Guess this track was so good it needed to be shared with the world PRONTO…[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VfH1yZvraVI]
I can be selfish
Yeah, so impatient.
Sometimes I feel like Marilyn Monroe.
I’m insecure, Yeah, I make mistakes
Sometimes I feel like I’m at the end of the road.
I can get low, I can get low
Don’t know which way is up
Yeah, I can get high, I can get high
Like I can never come down
Call it a curse or just call it blessed
If you can’t handle my worst,
you ain’t gettin my best
This is how Marilyn Monroe felt, felt, felt, felt.
Its like all the good things
They fall apart like… like Marilyn monroe
Truth is we mess up
Til we get it right
I dont want to end up losing my soul