Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Merry Christmas Giveaway: Cantina Laredo

This giveaway features FOUR $10 Guest Cards good at any of the locations listed at the bottom of this post. If you've never been to Cantina Laredo, check out the amazing menu online. It's kinda fancy, so leave your sombrero at home.


Details: Limit one (1) bonus card redeemed for each $20 in food and drink per visit. No cash back, no cash value. For use toward purchase of food and beverage. Tax, alcohol and gratuity excluded. Not valid with other offers or discounts. (So this means, if you order 20$ worth of food, you get 10$ off your total. If you order 40$ worth of food, you get 20$ off your total, etc. I spoke with the kitchen manager named Nate at Cantina Laredo in Orlando, and he confirmed that you can use more than one card at a time, and they will let you use it before and after the expiration date.)

To enter the drawing for this giveaway, please be sure to read the fine print below, and then answer the following question in the comment section below:

Do you have a real tree, fake tree or no tree?
It's a real tree for this family! Oh, how I love a real Christmas Tree!
 

The Fine Print (in not very fine print)...

One entry per person, please. For an extra entry in the drawing, "Like" This Abundant Life on Facebook, and comment a SECOND time, inserting "I like TAL on FB" or "liking TAL on FB is the coolest thing to do" or something similar in the comment box (this includes those of you that have already "liked" in the past).

The drawing closes at midnight (ET) on the day of the drawing. Any comments left after that time, will sadly not be counted. Since I have not included a mandatory email address for leaving a comment, please make sure your name and comment are somewhat personalized or recognizable to you, and then watch to see if you are the lucky winner. I will announce the winner sometime during the next day by name and comment. Please contact me at Amerutis@gmail.com within one week to claim your prize. It will either be shipped to you, or personally delivered (if you're someone I see often).

Thanks for playing, and good luck!!


Restaurant Locations:
Cantina Laredo
http://www.cantinalaredo.com/
Locations in Orlando (Dr. Phillips), Sandestin, Las Vegas, Omaha, Lewisville, Houston, Fort Worth, Frisco, DFW Airport.
Cool River
http://www.coolrivercafe.com/
Locations in Denver Co., Austin and Dallas Tx.
El Chico Cafe
http://www.elchico.com/
Locations in
Florida: Melbourne
Alabama: Mobile
Arkansas: Fort Smith, Little Rock, Mountain Home, Texarkana
Kentucky: Lexington, Paducah
Louisiana: Shreveport, West Monroe
Oklahoma: Ardmore, Broken Arrow, Enid, Lawton, Muskogee, Norman, Oklahoma City, Tulsa
South Carolina: Columbia
Tennessee: Goodlettsville, Knoxville, Nashville
Texas: Abilene, Arlington, Dallas, Desoto, Flower Mound, Garland, Granbury, Huntsville, Irving, Killeen, Lake Jackson, Lubbock, Lufkin, Marshall, McKinney, Mesquite, Mount Pleasant, Pantego, Richland Hills, Rockwall, Sherman, Temple, Waco, Wichita Falls
Silver Fox
http://www.silverfoxcafe.com/index.php
Locations in Fort Worth, Frisco, Grapervine, Richardson.
Good Eats
http://www.goodeatsgrill.com/index.php
Locations in Dallas and Houson.
III Forks
http://www.3forks.com/
Locations in Austin, Dallas, Chicago, Hallandale, Houston, Jacksonville, Palm Beach Gardens.
Luckys Cafe
http://www.luckysdallas.com/
Location in Dallas.

10 comments:

  1. Yummy! I LOVE this restaurant! We've have the same plastic tree that we've had for years.

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  2. We look forward to picking out and bringing home our real tree. The smell the touch and the cleaning of fallen pine needles is something we look forward to year after year =)

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  3. Real tree all the way!! :-)

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  4. And anyone who is cool will follow your blog on Facebook. :)

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  5. Silver fibre-optic twig tree for me - sounds tacky, but looks lovely in the dark next to the candles.

    Will NEVER have a tree as beautiful as the one and only real one I was once given by a very dear friend who had painstakingly decorated it for me with her little girl. It was then (and still is) one of the most wonderful and meaningful gifts I'd EVER been given. I got so much pleasure out of it for a few years, although I love that when I had to leave, I gave it back to my friend and it became 'our' tree until it grew so big it had to be cut down. And that is the story of my most favourite Christmas Tree ever :-)

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  6. We always have a fresh tree. Love the scent!

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  7. I have a small 2 foot fake tree. Since my kids and I celebrate hanukkah mainly I like to decorate this small tree with colorful lights and blue and silver decorations that are just fun to look at and reminds me of my child hood. we have fun celebrating just being together for the holidays. I do however love the smell of real trees. That is why I like to buy Bath and body works Balsam scented candles. Happy Holidays everyone!!

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  8. We have a 9 foot fake tree! The kiddos like to remind me..."that tree is as tall as Goliath!"
    Mona H.

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