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Offline manleywoman

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win a free pair of SP-Teri Boots
« on: October 22, 2010, 03:05:35 PM »
The latest Manleywoman SkateCast is up. Episode #42 talks with George Spiteri, President of SP-Teri boots, about the history of skates, how SP-Teris are different, who has the stinkiest feet, and the worst pair of boots he's ever seen.

And SP-Teri is generously donating a free pair of their Zero Gravity stock boot to a lucky SkateCast listener! Details on how to enter are on the www.manleywoman.com website. Please pass it around, since I'm sure there are a lot of skaters out there who could use new boots!

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Win a free pair of SPTeri Boots!
« Reply #1 on: November 18, 2010, 12:03:25 PM »
Hi all. There are only a few days left to enter to win a free pair of SP-Teri's Zero Gravity Stock boots over at the Manleywoman SkateCast. They are a $505 value. I'm sure someone needs a new pair of skates for the holidays!

http://www.manleywoman.com/contests/

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Re: Win a free pair of SPTeri Boots!
« Reply #2 on: November 18, 2010, 01:59:42 PM »
Wow - that's some bright blue lining on those Zero-Gravity skates.  No complaints from me, since I'm a Mets fan!

http://www.spteri.com/prod_zerogravity.htm
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