I’m (@daddyforever) co-hosting a Twitter Party on Thursday (July 7th) from 4pm to 5pm EST (1pm on the west coast). Dads and moms can win one of six $50 gift codes by attending the Gillette OdorShield Twitter Party (hashtag: #OdorShield). The winners will also receive a Gillette Odor Shield prize pack. I’m not sure what’s exactly in the pack, but it probably includes Gillette Odor Shield Anti-Perspirant & Deodorant. It might also include their body wash. You can also win one of four $50 Amazon gift codes and Gillette prize packs by pre-tweeting the message below (from now until the start of the Twitter party):
Twitter Party! Join @MomCentral from 4-5pm EST on 7/7 to talk about @Gillette #OdorShield. Chances to win! Info: http://bit.ly/nJOkgv
Summer has finally arrived in the Pacific Northwest (this week we had our first back-to-back 80° days of the year). I love summer and warm weather, but I don’t like sweating. This is when a product like Gillette Odor Shield Anti-Perspirant & Deodorant comes in handy. Their odor shield technology targets and neutralizes odor at the source to help eliminate body odor instead of just covering it up. Their deodorant also features Scent Enhancing Technology (SET) for long-lasting, odor protection.
For even more protection, dads can also use Gillette Odor Shield Body Wash. The product targets and neutralizes body odor for up to 16 hours. Their body wash features active components that bind to the source of odor on skin and help eliminate it.
If you have the time, please attend the Gillette OdorShield Twitter Party at 4pm EST. To keep up with the Twitter conversation, you should follow the hashtag (#OdorShield) with a Twitter app like TweetChat or Twubs (feel free to suggest another app in the comments area). Note: I would suggest checking in early. Otherwise you might have trouble joining the party if there is a really big turnout.
[Disclosure: I will take part in the Twitter party as part of a campaign by Dad Central Consulting on behalf of Gillette, and will receive something to thank me for taking the time to participate.]